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Connecticut Technical High School System

Modern American History 6/28/11

America: Pathways-Ch. 16, sec. 4; Ch. 19

Literature Activity-Horrors of the Meat-packing Industry

Primary Source Activity-The Shame of the People

Decision-Making Activity-Marching for Child Labor Laws

*Honors-The Americans-Ch. 9

Guided Reading-The Origins of Progressivism

Literature Selections-The Jungle

Primary Sources-Child Labor in the Coal Mines

New York: A Doumentary, Episode 4, PBS Video.

“The Hardest Struggle”, Women and Sweated Industrial Labor, A Unit of Study for Grades 7-12, by Eileen Boris and Rita Koman, NCHS and OAH.

Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/trianglefire/

Regents Prep Progressive Reforms

http://regentsprep.org/Regents/ushisgov/themes/reform/progressive.htm

Women and Social Movements

http://history.sandiego.edu/gen/soc/reform-women.html

Segregation

American Nation-Ch. 3, Sec. 4

Literature Reading 3-The Cruelty of Jim Crow Laws

America: Pathways-Ch. 17, sec. 3

Primary Source Activity-The Washington-Du Bois Debate, Lynchings and Mob Law

Decision-Making Activity-Can Separate Be Equal

*Honors-The Americans-Ch. 8, Sec. 3

Plessy v. Ferguson

http://www.landmarkcases.org/plessy/home.html

Jim Crow History

http://www.jimcrowhistory.org/

Extension Activity:

(H) Honors: Honors students will complete assignments during the trade cycle.

Teacher(s) Designed Formative Assessments

District-wide Trimester Assessment(s)

http://sde-cthsi/DWTA/academic.html

Concepts

Students need to know about:

Skills

Students need to be able to do:

Goal 11.1

(H) Honors: Honors students will complete assignments during the trade cycle.

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