WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE

WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
WORLD WAR I WOMEN IN INDUSTRY WWI PRIMARY SOURCE
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Allow your students to discover more about the WORLD WAR I using this Primary Source activity.

Examining primary sources gives students a powerful sense of history and the complexity of the past. Helping students analyze primary sources can also guide them toward higher-order thinking and better critical thinking and analysis skills.

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The challenge of global war required the cooperation of organized labor, industry, and a broader public on an unprecedented level. Hoping to avoid accusations of government coercion,the Wilson administration encouraged voluntary collaboration between government and business. The coordinating agency Congress established, the War Industries Board, could only keep business aligned with national interests through cajolery, growing profit margins, and the threat of negative publicity that would label uncooperative businesses as unpatriotic. Large unions including the American Federation of Labor saw the war as an opportunity to secure better wages and working conditions. Labor conflicts still arose. In 1917, more than 4,000 strikes caused work stoppages, many of which occurred in the mines, shipyards, and forests of the western United States where smaller but more militant unions exerted greater influence. More than one million women found skilled temporary employment in factories and offices as they left domestic service and non-factory textile labor.

This cross curricular, differentiated activity is designed to reach the varying learning levels of all students by allowing them to respond to the primary source and choose the questions they would like to answer.

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