Based on today’s discussion, discuss one complaint from the list of complaints from the Declaration of Independence. Do you agree or disagree?
Now that you’ve finished the quiz, write a quick reflection. How did you find the quiz itself? Was it easy/difficult? Was it helpful to see the images with the questions? What questions do you still have about Child Labor that you want to investigate. Post your comments below. Remember, first names and class only.
- Go to this link: http://ps79q.wikispaces.com/Lewis+Wickes+Hine and read Lewis Hine’s biography. Copy key details about his life into your white binder – When and where was he born? What jobs did he have in his life? What did he do for the National Child Labor Association?
- Go to this link: http://ps79q.wikispaces.com/Word+Wall+%28Child+Labor%29. Read, listen and copy 5.4a (The Industrial Revolution) and 5.4b (Child Labor) quizlets. Ask someone at home to test you on 5.4b (Child Labor). You should be able to answer questions like these — In what industry did a spinner girl work? What did a tipple boy do? What did a carrying-in boy do in a glass factory? Was a lehr boy’s job dangerous?
See you next week! Be sure to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th).
On August 2, 1776, 56 delegates from the different colonies signed the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia, Pa. By signing this document, these men were putting their lives at risk. They were publicly announcing to King George that they were patriots to the American cause and therefore, traitors to the British Crown. They could be hunted down and hung by the British army. What would make someone willing to do this?
Here is your task:
- Click on the larger Google Map below.
- Click on the names of each of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
- Write down their occupation.
- How many were doctors, lawyers, farmers or brewers?
- Choose one person you found particularly interesting.
- Click on “Leave a Comment”.
- Summarize information about this person in your comment. Who was he? How old was he at the signing? What was his occupation? What was an interesting fact about him?
- Type your response and remember to sign your first name ONLY and class.
- You have twenty minutes to complete this task.