This Week in U.S. History
We spent last week digging into the Age of Industry and the lives of the wealthy during the Gilded Age, so this week we are going to switch gears and start our exploration of "How the Other Half Live[d]" with a look at the Labor Movement. When I started looking through my materials from last year for this section, I realized that I spent a lot of time talking at students. A lot of time. So I decided to switch it up this year and integrate more Eduprotocols into our lessons. Basically I took last year's Labor Movement Pear Deck, broke it down into days, decided what key understandings I wanted students to walk away with, and redesigned my instruction to match. Hopefully it goes as well as I envision.
Monday: LABOR DAY - NO SCHOOL
NOTE: I will use the space above to reflect on what we did each day in class. Check back for more details.
9/10/2022 12:50:26 pm
I love this week's set up! Will you link the hexagonal thinking template?
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