This History for Human's bundle on the Progressive Era takes learners through the story of how industrialization and urbanization led to the Progressive Movement and the major transformations that took place at the time. Cut the lecture, save time, save energy, and enjoy teaching the progressive era with this awesome bundle with everything you need to engage your students with powerful learning experiences! See the videos below that guide each lesson.
There are 3 video story-lectures in this bundle that focus on the Triangle Factory Fire and the causes and early successes of the Progressive Era, Roosevelt's presidency- progressive reforms, and how his camping trip led to the conservation of America's national treasures and parks, and lastly on the "Night of Terror" and the long fight for women's suffrage and the ultimate success of the 19th amendment. Each video has interactive notesheets, quick google form or PDF quizzes, and an extension lesson that dive deeper into the story and history.
The first lesson gets students to act as 'history detectives' and gather evidence to determine who is most responsible for the factory fire and then come up with reforms to prevent future tragedies. The second lesson has students read a primary source- Roosevelt's "Conservation as a National Duty" speech, answer a few questions, and then redesign a logo for the National Park Service. The last activity gets students analyzing visual primary sources and cartoons to determine point-of-view, evidence, and message of visual media and create fictional tweets. These will engage, excite, and connect them to the relevance of history while building historical thinking skills. And there are answer keys for everything.
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