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Industrial Life: A Game

What a great way to teach the impact of industrialization on society in the early 19th century!
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What a great way to teach the impact of industrialization on all parts of society in the early 19th century! This site from the Lemelson Center has everything you need to play this board game. Find the learning objectives, the game board, identity cards, score sheet, and the student activity packet. The instructions for the game are included in the student packet as are discussion questions that call for reflection about what has been learned from the game. The glossary defines the important words your students will need to understand this period in history.

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