Teaching Critical Thinking Creatively
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With this activity, students will learn about the major vocabulary surrounding the rise of industry. I find that understanding of that vocabulary is often assumed and is not explained well. Therefore, I created a scenario with an interactive slideshow to explain each of the terms before diving into the history. Students will then assess several cartoons discussing the industrialists (Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller) to determine if they could be best described as robber barons or captains of industry.
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