CH: 25 URBANIZATION - Scheidler AP US Block

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CH 25: America Moves to the City
1865-1900
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I. LEARNING TARGETS:
A. I can discuss why people were drawn to the
cities, and how the cities adapted.
B. I can describe why there was a new wave of
immigrants and why they were different from
previous waves.
C. I can explain the progressive actions to help
immigrants, and minorities and the idea of “the
New Morality.”
D. I can respond to questions regarding changes in
education, literature and the arts during this time.
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II. The Urban Frontier:
A. Changes in commuting.
B. Changes in Architecture.
C. What about those who
can’t afford to commute?
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III. The Second
Wave of
Immigrants
Arrives:
A. Why are things
different this
time?
B. America as
“Melting Pot.”
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IV. Reactions to the New Immigration:
A. Political and Economic Reaction.
B. Social and Cultural Reaction.
Jane Addams and Hull
House
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V. The Media and Morality
A. The March of the Mind.
B. The Appeal of the Press.
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VI. Improvements in Higher Education.
A. The Lust for Learning
B. Booker T. Washington and Education for Black
People
C. The Hallowed Halls of Ivy.
D. The March of the Mind.
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VII. Social Changes for Women and Family:
A. Women in the City.
B. Women’s Suffrage
C. Temperance
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VIII. Cultural Changes:
A. Literature
B. Art
C. Amusement

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