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Here are the teacher pack items for Gilded Age: Vocabulary:
Overview In this experience, students engage with key vocabulary related to the Gilded Age in U.S. history. The experience can be used as an introduction or a review at the end of the unit.
In this experience, students engage with key vocabulary related to the Gilded Age in U.S. history. The experience can be used as an introduction or a review at the end of the unit.If you want to assign it as self-paced work, unlock the gate at the end of each scene before students begin the experience.
In this unit you will learn about the Gilded Age in the last few decades of the nineteenth century. This period had significant population and economic growth across the United States. Yet not everyone benefitted from these developments. In this lesson you will learn some of the key vocabulary for the unit.
Which of the following words are you familiar with?
Which of the following words are you unfamiliar with?
These polls provide a general picture of the students’ familiarity with the vocabulary words. If necessary, discuss unfamiliar words with the class.
Look at the photograph. What do you see that possibly represents the Gilded Age? If you aren’t familiar with the word gilded, look it up in a dictionary.
The adjective gilded has two main meanings: