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Morse Code Activities Industrial Revolution

This activity has students use an online or paper resource to create a message in Morse Code.  Students then Have to share their message with a class partner.  Students use the chart on the back of the paper to decipher and transcribe each others coded messages.  


The message must resemble a note sent back home to a family member describing their new life as a factory worker in the big city during the industrial revolution.


There are three versions of this activity:


The regular activity has students create a written Morse code message to be transcribed by a classmate. (Requires a device and internet connection)


The advanced activity has students send an audio Morse code message to be transcribed by a classmate.

(Requires a device and internet connection)


The old school activity does not require a device or internet.  Students use the chart on the page to create their message by hand as well as to transcribe each others messages.  


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