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1906. Students can play either an immigrant female worker or a native-born male manager. Both characters must deal with labor strife as well as earn money to support their families. Covering industrialization, immigration, the Progressive era, and organized labor, the game promotes historical reasoning, fosters cooperative learning and intellectual teamwork, and teaches the use and interpretation of primary sources, all while being fun to play.
Lesson 1 of 6 (Mo.) Wealth Creation Only Free Enterprise can create jobs, not Big Government. There are three reasons: 1. Government transfers, not creates, wealth. 2. Government cannot control an economy. 3. Free Enterprise has proven to succeed. Today’s short video shows how wealth is created. The video addresses the following topics: To read more go to: http://lessonsforus.com/2012/10/wealth-creation/
http://www.zaneeducation.com - This K12 curriculum online history video will assist students to study and explore the Industrial Revolution and the History of Industrialization. Learn about how steam engines, steam power, and iron stimulated the spread of industry throughout England and, ultimately, the world. Study how the Industrial Revolution changed human life through rapid advances in technology and the birth of the Industrial Revolution in Britain during the 18th Century.