Students watch the video, pause the video to listen to the questions given orally, and mark their answers. If necessary, the video segments can be repeated.
What is your first name?
Question 1 (on the video). Select one answer.
Russia and Cuba
The United States and Canada
The United States and Mexico
The United States and Brazil
Question 2 (on the video). Select one answer.
New York City
Washington D. C.
Question 3 (on the video). Select one answer.
Macy's Department Store
a real estate agency
a labor union
the federal government
Question 4 (on the video). Select one answer.
Child labor laws
the right to organize into unions
Question 5 (on the video). Write your ideas.
Question 6 (on the video). Select one answer.
Most companies DO NOT want labor to organize.
Most companies WANT labor to organize.
Most companies have NO OPINION about labor organizing.
Question 7 (on the video). Select one answer.
Milwaukee Public Market in 1887
Hay Market Square 1886
Zeidler Square 1968
Red Square 1882
Question 8 (on the video). Select one answer.
Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War
John F. Kennedy and the Bay of Pigs
Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Great Depression
Grover Cleveland and the Railroad Strike
Question 9 (on the video). Check all the correct answers.
insurance and vacation days off
an eight-hour work day
child labor laws
a five-day work day
World War 1
the French Revolution
the American Revolution
Optional for extra credit: What country are you from? Are there child labor laws in your country? Write what you know.
Optional for extra credit: Are there hourly restrictions in jobs in your country? Write what you know.
Optional for extra credit: What is the law Act 10 that Wisconsin's Gov. Walker signed into effect? How was that received by the people of Wisconsin? Do you have any opinion about Act 10? Write what you know. If you live in Wisconsin and you don't know the answers to these question, do some research! Investigate both sides of the argument.
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