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Chapter 18. * AGENDA * Bell Ringer – Write in notebook * Chapter 18 Quiz * Immigration via Ellis Island and Angel Island * REMINDERS * Read the student.

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1 Chapter 18

2 * AGENDA * Bell Ringer – Write in notebook * Chapter 18 Quiz * Immigration via Ellis Island and Angel Island * REMINDERS * Read the student sample DBQ – Wed, 14 th * Chapter 19 Reading Guide – Friday, 16 th *

3 BELL RINGER – What pull factors (reasons to move) drew immigrants to the United States? CLO(s) – Students will: * Communicate ideas by completing a reading comprehension quiz for chapter 18. * Investigate the world by learning about immigration experiences via Angel Island (Interviews and personal stories) and Ellis Island (Immigration processing experience.) Students will complete a Venn diagram demonstrating the similarities and differences between the two processing/detention centers.

4 * The transformation of the United States from an agricultural to an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society brought about significant economic, political, diplomatic, social, environmental, and cultural changes. * Key Concept 6.1: The rise of big business in the United States encouraged massive migrations and urbanization, sparked government and popular efforts to reshape the U.S. economy and environment, and renewed debates over U.S. national identity. * Key Concept 6.2: The emergence of an industrial culture in the United States led to both greater opportunities for, and restrictions on, immigrants, minorities, and women. * Key Concept 6.3: The “Gilded Age” witnessed new cultural and intellectual movements in tandem with political debates over economic and social policies.

5 * Thesis statements! * Outside information – a lot of students provided relevant outside info which helped many score context and synthesis points. * Some analysis of documents – not consistent though

6 * Contextualization – use the introductory paragraph to “set the stage” and give some context/background information. Include outside information. * Analysis of documents * Make sure you actually connect the document back to your thesis AND offer extended analysis. * Stop quoting! * Synthesis * Modifies/extends the argument OR provides a counterargument * Recognizes contradictory evidence in documents * Connects argument to a primary or secondary source (outside info) not provided in the DBQ * Connects the topic of the question to other historical periods, geographical areas, contexts, or circumstances.

7 * AGENDA * DBQ Review * Bell Ringer – Table groups * Tenements & Life in the City * Jacob Riis and the Power of Photography * Leisure time * Coney Island * Baseball * Movies & Shows * REMINDERS * Chapter 19 Reading Guide – Friday, January 16 th

8 BELL RINGER – Please complete the venn diagram between Angel and Ellis Island. CLO(s) – Students will: * Communicate ideas by completing a Venn diagram demonstrating the similarities and differences between Angel and Ellis Island. * Investigate the world by examining a series of photographs by Jacob Riis. * Investigate the world by exploring the creation of leisure time at the turn of the century in various mediums.

9 * The transformation of the United States from an agricultural to an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society brought about significant economic, political, diplomatic, social, environmental, and cultural changes. * Key Concept 6.1: The rise of big business in the United States encouraged massive migrations and urbanization, sparked government and popular efforts to reshape the U.S. economy and environment, and renewed debates over U.S. national identity. * Key Concept 6.2: The emergence of an industrial culture in the United States led to both greater opportunities for, and restrictions on, immigrants, minorities, and women. * Key Concept 6.3: The “Gilded Age” witnessed new cultural and intellectual movements in tandem with political debates over economic and social policies.

10 “I came to America because I heard the streets were paved with gold. When I got here, I found out three things: First, the streets weren’t paved with gold; second, they weren’t paved at all: and third, I was expected to pave them.” s Immigrant to the U.S.

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