Progressive Era Activity Gallery walk of figures from the progressive era

Grade Levels
5th - 12th, Homeschool
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Progressive Era and Gilded Age Figures of the Era Gallery Walk is a mini-project focused on eight figures of the Progressive Era. Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for one of 8 figures of from the Progressive Era. Students then go on a gallery walk of each other’s work and reflect on the Progressive Era. This activity is a great addition to your U.S. History study.

Included in this ready to use guide

- Teacher's guide for how to use

- Brief Background information on 8 figures

- Activity directions creating gallery exhibit

- Graphic organizers for gallery walk

- Sample of student work

Figures included:

  • Jane Addams
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Lincoln Steffens
  • John Dewey
  • Florence Kelley
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • Thomas Nast
  • Andrew Carnegie

Gilded Age and Progressive Era Resources Include

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Quick and Easy Newspaper

- Progressive Era & Gilded Age: Research Project and Role Play

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Muckraker Station Activities

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Figures of the Era Gallery Walk

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: What's the Question? Bell-Ringers

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Examining Tammany Hall

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Student-Centered Unit Project

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: The Captains of Industry

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age: Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers

- US History Gilded Age through the Cold War Teacher Resource Bundle

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90 minutes
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