This product includes YouTube links to short “How It’s Made” clips and the following questions:
Briefly describe the process of creating the product that you viewed. (2-3 sentences)
Explain why this product is important, or what are it’s uses. (2-3 sentences)
Explain how this product might have been made before the Industrial Revolution and the use of factories/assembly lines/mass production.
These three questions are presented to students after each video clip. The document could be modified to change the videos and/or change the questions.
The clips included are:
Chocolate - Milk Chocolate, From Scratch | How It’s Made
Ketchup - Ketchup | How It’s Made
Scoreboards - Scoreboards | How It’s Made
Matches - Matches | How It’s Made
Bowling Balls - Bowling Balls | How It’s Made
This activity was created for students to make connections from the Industrial Revolution and Mass Production to the present day but could be used in other course and classes.
This product includes a Microsoft Word and PDF version of the resource. If you are interested in a Google Docs version that students could use directly with Google Classroom, please click the link: How It’s Made Activity - Google Docs.
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