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Ch 35: The Second Industrial Revolution in the USA

About This Chapter

If you're teaching a unit on America's Second Industrial Revolution, take a look at this chapter to find useful lesson supplements. You can use these fun and informative lessons to engage your students and reinforce the concepts you cover in class.

The Second Industrial Revolution in the USA - Chapter Summary

In this teacher resource chapter, you'll find short and engaging video lessons that can help you enhance a unit on the Second Industrial Revolution in America. These convenient online lessons break down the era's business models, labor conditions, urbanization effects and much more. Share these lessons before a lecture to spark class discussions, or use them to help your students review concepts before an exam.

How It Helps

  • Expert history instruction: You can be sure that your students are learning accurate information about this period of American history.
  • Builds awareness: Helps introduce students to the Second Industrial Revolution topics that you'll cover in your class lectures.
  • Student engagement: The engaging nature of these lessons help your students have fun while learning about the history of America's Second Industrial Revolution.

Skills Covered

These lessons help you teach your students about:

  • The development of American industry during the Gilded Age
  • Second Industrial Revolution labor conditions
  • The rise of nativism and immigration in industrial America
  • Urbanization problems and effects during the time period

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