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5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7-8 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version
Vocabulary Terms in 5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7-8 CorporationCompetitionMonopoly Labor UnionPersecutionStrike Ethnic GroupTenementDemand ProgressivesRailheadSlum Rapid TransitMuckrakerSupply
What do we call unfair treatment or punishment?
What do we call a town where railroad tracks begin or end?
What do we call a poor, crowded part of the city?
What do we call the amount of something that people want to sell at certain prices?
What do we call a company that has no competition?
What do we call a system of trains used to move people around a city?
What do we call a group of people who share a culture or language?
What do we call someone who points out unpleasant truths?
What do we call a business in which many people own shares, or parts, of the business?
What do we call a poorly built apartment building?
What do we call it when more than one business tries to sell the same goods or services?
What do we call a time when workers refuse to work?
What do we call the amount of something that people want to buy at certain prices?
What do we call an organization of workers that tries to improve pay and working conditions for its members?
What do we call reformers who wanted to make cities and factories cleaner and safer?
3 rd Grade Social Studies Ch. 7: Being an Active Citizen Mrs. Thornburgs version.
Immigrants to America Chapter 8 Lessons 2, 3, & 4.
Social Studies Unit 3: “Big Business and Big Cities”
Unit 4 4th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary
NORTHERN CITY LIFE. The Industrial Revolution completely changed the way people lived. Families before the Industrial Revolution: Lived further apart.
What do you think this picture is showing? a) Stockyard b) Skyscraper c) Rapid Transit d) Slum e) Settlement House.
A person who wanted to do away with slavery abolitionist.
World History EFFECTS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.
U.S. History. America After the Civil War: The West The West: frontier Farmers, ranchers, & miners closed the last of the frontier at the expense.
Social Science. Circular Flow We are all part of the circular flow of economic activity by buying items with money that you acquire from working Businesses.
The Industrial Society,
Chapter 17 Review. The act of Congress which gave free land in the West to anyone who would farm it for 5 years is known as what? The Homestead Act.
Immigration in America
5 th Grade Social Studies World War 1 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 8 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
Chapter 8 Lesson 1: The Rise of Big Business
Think of something you would like to buy. Do you know who makes it? Do you know its price? Buying, selling, and deciding on prices are important ideas.
Prices. Equilibrium: the point at which quantity demanded and quantity supplied are equal or when the buyer will purchase exactly as much as sellers.
ECONOMIC RENT is defined as A return over and above opportunity cost (or the normal rate of return) necessary to keep a resource in its current use.
Industrial Revolution in America. How do you make money? What do you spend money on? During the birth of Industry things were different.
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