This bundle comes with a student-friendly workbookwith all the lessons and activities in it! It is 100% editable and will help you and your students stay organized throughout this awesome unit. 👀 Check out the previews to see how the workbooks and lessons are organized.
All episodes and lessons teach through the power of story to make history relevant and engaging for students. In the first lesson they learn how the problems from the Gilded Age led to the Progressive Era and the need to make reforms and change the role of government focusing on the story of the Triangle Factory Fire. In the second lesson they learn all about President Roosevelt, his life, and how his progressive reforms and conservation impacted the country through the story of his amazing camping trip with John Muir at Yosemite. Lastly, students learn about how the long fight for women's suffrage culminated in the "night of terror" with Alice Paul and National Women's Party protests finally achieved the 19 Amendment.
***The lessons cover state-standards while making sure the content is still rich and interesting. 💪
ACTIVITIES IN THIS BUNDLE
1. History Detective Work: investigate evidence from the Triangle Factory Fire, determine who is to blame, and suggest progressive reforms to fix the issue.
2. Design For the Parks! Read a Roosevelt's "Conservation" speech and then re-design a new logo for the National Park Service.
3. Analyze political cartoons, answer questions, and then send out fictional tweets on women’s suffrage.
This bundle requires no-prep and includes all resources needed, supports for diverse learners, and are ready to engage and excite your students! And there are answer keys for everything! ✅
To learn more, you can check out the individual lessons for this unit here and check out the preview images.