One page form on which students can write a report on the U.S. Constitution as well as list sources used.
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This resource, Child Labor – Industrial Revolution Informational Text, will introduce your students to how the Industrial Revolution led to children working in factories and the conditions they endured.
After students read the information, their comprehension and understanding will be assessed through 8 multiple choice questions and 2 short essay questions. One essay question will ask students to compare and contrast a factory child’s life (of the 1800s) to a life of a child today. The other is an opinion piece on what they believe is appropriate (and not appropriate) work for children. They will also be asked to make a chart of this information.
This resource is a complete transcript of the United States Constitution including amendments 1 – 27. It is b/w (print and go) and in 23 pages in length.
This resource is a project-based activity designed to be used during any election (local, state or national). It can be completed individually or in cooperative groups. Perfect for any Civics, Social Studies, or Government classroom 6th-12th grades.
The assignment consists of comparing / contrasting two candidates and requires students to research, report, plus give their own opinions on several aspects surrounding the various activities listed below. You can also require students to create a presentation if you’d like of all their findings!
Why did the Pilgrims leave England? Where did they move before crossing the Atlantic? What did they bring with them when coming to the New World? What is the name of the ship (not the Mayflower) that also brought pilgrims to Virginia? Why did the Wampanoag attach the colonists?
Find answers to these questions and many more with the Pilgrim Fact Cards. Also included: A fun crossword puzzle!