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Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Inventions of the Industrial Revolution - Students rank, analyze, & watch!

Inventions of Industrial Revolution: Spinning Jenny, Steam Engine, Telegraph

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Interactive Notebook for grade social studies.great ideas here! Could be modified for high school- MUST CHECK OUT in depth!

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Polka Dot Lesson Plans: Social Studies Menu - will need to adapt and clarify for students.but I really do like the idea of letting them choose how they want to present their project. Especially in social studies content.

Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Another use of describing pictures but in the students notebooks. Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources (VG)

This complete 1 day lesson plan features a visually striking powerpoint that covers the major effects of the Industrial Revolution. Rather than simply copying the notes, students must analyze whether each effect was positive or negative and list it in the correct category. While some such as "improved education" are simple, others like "population increase" lead to excellent class discussions as students weigh the pros and cons.

Effects of the Industrial Revolution & Communism Lesson Plan

This lesson covers the major effects of the Industrial Revolution. Rather than simply copying the notes, students must analyze whether each effect was positive or negative and list it in the correct category.

ohmohamed [licensed for non-commercial use only] / 5th Grade Interactive Notebook

Industrial Revolution was a big factor/catalyst in change in the U. both historically and physically. A lot of the environmental problems and ways people interacted with the land changed after this, making it a hinge of understanding for the Unit.

Was the Industrial Revolution good for American society? Utilizing several primary and secondary sources, students will investigate whether all of the gadgets and jobs were worth the backbreaking labor and the hazy, polluted air filling their neighborhoods. $

The American Industrial Revolution & Your Textbook: A Common Core History Lesson

Was the Industrial Revolution good for American society? Utilizing several primary and secondary sources, students will investigate whether all of the gadgets and jobs were worth the backbreaking labor and the hazy, polluted air filling their neighborhoods. $

Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Could use this chart in an Language Arts class to infer background information from a picture. Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources (VG)

The Industrial Revolution Explained (World History Review) - YouTube

What were the major causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution? HipHughes dances his way through the Industrial Revolution world history style, laying d.

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