Help your students build and retain key vocabulary terms with a visually appealing word wall. This resource includes 32 word wall terms related to the Progressive Era, vocabulary review strategies, and a review puzzle to support your students’ learning. You can view more in the downloadable preview here.
The following terms are included – 16th amendment, 17th amendment, 18th amendment, 19th amendment, 21st amendment, Booker T. Washington, Conservation, Eugene Debs, Enfranchisement, Florence Kelly, Ida B. Wells, Ida Tarbell, Jacob Riis, Jane Addams, John Muir, Keatings-OWens Act, Marcus Garvey, the Meat Inspection Act, Muckrakers, Muller v. Oregon, Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906, Settlement House, Sherman Antitrust Act, the Square Deal, the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, Theodore Roosevelt, Trust Buster, Volstead Act, W.E.B. DuBois, William Howard Taft, William McKinley, Upton Sinclair
Included in this resource:
- 32 word wall terms that are specifically correlated with my Reform unit bundle. The definitions are written to access students at the middle school level. (PDF – not editable) NOTE: I used to include an editable PowerPoint file. I’m not going to anymore because they made the files too big, and were frustrating to buyers. If you purchase this product and you would like the PowerPoint version, please feel free to email me.)
- A vocabulary Tarsia review puzzle for students to complete cooperatively or as a full class (PowerPoint, PDF and a Google Slides link)
- Strategies for implementation
- The list of vocabulary terms utilized in both resources (PowerPoint, PDF and a Google Slides link)
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