Students will analyze what it means to pursue progress by studying the core values, events and people in the United States starting from the Progressive Movement through the modern era. This series is divided into three units. 1. How do we pursue social progress? 2. How do we pursue political progress? 3. How do we pursue economic progress? At the end of this unit, students will be able to identify the social, political, economic reforms initiated by Progressive reformers and examine how well their efforts were sustained by future reformers. All activities are inquiry based because it is my philosophy that students are most engaged when they are curious about the subject they are learning.

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A Teacher's Guide

by Alexandria Lau

A teacher's guide for all three units of study
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Social Progress

by Alexandria Lau

The social progress unit will examines social reforms since the Progressive era. We will examine issues that relate to immigration, investigative journalism, the Food and Drug Act, conservation and prohibition.
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Political Progress

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Students will analyze what it means to pursue political progress by studying the core values, events and people in the United States starting from the Progressive Movement through the modern era. Included in this unit is a set of lessons on the Civil Rights Movement and the Women's Rights Movement.
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Economic Progress

by Alexandria Lau

Students will analyze what it means to pursue economic progress by studying the core values, events and people in the United States starting from the Progressive Movement through the modern era. Students will discuss the Industrial Revolution, the Age of Imperialism and New Deal reforms.
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Student Facing Content

by Alexandria Lau

Provides teacher and student instructions on how to research, write, reenact and role play a simulation for each unit. This will be the culminating activity and means of assessment for each unit.
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