The Industrialization era brought about great social, economic, political, and technological change in the United States during the latter part of the 19th century. Students will get the chance to explore different events and innovations that were a catalyst to this transition period in American History. The prerequisites and resources that are provided will build knowledge and create opportunities for deeper inquiry and understanding around American Industrialization.
The murder of Emmett Till and the subsequent trial of two white men from Mississippi was a catalyst to the Civil Rights movement. He was not the first African American to be brutally beaten and lynched, and certainly not the last. What made Till's case significant is that images of his mutilated body in Jet magazine. This was the first time that the public saw the horrors of the institutionalized racism in the media.
Through analysis of primary and secondary sources, students will demonstrate their mastery of the content and historical thinking skills by writing an argumentative essay in response to the question: To what extent was this event a pivotal moment in the history of the civil rights movement?
Students will be able to step into the shoes of the 1st international tradesmen and ambassadors. During the game, they will be able to experience the obstacles and decisions that people had to make during this time period.
In this detective game, students can become familiar with and discover five important women in US History.
The goal of the game is to collect hints from the other players in order to find out who your character is.
This fascinating chapter UK history provides students with a walk-through history experience. It will bring past to life and inspire pupils’ curiosity, provide them perspective and illustrate the immediate impact of this history on their daily lives. They will be challenges to think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments, and develop perspective and judgment.