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Industrialization

Industrialization

Bell Ringer §YOU NEED YOUR BOOK TODAY!!!!

Bell Ringer §YOU NEED YOUR BOOK TODAY!!!!

Objective § Today I will be able to understand the causes and effects of

Objective § Today I will be able to understand the causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution in America. § Don’t Forget: § Quiz tomorrow.

Classwork § Read the Following sections in your book and complete the Observation/Inference chart.

Classwork § Read the Following sections in your book and complete the Observation/Inference chart. § § § § Natural Resources Fuel Industrialization (Blue-436) New Uses for Steel (Red-438) Inventions Promote Change (Blue/Red-438 -439) Industry Changes the Environment (Geography Spotlight-440 -441) Railroads Span Space and Time (Blue/Red 442 -443) Pullman (Red-444) The Grange and the Railroads (Blue/Red 444 -445) § DUE AT THE END OF CLASS.

Bell Ringer § Clear your desk for your quiz.

Bell Ringer § Clear your desk for your quiz.

Objective § Today I will be able to analyze How human responsibilities and capabilities

Objective § Today I will be able to analyze How human responsibilities and capabilities can help or harm the environment through utilizing the PEA strategy. § I will be able to: Identify Authors claims, support their claims with evidence, and analyze the claim as well as counterclaims.

Industrialization February 11, 2014

Industrialization February 11, 2014

Bell Ringer § Amari, please collect the observation/inference notes from yesterday. Thanks! § Answer

Bell Ringer § Amari, please collect the observation/inference notes from yesterday. Thanks! § Answer the following in your journals: § What was the purpose of trade unions? § Why did they exist? § Why are they beneficial? § Why might companies not like them?

Objectives § Today I will be able to analyze the claims of Samuel Gompers

Objectives § Today I will be able to analyze the claims of Samuel Gompers in regards to trade unions by using the PEA strategy. I will then be able to infer counterclaims as well. § Homework: § Quiz on Industrialization on Thursday.

PEA Strategy § What is the PEA Strategy? § Point-What claims does the author

PEA Strategy § What is the PEA Strategy? § Point-What claims does the author make? § Evidence-What evidence does the author use to support his argument? § Analysis-Clearly make the connection between the claim and the evidence used to support the claim by discussing HOW the evidence supports the claim. § What is the purpose of the PEA strategy? § To read informational text to state the author’s claim and support the claim with textual evidence in order to: § Understand author’s point of view § Identify a claim or argument and identify it with textual support

Exit Ticket § Complete the PEA strategy for Trade Unions. Turn it in at

Exit Ticket § Complete the PEA strategy for Trade Unions. Turn it in at the end of class.

February 13, 2014

February 13, 2014

Bell Ringer § YOU NEED YOUR BOOK TODAY! § Provide a claim and a

Bell Ringer § YOU NEED YOUR BOOK TODAY! § Provide a claim and a counterclaim that demonstrate support and opposition of trade (labor) unions.

OBJECTIVE § Today I will be able to think critically about the effectiveness of

OBJECTIVE § Today I will be able to think critically about the effectiveness of trade unions to industry and society through the use of inference. § Homework § Prepare for SAC § Content quiz tomorrow § Updates: § Office hours will now be held on Thursday mornings at 7: 15.

Reading Groups § Based on ACT data from December’s test. § Grouped with students

Reading Groups § Based on ACT data from December’s test. § Grouped with students who scored similarly. § Some students will be given different work. § This is to help YOU reach your GOAL! § We will be frequently conferencing about your scores. § Need further help? § Come to office hours § Send me an email § Or, see me to set up a time to meet.

2 A Reading Groups Group #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9

2 A Reading Groups Group #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 Members Tynisha, Marilyn Carlos, Amari, Jermaine Tim, Brandis Rhyaan, Destiny, Kershawn Savon, Julian, Summer Tyler, Daja Kayla, Jacqueline, Dashia Kaliyah, Sade, Diamond Abisoye, Ciarra Nierra, Briana

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary for workers to have equal rights. § Team B will argue: § Trade Unions are not necessary because companies have the right to set the guidelines. § Resources: § Textbook § “How Women Were Treated by the Pullman Company” by Jennie Corliss § “ On the Goals of Trade Unions” by Samuel Gompers § Teams doing Argument B will also use Carnegie reading given today.

SAC Teams Argument A § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 §

SAC Teams Argument A § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 § Group #4 § Group #5 Argument B • Group #6 • Group #7 • Group #8 • Group #9

5 A Reading Groups Group Members #1 Marisa, Kryslin, Jaleasa #2 Jordan, Dariana, Shaquana

5 A Reading Groups Group Members #1 Marisa, Kryslin, Jaleasa #2 Jordan, Dariana, Shaquana #3 Robert, Amber #4 Asha, Faith #5 Tamara, Joshua, Felicia #6 Oludamola, Sean #7 Savanna, Ricquia, Jasmine

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary for workers to have equal rights. § Team B will argue: § Trade Unions are not necessary because companies have the right to set the guidelines. § Resources: § Textbook § “How Women Were Treated by the Pullman Company” by Jennie Corliss § “ On the Goals of Trade Unions” by Samuel Gompers § Teams doing Argument B will also use Carnegie reading given today.

SAC Teams Argument A § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 Argument

SAC Teams Argument A § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 Argument B • Group #4 • Group #5 • Group #6 • Group #7

7 A Reading Groups Group #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9

7 A Reading Groups Group #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 Members Kyla, Tamaria, Travon Mia, Maciana Tiyana, Altrell, Morye Niko, Nichole, Savion Jocquill, Kaylim, Michelle Jerae, Tyrone Eric Twylah Fred, David, Raymun Monet, Qwest Danielle, Jermiah Janae, Latonya

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary

Structured Academic Controversy (SAC) § Team A will argue: § Labor Unions are necessary for workers to have equal rights. § Team B will argue: § Trade Unions are not necessary because companies have the right to set the guidelines. § Resources: § Textbook § “How Women Were Treated by the Pullman Company” by Jennie Corliss § “ On the Goals of Trade Unions” by Samuel Gompers § Teams doing Argument B will also use Carnegie reading given today.

SAC Teams Argument A: § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 §

SAC Teams Argument A: § Group #1 § Group #2 § Group #3 § Group #4 § Group #5 § Group #6 Argument B: • Group #7 • Group #8 • Group #9 • Group #10 • Group #11