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The Progressive Era – Full Unit Bundle

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Grade Levels
6th – 9th
Subjects
Social Studies – History, U.S. History
Resource Type
Activities, Assessment, Cooperative Learning
Formats Included
Zip, Google Apps
Pages
100 + with handouts and slides
Introduction to Progressivism

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This lesson is meant to serve as an INTRODUCTION (not an overview) to the Progressive Era. Students will learn about how the issues of the Industrial Era led to the Progressive era by re-examining the issues of Industrialization. They will examine the longevity of those issues and then learn about the types of people who joined the Progressive movement and the Progressive presidents. There’s also a fun quiz about Teddy Roosevelt!

The Progressive Era Stations Activity

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Students will complete stations that discuss the issues the Progressives were attempting to address and the possible solutions, laws, and amendments that came out of this time. (There are two separate station activities). As an assessment, students will complete a Progressive Era report card that determines the relative success relating to three of the major topics.

Black Progressive Leaders of the Progressive Era

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With this activity, students will watch two videos that discuss three major Black thinkers of the Progressive Era - W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells, and Booker T. Washington. Then, they will examine some quotes from those thinkers and determine which individual said which quote.

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Cover

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This lesson provides an overview of the events that occurred in the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. Students will watch a documentary about the Triangle Fire from American Experience.

The Progressive Era Word Wall

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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.

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Introduction to Progressivism

Introduction to Progressivism - Digital / Print - Google / Pear Deck CompatiblejQuery('span.bundled_product_title_inner').attr('style', 'display: none !important');

This lesson is meant to serve as an INTRODUCTION (not an overview) to the Progressive Era. Students will learn about how the issues of the Industrial Era led to the Progressive era by re-examining the issues of Industrialization. They will examine the longevity of those issues and then learn about the types of people who joined the Progressive movement and the Progressive presidents. There’s also a fun quiz about Teddy Roosevelt!

The Progressive Era Stations Activity

The Progressive Era Stations Issues and "Solutions" Print / Digital / AssessmentjQuery('span.bundled_product_title_inner').attr('style', 'display: none !important');

Students will complete stations that discuss the issues the Progressives were attempting to address and the possible solutions, laws, and amendments that came out of this time. (There are two separate station activities). As an assessment, students will complete a Progressive Era report card that determines the relative success relating to three of the major topics.

Black Progressive Leaders of the Progressive Era

Black Leaders of the Progressive Era - Wells Du Bois WashingtonjQuery('span.bundled_product_title_inner').attr('style', 'display: none !important');

With this activity, students will watch two videos that discuss three major Black thinkers of the Progressive Era - W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells, and Booker T. Washington. Then, they will examine some quotes from those thinkers and determine which individual said which quote.

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Cover

Triangle Fire Video Guide American Experience PBS Progressive ErajQuery('span.bundled_product_title_inner').attr('style', 'display: none !important');

This lesson provides an overview of the events that occurred in the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. Students will watch a documentary about the Triangle Fire from American Experience.

The Progressive Era Word Wall

Progressivism Word Wall Vocabulary PuzzlejQuery('span.bundled_product_title_inner').attr('style', 'display: none !important');

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.

Description

This unit plan contains standards-aligned and engaging student-centered lessons relating to the Progressive Era. With this unit, students will examine the major movements of the Progressive Era. They will investigate 8 topics that the Progressives addressed (Food Safety, City Life, Working Conditions, the Environment, Racial Equity, Corruption, Temperance, and Women’s Rights). They will document the issues that concerned the Progressives, and the ways in which the Federal and State governments attempted to offer solutions. As an assessment, students will create a “Progressive Era” Report Card,” where they will rate the overall success of the movement in three specific areas.

There are also options lessons discussing Black Progressives more specifically and a lesson devoted to the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire.

You can view a preview of the full unit here. The Progressive Era – Full Unit Bundle Preview

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