Call it a bell-ringer or warm-up, the question of the day is a personal favorite to help students focus. The question takes all of 5-10 minutes and orients students into the topic of the day or reviews a previously discussed topic or reading.
In this packet, find 5 questions of the day related to the Progressive Era
. Use them daily or as the questions fit your unit of study.
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
- rogressive Era and Gilded Age: Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers
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