Lesson 1: Introduction to Industrialization
Preview-Before instruction, set norms of meaningful reading, unknown words, and working in groups. In groups of three, students will answer the following three questions in five minutes and then share out:
- What are the three most important inventions in the history of the world?
- How do you end poverty?
- What book begins with these lines, “Marley is dead, to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner.”
- Read first two paragraphs
- EQUATION-Class creates "Industrialization equals…"
- Anti-Traditional Phenomenon
- IMAGES-Each group assigned bullet-creates symbol. (Teacher does #4.) Share out.
- Meanings of Industry
- KEY WORDS-Each group assigned bullet-pull out key words. Share out.
- SUMMARIZE-Class draws four paradoxical conclusions in regards to Traditional Societies, Exploitation of Workers, Environment, and Violence
- SEE, THINK, WONDER using Phillippe Jacque de Loutherbourg's Coalbrookdale by Night, 1801. Share out.
- Questions to Consider: Each group will list at least possible evidence to prove a thesis.