These U.S. History digital interactive notebook graphic organizers will help students organize information about the industrial and agricultural changes, the characteristics of the North and South, and more about the Industrial Revolution on Google Drive!
Why should you use a Google Interactive Product?
*No cutting, gluing or paper needed!
*Students work directly with their own copy of the file and their work is saved automatically
*Engage students and make history come alive in new ways
Interactive notebooks are an effective tool in the classroom. Not only can they assist students in keeping their work organized, but they are also an easy-to-access resource for reference throughout the year.
The Industrial Revolution Interactive Notebook is intended as a resource for late-elementary into middle school ages.
It includes 11 different digital interactive graphic organizers and an answer key
to help students organize the information you teach! There are no types of informational text for students to read.
1. Cover Page
2. A Vocabulary Activity
(plus a blank copy as well to personalize for your own classroom)
3. Geography and Economy of the North
(tabs to record information about the physical geography, agriculture and industry of the North)
4. Geography and Economy of the South
(tabs to take notes on the physical geography, agriculture and industry of the South)
5. Agricultural Advancements
(tabs for the cotton gin, McCormick Reaper, steel-tipped plow and the thresher)
6. Industrial Advancements
(space to record information about the power loom, sewing machine, spinning jenny and the steam engine)
7. The Factory System
(space for notes on the types of factories, conditions in factories and trade unions)
8. Changes in Communication
(tabs to record information about the telegraph, camera and telephone)
(record notes about roads, canals, ships and railroads)
10. People of the North
(an activity with note tabs for factory workers, African Americans and women)
11. People of the South
(tabs for taking notes on plantation owners, yeomen, tenant farmers and slaves)
12. Immigrants during the Industrial Revolution
(an activity that asks students to answer four questions: Who were the immigrants? Why did they immigrate? How did U.S. citizens react? and What was their impact?)
Please take a look at the preview to see what is included!
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