Labor Movement in the 1930s


To answer this question correctly, students must select Facts 3 and 4 and explain how both show that Costa's experience was atypical. Fact 3 suggests that, unlike Costa's experience, most textile factory workers in the 1930s could be fired for any reason. Fact 4 indicates that labor strikes in the 1930s were often not nearly as successful as the one at the Arrow Piece Dye Works. 

Level Description

Student selects the correct fact and explains how it shows that Costa's experience was not typical for textile workers in the 1930s. 


Student selects the correct fact but provides an incomplete explanation of how it indicates that Costa's experience was atypical. 


Student does not select the correct fact or does not provide a rationale for selection.