Commodity Activism. Blair Smith. Act 1, Scene 1. - After the title screens, the screen will fade to all black Map of the world fades onto the screen Voice over with statistics - how many products Americans buy each year - how many products are made in unfair working conditions overseasBy karif
Social Notes. A “nutshell look” at what we did April 23 rd to 27 th . What to do about Scarcity?. Ultimately, a nation’s economy has to answer the question: What do we do about a limited supply of Land, Labour, and/ or Capital?By willow
1 st Quarter. Journals. Journal #1. Why do we study history?. Journal #2. What are the lessons of history? . Journal #3. Explain the movie clip, “Seize the day...”. Journal #4. What is Democracy? Explain. Why Democracy is the best form of government…. Journal #5. Journal #5.By bob
The Progressive Presidents. In 1901, Republican President William McKinley was assassinated. …Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became president . Theodore Roosevelt was a different kind of president because he thought the gov’t ought to take responsibility for the welfare of the people.By gaetan
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Working Conditions. American Industry 1870-1900. Primary Sources. What is a primary source?. Work Conditions.
Working Conditions. Wage earners. During the first century of the industrial rev a surplus of labor resulted in poor conditions for workers 14 hour days, unsafe, low wages Poorhouses emerged Workers as a whole did not share in general wealth produced during the industrial rev. Union Movement.
Working Conditions. Why was labor angry?. Corporations - you, too, can own a company!. Corporations - Companies that are publicly owned Sell stock to raise funds to grow business Stock prices are determined supply and demand
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Working in Hot Conditions. Session Objectives. You will be able to: Understand how hot conditions affect your body Recognize symptoms of heat illness Take precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness . What You Need to Know.
Improvements in Working Conditions. Aims:. Identify how working conditions in the mines improved between 1842 and 1930. So far we know…. The 1842 Coal Mining Act banned women and children under 10 from working in the mines.
Working Conditions and Disaster. Today we will use primary sources to look at one of the most famous industrial disasters in United States history . Essential Question: What were the working conditions for immigrants at the turn of the century, and what were the effects?.