Reform Game #1Growth of Industry Followed by the Reform (Progressive) Movement

Use these links to study the SOL content of this topic.
U.S. II3dU.S. II 3-c
U.S. II 3e-1 3e-2 3c

Can you solve Puzzle #1?

Industry Puzzle #1

Now try to solve Puzzle #2

!US II 3e Puzzle

Here's Puzzle #3 for Industry and Reform

. Reforms Puzzle

Reform review games:

1. Reform Game #1

2. Reform Game #2

3. Industry and Reform

4. Reform and Immigration

5. Jim Crow Laws

6. More Jim Crow

Vocabulary List for Industry

•Captains of Industry click here
•Andrew Carnegie Read paragraph #5.
•John D. Rockefeller click here
•Henry Ford click here
•Cornelius Vanderbilt click here
•natural resources List the examples
•lower-cost production (mass production) click here
•mechanization Use the first 2 sentences.
•consumer goods (catalogs) click here

Vocabulary List for Reform

•Progressive Movement Second Paragraph
•N.A.A.C.P. Click Here
•segregation Click Here
•Jim Crow Laws Click Here
•Booker T. Washington Click Here
•W.E.B. DuBois Click Here
•temperance Click Here
•Susan B. Anthony Click Here
•suffrage Click Here
•18th Amendment Click Here
•19th Amendment Click Here
•child labor Look under "historical."
•strikes Click Here
•unions Click Here
•workforce (labor) Click Here

Read about the rise of industry in America: The period after the Civil War was marked by increasing industrialization and successive technological advances like the railroad, telegraph & telephone, and internal combustion engine. This facilitated America's westward expansion and economic development by connecting the frontier with the industrial, financial, and political centers of the East. As this time progressed, Americans began to rely upon technology like the railroad, electric, and telecommunications systems for economic and social activities.

Read about industry using the following link. This was the age of industry. Number a new notebook paper as "Ind 5." Write "Age of Industry" as the title. Then, number the page for these notes and write the answers on your paper. Age of Industry Link

1. What rose dramatically?
2. List the western resources.
3. What did railroads do?
4. What produced wealth for the businessmen?
5. Name the businessmen and names of their businesses.
6. Why were the businessmen called Robber Barons?

Chicago Daily News Link
Detroit Publishing Link

Industry Readings: Read each selection by following these directions:

1. Write the title of the selection on your paper.

2. Write one sentence in your notes for EACH paragraph.=

Reading #1
Title: The Rise of Big Business
Reading #2 Read the first paragraph, only.
Title: Age of Innovation
Reading #3
Title: Carnegie
Reading #4
Title: Rockefeller

(Extra Reading: We will discuss this reading in class, using the interactive board.)
Title: Corporations and Cities

Reform Readings: We will read these links when we study Reform.

Reform Reading #1: There are 5 questions printed in yellow in this reading. Copy each question, read the black print, and then answer the questions.
Title: Reform Movement

Reform Reading #2: Read about Unions by clicking on both links. Write each title in your notebook.
Write one important fact for each paragraph for your reading notes.
Title: The Drive for Unionization
Title: Origins of American Trade Unionism

Reform Reading #3: Read about the Homestead Strike. Write one important fact for each paragraph.
Title: Homestead Strike

Reform Reading #4: Read about Child Labor. Write one important fact for each paragraph for your reading notes.
First Read "Child Labor in U.S. History."
Then click on and read the link for "Causes of Child Labor."
Child Labor Readings

Reform Reading #5 Women's Suffrage: Susan B. Anthony Write one important fact for each paragraph for your reading notes.

Women's Suffrage Activities:
1. Reader's Theater play about suffrage, "Failure is Impossible."
2. Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. We will conduct a choral reading of this article in class. Directions will be discussed as part of the lesson.

"Votes For Women," suffrage movement pictures.

Child Labor Committee Photograph List We will work with these photographs in class. When you finish reading, you may browse through the pictures of child laborers to get an idea of the conditions that needed reform.
Child Labor Photographs