This lesson is designed to last for an hour of class time or longer. Students will be provided with background information about the Industrial Revolution in Britain. They will show what they know by completing engaging classroom activities and answering various depths of knowledge of questions related to the lesson.
Key questions that will be addressed include
-What caused or led to Britain's Industrial Revolution?
-In what ways are our lives today similar to/different from the lives of British citizens during that era?
=What were some of the challenges faced by families living in industrialized Britain?
Teachers will be provided with a warm-up, guided practice, and independent practice activity. This will require students to participate in discussions and group activities. One tasks students will complete includes watching a video and complete a pro/con activity. This lesson also provides teachers with an extension,closing, and project activity that they can use to lengthen the lesson.
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