US History Questions: Industrial Revolution

US History Questions: Industrial Revolution
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These critical thinking questions on the Industrial Revolution allow students to dig deeply into our nation’s history. Each question is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, beginning with words like summarize, identify, list, contrast, describe, and explain. The use of Bloom’s Taxonomy gives depth and clarity to each question and challenges students to think on all levels. In order to encourage strong writing habits, ample space is provided for students to write their answers in complete sentences. Some of the topics covered in these four sets of questions include:

• Electric Light Bulb
• Standard Oil
• Mechanization
• Labor Unions
• Immigration
• Reformers
• Businesses
• Growing Cities
• President Roosevelt
• Women’s Suffrage Movement
• NAACP
• Conservation

CLICK on the LINKS below to preview/buy the rest of the US History Critical Thinking Question sets:

BUNDLED American History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy)
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): Civil War & Reconstruction
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): Westward Expansion
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): Industrial Revolution
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): World War I
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): World War II
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): 1950s and 1960s
US History Critical Thinking Qs (Bloom's Taxonomy): Cold War
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8 pages
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