Progressive Unit Bundle

Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
Progressive Unit Bundle
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This interactive, project-based unit will provide students with a critical overview of the Progressive era in a fun and engaging way! A more meaningful analysis is fostered as the PowerPoint interweaves informative video clips, political cartoons, higher-level discussion questions, and a variety of primary based sources.

Topics include:
• Industrial working conditions
• Upton Sinclair
• Triangle Shirtwaist Fire
• Muckraking journalism
• Prohibition
• Temperance Movement
• Women Suffrage
• Child Labor
• Americanization of Immigrants
• Government reform and trust busting
• Political reform
• Trust-busting
• Environment & conservation
• Ranking of the 3 Progressive Presidents: Roosevelt, Taft, & Wilson

This unit is designed to give the teacher flexibility in choosing from two extension activities that will have students delve deeper into this era of time through simulation and debate:

1st Extension Activity: Become a current day muckraker! Working on a newspaper in groups of four, students will each create an editorial that focuses on a contemporary issue that expose real or alleged corruption, scandal, or the like, in the world today.

2nd Extension Debate Activity: Students will be invited to explore the conception of standardized testing in the United States, and its connection to the Progressive initiative of ‘Americanizing’ immigrants in public education.

This lesson includes:
• Detailed Lesson Plan
• 70 slide PowerPoint
• HANDOUT #1: PowerPoint Guided Notes
• HANDOUT #2: Muckraker Writing Assignment
• Debate materials

Child Labor:

This lesson involves having students examine the impacts of the Industrial Revolution in the United States with a specific focus on child labor. This lesson will prompt students to analyze social activist Lewis Hines' photographs that depict the various jobs and working conditions of which children were forced to work in. The provided 60 slide power-point and the student handout that accompanies the presentation is interactive, visual, problem posing, and vicariously draws the students into the lives of the children of the Industrial era. This lesson will have students delve deeper into critical thought, and encourage a social justice perspective by having students compare and contrast the child labor of the Industrial era with the child labor that exists today. A 22 minute documentary film titled "Zoned for Slavery: The Child Behind the Label' supplements this lesson.

This lesson includes:
• Detailed Lesson Plan
• 60 slide PowerPoint
• Guided PowerPoint handout
• Student Venn diagram handout

Women Suffrage:

This lesson plan will have students analyze and explore secondary and primary sources of information that pertain to the women suffrage movement in the United States. The PowerPoint presentation is full of interactive visuals, discussion topics, and will encourage students to delve deeper into this historical period.

This lesson includes:
• Detailed Lesson Plan
• One 44 Slide Power-Point
• One PowerPoint Handout, and answer sheet
• 'Iron Jawed Angels' film handout
• Venn diagram handout

Time Frame: 4-5 weeks—contingent upon the degree of classroom discussion, and teacher’s choice of extension activities.
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180 pages
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