This starter bundle for the Progressive Era has 11 resources introducing Theodore Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, The Jungle, muckrakers, Progressives, Taft, Wilson, New Nationalism, New Freedom, Clayton Anti-Trust Act, Dollar Diplomacy, Moral Diplomacy, the 16th Amendment, and more!
One Roosevelt review activity (and Taft) is a 3 part interview, the other has students create his campaign for the Election of 1904. A selection of topics and campaign items to create is provided to get the students on the right track. They must write a speech, a newspaper article, and complete 7 other creative tasks of their choosing, clearly explained in the instructions.
Students also match 20 images to a caption or dialogue exchange, play true/false/fix, and analyze and compare and contrast a speech by TR and a speech by Wilson. The Meatpacking Plant Speech and Image Analysis resource has 13 questions and an image analysis section and in the Roosevelt Corollary Analysis students answer 15 academic questions, complete 1 creative task, and analyze 6 images. For the Muckrakers activity students create a pamphlet highlighting 3 social ills and one muckraker from the Progressive Era (among other requirements, including multiple points of view).
Lastly, there is an assessment with 15 multiple choice, 6 matching, and 9 short answers. Answer keys/point distributions are included where appropriate.
***relevant information is in the presenter's notes in the slides, please make sure you review the notes***
To recap you get:
Muckrakers Pamphlet Activity
Image and Caption Matching Activity
Theodore Roosevelt Interview Activity
Progressive Era Power Point
True, False, Fix Review Game
Taft Interview Activity
Roosevelt Corollary Text and Image Analysis
Meatpacking Plant Speech and Image Analysis
Comparing the New Nationalism and New Freedom Speeches of Wilson and TR
Progressive Era Long Quiz or Short Test
Teddy Roosevelt Review Activity
This is included in my US History MEGA Bundle 2
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