Agenda May 4-15, 2020 Industry DUE 5/15

Lesson 3 Industry (Begin May 4 – DUE May 15, 2020)

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UNITED STATES HISTORY UNIT 5 – WESTWARD EXPANSION, INDUSTRY, AND IMMIGRATION

Mr. Hokanson (Week 5 May 4-8 & Week 6 May 11-15) DUE BY MAY 15th

Instructions:  Read and study the notes below. Use the notes to complete the Unit 5 Industry Quiz…

Audio Notes

Unit 5 Notes Industry Audio

INDUSTRIALIZATION

INDUSTRY

  • Railroads stimulated the American steel, lumber, and coal industries and provided thousands of jobs.
  • Henry Ford’s automobile and assembly line changed industry and society forever (Model T).
  • The “Age of Steel” impacted building of skyscrapers, bridges, and rails & locomotives. Andrew Carnegie, dominated this industry.
  • John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company controlled the booming oil industry.
  • Wages offered many factory workers were so low that everyone in the family had to work. Unions were formed to help improve working conditions.
  • The invention of the electric elevator made it possible to locate factories at the top level of 10 story skyscrapers.
  • Other inventions of the time included Eastman’s camera, Bell’s telephone, Edison’s light bulb, and Field’s telegraph line across the Atlantic.

Tutorials/Practice

Unit 5 Rags to Riches Industry

Unit 5 Fling the Teacher Industry

Industry Assessment

Unit 5 Industry Quiz

PRIORITY STANDARDS
8.2.2: Examine and evaluate how human expression (e.g. language, literature, arts, architecture, traditions, beliefs, and spirituality) contributes to the development and transmission of culture.
8.2.4: Explain the cultural contributions of and tensions between groups in Wyoming, the United States, and the World (e.g., racial, ethnic, social and institutional).
8.3.3 Describe the impact of technological advancements on production, distribution and consumption.
8.4.2: Describe how tools and technology in different historical periods impacted the way people lived, made decisions, and saw the world.
8.5.3: Explain how communities’ current and past demographics, migrations, and settlement patterns influence place (e.g., culture, needs, and political and economic systems) and use this analysis to predict future settlement patterns.
8.5.4: Analyze the changes to and consequences of human, natural, and technological impacts on the physical environment.

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UNITED STATES HISTORY UNIT 5 – WESTWARD EXPANSION, INDUSTRY, AND IMMIGRATION

Mr. Hokanson (Week 3 April 20-24 & Week 4 April 27-May 1) DUE BY MAY 1st…

IMMIGRATION Pull Factors – Causes someone to move to some place. (1. A pull factor in immigration is something that…)

  • Available land (2. Pull factors that caused people to want to move to the United States include a better life, religious freedom, and…)
  • Better life
  • Religious freedom
    IMMIGRANTS 1880-1920 This group of immigrants was more diverse Countries
  • Italy
  • Ireland
  • Eastern Europe
  • China
  • Mexico
    Reasons
  • Jobs
  • Land
  • Religious Freedom
    IMMIGRATION
  • Jews came to the US from Eastern Europe mainly to escape religious persecution. (4. Most Jews came to the United States to escape religious persecution in…) Job opportunities attracted people to America’s rapidly growing cities in the 1800s. (3. Job opportunities attracted people to America’s rapidly growing _____ in the 1800s.)
  • Most Eastern European immigrants entered the US through Ellis Island. (9. Most Eastern European immigrants entered the US through…)
  • Immigration created a melting pot of blended cultures, & some say cultures were more of a salad bowl existing side by side. (10. Some say that immigrants to the United States created a blending of cultures called…)
    ANTI-IMMIGRATION
  • Many immigrants returned to their native country.
  • Some immigrants refused to practice native traditions to fit in.
  • Often immigrants lived in ethnic neighborhoods where they felt accepted.
  • The US responded to anti-immigration feelings by establishing immigration quotas. (5. The US responded to anti-immigration feelings by establishing immigration _____.)SUMMARY IMMIGRATIONWhy did people come to the United States of America?
  • New immigrants began to arrive in the late 1800s, seeking opportunities in the United States.
  • New immigrants arrived from Greece, Russia, Hungary, Italy, Turkey, and Poland in the mid 1880s.
  • After 1900, immigration from Mexico, China, and Japan increased. (8. After 1900, immigration from Mexico, China, and Japan…)
  • People emigrated from their native countries for a variety of reasons (push factors), including: overcrowding; poverty; scarc e jobs; crop failures; persecution against certain ethnic groups; & the opportunity for a better life. (6. People emigrated from their native countries for a poverty; scarce jobs; crop failures; and variety of reasons (push factors), including: overcrowding;)
  • Immigrants adjusted to life in America, finding work, forming communities, and adapting to a new culture. (7. Immigrants adjusted to life in America by…)
  • Some people opposed immigration, while others appreciated the positive contributions made by immigrants.
  • Immigrants and others flooded to American cities, where extremes of poverty and wealth existed.
  • Growing cities suffered from health and sanitation problems, poverty, fire, and crime. (15. As more people moved to U.S. cities, especially immigrants, people in cities suffered from increased sanitation problems, crime, fire, and…)
  • Immigrant farmers on the Great Plains faced challenges like giant locust swarms that ate all of their crops! (13. For a time, immigrants in the Great Plains faced massive “clouds” of what that ate their crops?)***11. What is the name of the Indian Reservation in Wyoming? – 12. As immigrants moved west, they often came in conflict with what group of people? – 14. The first immigrants and settlers to the Great Plains built what type of houses? These questions are from last week’s lesson – see the Lesson 1 feedback sheet attached to Lesson 2!

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