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11.5 Unit Plan

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11.5 Unit Plan

A guiding and planning document for Unit 5

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

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Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

Students will analyze a secondary source (poem) and three primary sources (Souls of Black Folks, Talented Tenth, and the Atlanta Compromise).  This will help them understand the responses of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois to the Jim Crow era and Gilded Age.  

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Gilded Age Graphs

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Gilded Age Graphs

Students will examine graphs detailing various aspects of the Gilded Age to make claims about changes in American population and economy.  

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Living Wage

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Living Wage

What is a living wage? Why was it a suggested reform during the Gilded Age? Students will analyze a primary source document related to this topic and compare it to modern day living wage debates. 

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Media Bias and Labor Unions in the Gilded Age - Differentiated Example

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Media Bias and Labor Unions in the Gilded Age - Differentiated Example

Students will compare and contrast newspaper accounts of the Haymarket Riot and the Pullman Strike. 

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Political Cartoons of the Gilded Age

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Political Cartoons of the Gilded Age

Students will analyze various political cartoons from the gilded age, learning to use a cartoon analysis protocol that can be applied to any political cartoon or image.  

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Populist Party Platform

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Populist Party Platform

How did industrialization impact farmers? What reforms did the Populist Party propose?  

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Primary sources for unit 5 (with Lexile Levels)
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Primary sources for unit 5 (with Lexile Levels)

A list of primary sources with lexile levels.  

Progressive Era Reforms

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Progressive Era Reforms

Students will analyze social and federal reforms of the Progressive Era, focusing on cause and effect.  Students will complete a graphic organizer, answer reflection questions, and respond to a written task. 

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Samples of List, Group, Label
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Samples of List, Group, Label

Images of completed list, group, label activity 

Teacher Guide for Graphic Organizers: Reform movements of the progressive era
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Teacher Guide for Graphic Organizers: Reform movements of the progressive era

 

Teacher Guide for Unit 5 Synthesis Activity
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Teacher Guide for Unit 5 Synthesis Activity

Students will use the graphic organizer to synthesize information and then respond to the prompt.