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module review. 2.Arrange to complete the Discussion-based Assessment with your instructor. 3.View the rubric. Then submit the date you spoke with your instructorFor this assignment, you will need to schedule a phone call with your instructor to review your work in the completed module. You should be prepared to discuss the content you've learned andthe assignments you've completed. This is also a good time for you to ask your instructor any questions you might have about the course.Possible topics for discussion could include: the social, political, and economic causes and consequences of the Second Industrial Revolutionsimilarities and differences between the First and Second Industrial Revolutionseconomic challenges to farmers and farmers responses to those challenges in the midto late 1800s changes that occurred as the United States shifted from an agrarian to an industrial society the causes, course, and consequences of the labor movement in the late 1800s and early 1900s the impact of political machines in the United Statessignificant inventors and inventions of the Industrial Revolution
the immigrant experience in the United States the importance of social change and reform in the late 1800s and early 1900s You will receive a grade based on the following: 1.How well you know the information that was presented in the module 2.How well you communicate your thoughts and ideasPlease arrange a time for the call that will allow you to discuss the topics presented by the instructor without interruptions. 03.09 Review: AssignmentFor this assignment, you will need to schedule a phone call with your instructor to review your work in the completed module. You should be prepared to discuss the content you've learned andthe assignments you've completed. This is also a good time for you to ask your instructor any questions you might have about the course.Possible topics for discussion could include: how industrialization led to imperialismthe causes and the effects of the Spanish-American War the economic, military, and security motivations of the United States to complete the Panama Canal as well as major obstacles involved in its constructionthe causes of World War I and the war's effects on social, economic, and foreign policy in the United States how the United States mobilized for war both at home and abroad
how government policies during World War I affected the lives of citizensthe impact of the new technological developments of weaponry during World War Ihow World War I impacted minority groupsWilson's Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versaillesthe purpose, benefits, and risks of the League of Nations

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