Progressive Era Gilded Age Unit Activity Bundle | 11 Progressive Era Resources

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In this Progressive Era and Gilded Age activities unit bundle, you receive 11 engaging, fun, and 100% Google-compatible. Enjoy this bundle to supplement Women's Suffrage (Susan B Anthony, Alice Paul), John D Rockefeller, Emma Lazarus, Theodore Roosevelt, Tammany Hall, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and much more! You also save considerably by purchasing this unit instead of buying each resource separately -- buy the bundle and save a bundle!

In the 11-lesson Progressive Era and Gilded Age Bundle, you receive:

1.) Women's Suffrage: The Struggle for Suffrage from Seneca Falls to 19th Amendment!

2.) Civil Rights & Emma Lazarus in Progressive Era! Dawes Act & Chinese Exclusion!

3.) Progressive Era Problems: Why Did Mark Twain Name It The Gilded Age? Engaging!

4.) John D Rockefeller: Hero or Villain? Where does Rockefeller fit in Gilded Age?

5.) Muckraker Magazine Project! Students investigate the work of Gilded Age Reformers!

6.) Tammany Hall Investigation: What Was It? How Did Tammany Work? Was it Wrong?

7.) Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!

8.) Robber Barons and Monopolies: A Web Quest & Video on 19th Century Robber Barons!

9.) The Differing Views of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois: The Atlanta Compromise and the Niagara Movement!

10.) Progressive Era and Gilded Age "I Can" Statement and Learning Goal Log!

11.) Progressive Era and Gilded Age Assessment: 2-Part Assessment for Progressive Era!


The Progressive Era and Gilded Age Bundle is included in the much larger American History Super Unit, Version 4/6, located here:

Looking for supplements to go with the Progressive Era Unit? Check out...

- Progressive Era and Gilded Age Primary Source Warmups

- The Progressive Era and Gilded Age Trivia Challenge Review Game!

- Progressive Era, Gilded Age, & Rise of American Industry Guided Notes & PPT!


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