American Industrial Revolution Web Quest
Task: Throughout this Web Quest, you will be visiting several websites focusing on
specific inventions/innovations. Each website will have a task for you to complete. Write
your responses on your foldable in comple
Due day of test
Life at the turn of the 20th Century Review Sheet
1.) Why was the skyscraper necessary?
2.) Who designed the Flatiron building in NYC?
3.) Who designed the Wainwright Building in St. Louis?
4.) What was the purpose of electric transit?
The Cerebo Corts
The brain the brain is an interesting large thing, the brain the brain holds many
different things one of the things is called the frontal lobe its large and orange and is
responsible for your rational thoughts another important thing is
in the air
body position in
Andrew Carnegie - The Civil War fueled the iron industry, and by the time the war
was over, Carnegie saw the potential in the field and resigned from Pennsylvania
Railroad. It was one of many bold moves that would typify Carnegie's life in in
1) Crystalized intelligence- Accumulated knowledge such as vocabulary that
increases up to old age.
Examples: Knowledge and experience
2) Fluid intelligence- the ability to reason abstractly and quickly such as solving
problems decreases slo
Changes on the Western Frontier Review Sheet
1.) What are the Great Plains? Why are they relevant to what we have discussed
in class? The Great Plains is region includes all or parts of Texas, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, Sou
Compare and contrast
Andrew Carnegie- Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, the medieval capital of
Scotland, in 1835. William Carnegie secured work in a cotton factory and his son
Andrew took work in the same building as a bobbin boy for $1.
Spains Empire in the Americas
- Conquistadors- men eager for personal glory and
- Searched central and south America for silver and
- Spread the word of God
- A Spanish expedition consisting of 11 ships set sail
westward in hopes of ex