1. Topic-
Child Labor
2. Content-
The topic is child labor during the industrial revolution, with a focus on England. Vocabulary Terms: apprentice, capital, global inequality
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will know and be able to explain the types of child labor performed during the industrial revolution.
2.Students will know and be able to explain why children were a "good" source of labor.
3.Students will know and be able to explain the effects of child labor.
4. Students will know and be able to identify places were child labor still exist today.
5. Students will be able to and know how to make ethical choices as consumers.
4. Objectives-
7.01 Describe significant characteristics of global connections created by technological change and assess the degree in which cultures participate in the change.
7.02 Examine cause and effects of industrialization and cite its major cost and benefits.
5. Materials and Aids-
PowerPoint & Class set of Computers
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Bell work- Explain the agriculture revolution in 3-4 sentences. In your explanation include the terms enclosure and crop rotation.

B. Development-


C. Practice-

1. Research Activity-(groups of three)
2. Discussion

D. Independent Practice-

If time permits students will create an argument for the supporters and reformers of child labor. They will use their notes, primary sources provided by the teacher, and textbooks to create the argument.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Spatial- use of maps & statistics
2.Lingustic- Lecture
3.Interpersonal- research collaboration with peers and discussion of findings.
4.Logical- Statistics of child labor

F. Checking for understanding-

Teacher will ask the class questions from the lesson. Students will write their answers down. The teacher will review the answers with the class and answer any questions.

G. Closure-

The teacher will go over the main points of the lesson and explain the topic that will be taught the next day.

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