Progressive Reforms Research and Presentations Use the websites (on my teacher site) and the Orange Book (pgs. 142-158) to answer the following questions about each reform movement of the early 1800s. Reform Research



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Progressive Reforms Research and Presentations

Use the websites (on my teacher site) and the Orange Book (pgs. 142-158) to answer the following questions about each reform movement of the early 1800s.

Reform Research:

  1. Why:

    1. Why did this progressive reform emerge? What problems caused the need for reform (give an ex of muckraking if possible)?

  2. Goals:

    1. What did this movement hope to accomplish/what were its goals?

  3. Who:

    1. Who were some famous people/Presidents who were involved in the movement? What did they contributed to the movement?

  4. Accomplishments:

    1. What specific accomplishment(s) did the reform movement make? Were there any laws passed (locally or nationally)? Was anything significant changed or accomplished at the time (early 20th century)?

  5. Modern Look:

    1. Make connections to present reform movements—what issues in today’s time mirror the progressive reform movements of the early 20th century? How has the issue improved or changed over time?

Presentations:

Your group will be given a specific progressive reform movement. Everyone in the group should work together complete the aforementioned questions about your specific reform. Then, everyone will converge to create a presentation on your reform movement using Google Slides. There should be a slide for each research heading above, including the “Modern Look.” There should be primary source images to accompany your presentation—if you have a question about if your image is primary source, ask! Please also have a works cited page. Share your presentation with me when your group is finished. Your group also needs a handout for the class that will help them follow along with the presentation. This can made on Google Docs and share with me to print/copy. When you present, everyone will talk at least once. Each person will be graded on your research, your ability to work as a group, and your presentation.



Movements:

Labor Improvements and Aid to the Poor pg. 420-421 & pg. 466

Government Reforms pg. 422-423

Consumer Protection pg. 439-440 & pg. 446

Women’s Suffrage pg. 426-430

Environment and Economy pg. 440-442 & pg. 445





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