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Effects of Child Labor

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Children forced into child labor may suffer from:

I. Physical abuse

II. Psychological abuse

III. Sexual abuse

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1.

What are some possible long-term health effects of child labor?

I. Respiratory problems

II. Cancer

III. AIDS

2. If you have to describe a child who is forced into child labor, you might say they are:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Revisit what you know about child labor and the risks associated with this quiz and worksheet combo. You'll test your understanding of the illnesses and abuse that children suffer related to child labor.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet check how much you know about:

  • The type of abuse children forced into child labor suffer from
  • Long-term health effects of child labor
  • The typical physical stature of a child forced into labor
  • What child labor is defined as

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - review what you know about child labor to answer questions about the risks for children
  • Making connections - understand the work that children do in a mine and how dangerous it is compared to adult workers
  • Information recall - see if you can remember what child labor is defined as

Additional Learning

Get a closer look at child labor with the lesson, Effects of Child Labor. This lesson offers a more comprehensive look at:

  • Why child labor is the same as slave labor in many instances
  • Effects on physical health
  • Hazardous conditions
  • The effects of a lack of education
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