Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

$9.99

This comprehensive Industrial Revolution unit includes all the informational text needed to teach the industrial era in your classroom. No textbook is needed! It includes well-crafted informational text in chronological order along with comprehension questions, a study guide, and test. This is my newest unit. Several of my social studies units have been best sellers for years! Check out the preview!

It is now available in PDF, POWERPOINT, AND GOOGLE.

DISTANCE LEARNING:

  • INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TEACHER PDF: Plans, study guides, printables, answer keys and links for GOOGLE.
  • INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TEXT AND ACTIVITIES: Google Slides AND Powerpoint with everything from the printable PDF except the lesson plans and answer keys.
  • INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION SELF-CHECK REVIEW: There is Google Slides AND Powerpoint Self-check review.
  • QUIZ: There is a quiz- at the end of the unit OR there is a link to GOOGLE FORMS for automatic grading.

What information is included in the unit?

★ Thomas Newcomen’s first steam engine

★ James Hargreave’s Spinning Jenny

★ James Watt’s new design for a steam engine

★ James Fitch’s steam engine design

★ Samuel Slater’s first cotton mill

★ Eli Whitney’s cotton gin

★ Richard Trevithick’s steam-powered locomotive

★ Robert Fulton’s steamboat and commercial steamboat company

★ Government roads

★ George Stephenson’s steam locomotive

★ The Erie Canal

★ First public railway

★ Peter Cooper’s Tom Thumb steam engine

★ First commercial steam engine

★ Cyrus McCormick’s mechanical reaper

★ John Deere’ steel plow

★ Joseph Dart and Robert Dunbar’s grain elevator

★ Charles Goodyears’ rubber

★ Samuel Morse’s telegraph

★ Elisha Howe’s sewing machine

★ Elisha Otis’s safety brake for elevators

★ Henry Bessemer’s steel production

★ Transcontinental Railroad

★ The National Labor Union

★ The Knights of Labor

★ George Brayton’s first combustion engine

★ Joseph Glidden’s barbed wire

★ Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone

★ Thomas Edison’s incandescent lightbulb

★ George Eastmans’ camera

★ Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz’s modern-style cars

★ The American Federation of Labor

★ Guglielmo Marconi’s machine to transmit radio waves

★ Wilbur and Orville Wright’s airplane

★ The National Child Labor Committee

★ Reginald Fessenden’s broadcast music and entertainment over the radio

★ Benjamin Holt’s gasoline-powered tractor

★ Henry Ford’s Model T on the assembly line

★ The end of the Industrial Revolution

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What is included?

✓ Daily/Weekly Plan (Total 3 weeks)

✓ Cover Page

✓ Timeline

✓ Informational text (14 articles) with comprehension questions

✓ End of Unit Project

✓ Study guide

 Test

✓ Student Version (These are great for DISTANCE LEARNING and AT HOME LEARNING!)

✓ 1/2 Page Informational Text Booklet

✓ Answer Keys

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What skills are covered?

✓ Cause and Effect

✓ 5 W’s

✓ Text Evidence

✓ Text Dependent Analysis

✓ Inference

✓ Connection

✓ Prediction

✓ Opinion

✓ Point of View

✓ Chronological Order

✓ Compare and Contrast

✓ Writing

✓ Map Reading

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