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Keywords: Pullman Village
Subject(s): Social Studies, History
Grades 9 through 12
NETS-S Standard:
  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
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School: William Howard Taft High Sch, Woodland Hls, CA
Planned By: Jessica Kissen
Original Author: Jessica Kissen, Woodland Hls
Warm Up: What is collective bargaining?
What did you learn from yesterdays activity?
Do you think there are any obligations a business owner has to his/her laborers?

Lesson: As teacher goes through pictures/information via powerpoint, students fill out corresponding worksheet regarding George Pullman's Dream for a Perfect Society

Beyond Activity: Paragraph 1: Persuade others that your perspective or “side” during the strike was best
Paragraph 2: Pretend you played a role in the Pullman Strike—either a laborer or business owner—based on your participation, what would you like your legacy to be?
Cross-Curriculum Ideas
English
Follow-Up
Paragraph 1: Persuade others that your perspective or “side” during the strike was best
Paragraph 2: Pretend you played a role in the Pullman Strike—either a laborer or business owner—based on your participation, what would you like your legacy to be?
Materials: Portable
Other Items: 1 Epson PowerLite X12 Business Projector , $480 each, total of $480.00