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How do we discover our history?. Please pick up the following materials: Venn Diagram handout Primary source handout Article on Child Labor legacy ( yes, its homework) A sorting pencil Your interactive notebook. Please record in your agendas. You have homework tonight

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how do we discover our history

How do we discover our history?

Please pick up the following materials:

Venn Diagram handout

Primary source handout

Article on Child Labor legacy ( yes, its homework)

A sorting pencil

Your interactive notebook

please record in your agendas
Please record in your agendas
  • You have homework tonight
  • Please read the article on the legacy of child labor by next class
  • Be ready to share what you feel the author’s point of view is and the legacy of child labor
please watch the clip and think of what kind of childhood does this boy have
Please watch the clip and think of what kind of childhood does this boy have?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlJugdk4OGc
  • The clip is from the 1968 movie/musical Oliver!, it is also our school’s musical this year. Please come and see your classmates along with yours truly, in a cameo appearance!!
venn diagram smart board link
Venn Diagram- smart board link
  • Please record on your Venn diagram an event or memory from your childhood that you remember.
  • Musical partner sharing of your memory/event.
  • When the music stops, find a partner and share. We will do this one other time.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9v6BtJDpHEM
  • Sponge bob does Gangnam style
volunteer with green sorting pencil
Volunteer with green sorting pencil
  • Let’s add to our class Venn Diagram
  • As we go thru today’s lesson we will revisit this Venn Diagram to add to our understanding of children who lost their childhoods during the Industrial Revolution.
what will i be able to know and do after today s lesson
What will I be able to know and do after today’s lesson?
  • I can analyze and discuss the significance of primary source documents and describe the working conditions for children at the turn of the 20th century
  • I can predict how society will respond to the information presented in the documentation of the lives of these children
  • I can compare and contrast using a Venn diagram childhood memories of myself and children today with the children of child labor.
  • I can complete in my interactive journal my choice of two entries to be graded using a rubric that demonstrates self reflection on my learning today.
primary documents and their sources
Primary documents and their sources
  • What are the characteristics of a primary source or document?
  • How are photographs used by historians?
  • Can their be bias in a photo? What is bias?
  • What other types of primary sources do you know about?
  • What is the importance of using primary sources in understanding history?
  • What if no one took pictures? What evidence whould we have of the past and its events?
today you will be looking at photographs that are primary sources
Today you will be looking at photographs that are primary sources
  • The photographs were taken by Lewis Hines, who documented the lost childhood of many children working in the US from the late 1890s to 1920’s. You will be in a research group in which you will select, examine and analyze a sampling of these photographs.
we will use our sorting pencils for flexible grouping by the numbers
We will use our sorting pencils for flexible grouping….By the numbers!
  • We will have the 1s,2s,3s in the back of the room….

4s,5s,6s will be in the front of the room

  • You will set up the room like we do for lit circles.
  • Bring everything

with you !

directions
Directions
  • When you are done moving and set up your groups space, please pick a group leader and have them come to me for a photo packet.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a91pJDut50E
  • I like to move it, move it…
tasks with your number group
Tasks with your number group
  • Look over all the photos in the packet
  • Make some general observations about what is happening in each of them
  • Then pick one that you will complete the primary source analysis tool with.
  • Answer the questions to the best of your ability, complete sentences are needed where they are asked to be provided.
  • Everyone completes their own worksheet to turn in, group leader to keep everyone engaged in the task.
  • When done, group leader will notify me.
  • You have 20-25 minutes

Yes, both sides of the worksheet!

time s up report out and share
Time’s up ! Report out and share
  • What are you finding? What were you most surprised by these photographs? When Mr Hines went to these places he was “ quiet” he did not announce why he was there or for what purpose his photographs were for. We went during working hours to document children working. What if no one took these photographs? How can these photographs be used by historians?
  • Group leaders, please collect your groups worksheets and place in the Blue collection bin near the interactive journal bins.
back to your venn diagram
Back to your Venn diagram

Go ahead and record what you now know about the snapshot of the childhood’s of these child workers.

What have you learned about child laborers through your analysis of the photograph you picked

what did you like what would you change
What did you like? What would you change?
  • Thinking about how you learn…. Please turn and share with your number group what did you like about the lesson…

also, based on how you learn…What would you change or want to do differently ?

closure let s wrap it up
Closure- let’s wrap it up!
  • In your interactive notebook you have your choice of completing any two of the following:
  • What differences do you see between your childhood and that of a child laborer?
  • What do you think should be done about child labor?
  • How do we discover history?
  • Imagine you are one of these children, what do you want us in the future to know about your childhood?