This lesson is designed to last for an hour of class time or longer. Students will be provided with background information about transportation during the Industrial Revolution. They will show what they know by completing engaging classroom activities and answering various depths of knowledge of questions related to the lesson.
1.) Students will follow directions and complete a variety of tasks individually and in
groups to recall, identify, and apply specific vocabulary words.
2.) Students will listen critically to interpret and make inferences during specific tasks.
3.) Students will begin to build their background knowledge about transportation
innovations and how they spread during the Industrial Revolution through the
completion of several tasks.
4.) Students will demonstrate their ability to create a printed advertisement as a
means of persuasion.
5.) Students will be challenged to use their high order thinking skills and creativity to
complete various tasks.
Key questions include:
Who was Metacom?
What were the causes and effects for King Philip’s War?
Compare and contrast the colonists and Native American’s views on land ownership.
Explain the impact of the arrival of the English on the Native Americans.
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