Industrial Revolution Lesson Plan w Outline - American Industrialization Objectives Learning Targets Students will be able to understand why the Civil

Industrial Revolution Lesson Plan w Outline - American...

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American Industrialization Objectives/ Learning Targets Students will be able to understand why the Civil War played such a pivotal role in the growth of the American Industrial Revolution. Students will also be able to relate the growth of the population rise of the labor movement and developing the economy from an agrarian/rural society to an industrial/urban society. Standards and/or Competencies List all standards and/or competencies used for this lesson here. Industrialization in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was characterized by the rise of corporations and heavy industry, which transformed the American economy. It marked a shift from a predominance of agricultural workers to a predominance of factory workers. It marked a shift from rural living to urban living, with more people living in crowded and unsanitary conditions. Mechanized farming also transformed the American economy. Production was made more efficient as machines replaced human labor. Academic Language & Vocabulary Industry Slum Tenement Collective Bargaining Bessemer Process American Federation of Labor Immigrant Sherman Antitrust Act Tariff Progress Capital Urbanization Transcontinental Railroad Textiles Monopoly Laissez-Faire Standard of living Mass Production Entrepreneur Social Darwinism Grange Strike Labor Union Government Interest Interstate Commerce Act George Pullma Thomas Edison John Rockefeller Alexander Graham Bell Andrew Carnegie Materials Needed Pre Test Writing Utensil Fill in the Blank – Video Answer Sheet Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23 ()
Procedure Outline your lesson here. Introduction, Middle and Conclusion Include times. You and Mentor do: 9:55 Students enter and sit down 9:58 Pass Out Pre-Test to students 10:00 Students Begin taking Pre-Test 10:20 Collect Students Pre-Test Go over answers with students Pass out answer sheet 10:25 Put on YouTube Video Pause and check students involvement with video Make sure students are getting the correct information in their answer sheets. 10:40 Collect answer sheets 10:42 End of Period Students: Students will immediately begin their pre-assessment test. How much do they know at this point in their education? After collecting the pre-test, students will answer the questions out-loud, whether right or wrong. They will be told the correct answer after a few students relay their response. Students will watch the Crash Course video and respond to the answers as the come up in the video. The video will be stopped when answers come up or students have questions so they can receive the correct answers and understand the material better. Differentiation Strategies Address needs of groups and individuals as needed Pre-Test will allow me to get an understanding on what students already know or are not yet aware of.

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