Lessons for The Progressive Era

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  • The Great Migration Lesson Plan - … , the founding of the NAACP, how African-American women contributed to the movement, how the International Ladies Garment Workers Union provided alternatives, the success of the Progressive movement to groups outside the mainstream). How racial and ethnic events influenced American society during the Progressive era (e.g., the movement to restrict immigration; how racial and ethnic conflicts contributed to delayed statehood for New Mexico and Arizona; the
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  • The Great Migration - … , the founding of the NAACP, how African-American women contributed to the movement, how the International Ladies Garment Workers Union provided alternatives, the success of the Progressive movement to groups outside the mainstream). How racial and ethnic events influenced American society during the Progressive era (e.g., the movement to restrict immigration; how racial and ethnic conflicts contributed to delayed statehood for New Mexico and Arizona; the
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  • The Great Migration Lesson Plan - … , the founding of the NAACP, how African-American women contributed to the movement, how the International Ladies Garment Workers Union provided alternatives, the success of the Progressive movement to groups outside the mainstream). How racial and ethnic events influenced American society during the Progressive era (e.g., the movement to restrict immigration; how racial and ethnic conflicts contributed to delayed statehood for New Mexico and Arizona; the
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  • Immorality and Intolerance: the Mann Act of 1910 - … read this section to the students (or they can read it themselves), which highlights the socioeconomic challenges of the times: The Progressive Era lasted from 1895 until World War I. This was a period of unrest and reform. Monopolies continued in spite of the … how Progressives and others address problems of industrial capitalism, urbanization, and political corruption; Understands how the United States changed between the post-World …
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  • Reading and Writing About Boxing - … patterns; Understands the historical perspective. United States History Standards: Understands issues and perspectives of different groups during the Progressive era; Understands the social and cultural influence of former slaves in cities of the North. Language Arts Standards: Writes persuasive compositions; Understands the
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  • Political Cartoons Illustrating Progressivism and the Election of 1912 by Teaching With Documents - … at the end of the designated period, discuss their findings and how they might relate to the issues of the Progressive Era. Third-Party Statistics The election of 1912 was the … of the National Archives of the United States. This lesson relates to the goals of the Progressives at the state and federal levels and the significance of the
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  • Constitutional Issues - … , Prosperity, and Depression (1900 – 1940) 1. What are the various perspectives on the Progressive Era — its motives and effectiveness in achieving positive social change … in the U.S. Constitution. It often involves public disagreement. progressivism—a political movement in the early to mid-1900s that sought progress toward new ideas and improved living conditions constitutionalism—a government in which everyone, including rulers, must obey the laws …
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  • Progression of Political Movements - … , and legislation during the Progressive Bibliography: Baack, Ben and Ray, Edward John. "The Political Economy of the Origin and Development of the Federal Income Tax … . The Populist Persuasion: an American History. New York: BasicBooks, 1995. An analysis of the causes and ideological philosophies that guided the development of the Progressive Era in American history. Examines the concerns of individual reformers …
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  • Exploring the 1835 NC Constitutional Convention - … documents from Documenting the American South specifically related to North Carolina women involved in reform movements characteristic of the Progressive era. For the most part, these documents detail women's work in education-related reform and describe the creation of schools for women in the state. They also demonstrate that, as was true in the rest of the nation, the progressive, female …
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  • Press Perception of Jack Johnson - … patterns; Understands the historical perspective. United States History Standards: Understands issues and perspectives of different groups during the Progressive era; Understands the social and cultural influence of former slaves in cities of the North. Language Arts Standards: Writes persuasive compositions; Understands the
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