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T UESDAY, A PRIL 8 TH Imagine you are playing Pictionary. Draw a picture that clearly represents each of the following three terms: Invention Robber Baron Assembly Line
R EADING A NALYSIS W ORKSHEET CORRECTIONS Extra copies are available in the back bin under Tuesday You may listen to music to stay focused. If you do not have any corrections to make, please start working on your final draft for the Immigrant Journal or work on an assignment for another class. If you submit corrections, I will re-grade the worksheet and give you will keep the higher of the two grades. You have until Friday, April 11 th to finish any corrections. Use your time wisely!
R EVIEW FOR I NDUSTRIALISM TEST Use your textbooks or borrow a copy of History Alive! From the back to help complete the review worksheet. I am not collecting it, but you will need to review this information for your test on Friday!
C LOSER, 4/8 What do you need to do to finish preparing for the test on Friday? What topics are you going to focus on in particular?
A CROSTIC P OEM On a blank piece of paper, write “INDUSTRIALISM” vertically. For each letter in the word, write a sentence that relates to our industrialism unit. Example: Inventions like the assembly line made production faster. Decorate your acrostic poem and make sure it is neat! See Ms. Gammie’s example. This will be worth 15 product points!
ABC R EVIEW AND L INKING T ERMS Complete the ABC review chart for Industrialism. When you have finished, create 8 pairs of vocabulary terms. Example: Entrepreneur and Steel Write a linking term sentence for each pair. Example: Andrew Carnegie was an entrepreneur who applied his innovative business ideas to the mass production of steel.