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  1. Progressive Era reforms December 8, 2011

  2. Call to Order Complete the pre-assessment. When you are finished, come up to the computer and scan your assessment in.

  3. Objective HWBAT analyze how Progressive Era reforms helped solve the problems of industrialization. How did progressive reforms solve the problems caused by industrialization?

  4. Read your notes As you read, highlight important information. Then, answer the CFU questions as we talk them through.

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  11. Call to Order Match the term with the definition in your notes:

  12. SPAWN: Choose one and answer! You have 10 minutes. Be as CREATIVE as you can! Super Power: If you had the power to “time travel” back to the time that Wilson and Roosevelt were presidents, what advice would you give them in creating their legislation (laws)? Problem Solving: During the progressive era, there was a shift to conservation. If you were to apply the same theory of “managed development” to Baltimore, where in this city would you build more houses? Where would you section off places where there would be little development? Alternation Point of View: Tell the story of being in a meat-packing factory in Chicago (just like in The Jungle) from a rat’s point of view. You may draw it instead if you want. What If: What if the 17th amendment had never been passed? What if the 19th amendment had never been passed? Next: Predict what the positive and negative impact will be of the Federal Reserve having control over the money supply.