This lesson is designed to last for an hour of class time or longer. Students will be provided with background information about how the United States withdrew from Vietnam. They will show what they know by completing engaging classroom activities and answering various depths of knowledge of questions related to the lesson.
At the end of this lesson, students are expected to answer the following questions:
1. Who in your opinion was the most important entrepreneur during the Industrial Revolution?
2. How are entrepreneurs then and now alike? Different?
3. What facts would you select to support the reason why the person you chose for question 1 is the most important entrepreneur?
4. The Science Revolution, the Enlightenment, and the Industrial Revolution made changes to everyday life around the world. Describe what you believe will be the next big revolution.
This lesson will provide students with a classroom activity, lesson extension, and project ideas. The main lesson will require students to break up into learning groups and answer various open-ended questions. Once they have completed these questions they will engage in a group discussion.
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