With this product you will receive a New Deal discussion guide in PowerPoint form. PLUS you'll receive a foldable template for students to follow along. We discussed: 1. FDR's role in the Great Depression 2. Federal Deposit Relief Corporation 3. Civilian Conservation Corps 4. Securities and Exchange
This common-core aligned activity will help your students understand the New Deal programs created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression in America. Students will work in pairs to analyze 11 new deal programs.
After reading the informational text and looking at a primary s
Condensed lesson summarizing the Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal. Topics include: The 1932 election, Fireside Chats, Eleanor Roosevelt, Relief, Recovery, and Reform, and an analysis of ten New Deal programs. Includes editable PowerPoint, coordinating student infographic style note taking sheet,
This close reading and fluency resource is designed to be used with students in grades 4-8 and provides many options for differentiation. This resource includes 2 different nonfiction passages (Franklin Delano Roosevelt and The Great Depression). Each passage is written at 3 different reading leve
To Kill a Mockingbird Nonfiction Reading Activity: FDR Inauguration Speech
Incorporate nonfiction into your To Kill a Mockingbird unit with this activity for reading and listening to Franklin Delano Roosevelt's 1933 Inauguration Speech (his first inauguration speech).
Students will answer question
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage based on Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students. 4 types of questions are included, along with an answer key. Integrate history content with your reading texts and meet each rea
This bundle contains six products relating to teaching the Great Depression and New Deal in American History.
-The Great Depression PowerPoint & Infographic (20 pages)
-FDR's New Deal PowerPoint & Infographic (15 pages)
-Which "R" Is It? New Deal Analysis Activity (11 pages)
This 45-slide power point presentation reviews the differences between the Presidents Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression.
This lecture focuses on the strategies used by both presidents to combat the great depression. Students will take notes on the creative CL
The following is a 37 slide PPT which teaches and reinforces the main ideas, terms, people, causes, and effects of the New Deal and FDR.
This PPT has wonderful primary source pictures and text which is laid out in an easy way to teach from and for students to learn and take notes from.
This PPT co
Fireside Chat Analysis for Franklin D. Roosevelt
This fantastic, simple worksheet has students reading an abbreviated version of President Roosevelt's first Fireside Chat. Rather than have my students struggle through the long actual radio address, this shortened version gets to the core of what FD
This scoot ONLY discusses Franklin D. Roosevelt and his life. It address Georgia Third Grade Social Studies standards for the nine famous Americas, but is generic enough for nationwide use. It also includes maps for students to show where he lived and how that influenced his life. There 28 color car
This US History 1930’s Great Depression Cinderella Man Bundle has a 50 page download. You will have access to my Google Drive Link, and all the videos will be included for PPT’s/Keynotes.
Here is what is included in this 50 page download:
- Daily Plans
- Stock Market PPT
This is a perfect activity to use during the study of the origins of World War II in your U.S. History, secondary classroom. Students will begin by listening to FDR’s famous speech: The Four Freedoms (link provided). They will then be asked to analyze the speech by answering review questions. They w
Famous Americans 3rd Grade Social Studies
Includes study guides on Mary McLeod Bethune, Paul Revere, Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Lyndon B. Johnson, Cesar Chavez, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Thurgood Marshall
Jigsaw Study Guides:One study guide is included for each famous
This 9 page packet contains everything your students need to compare how President Hoover and President F.D. Roosevelt handled the Great Depression. Your students will examine several primary source excerpts from the writings/speeches of Hoover/F.D.R in order to compare the following:
1) Their diffe
Many programs formed President FDR’s New Deal strategy. Through the Civil Works Administration, the government built thousands schools, paid 50,000 rural teachers, and built over one million miles of roads. This immediately created jobs for the unemployed and built infrastructure for the USA. The go
If you teach 3rd grade in Georgia, then you teach your students about Franklin D. Roosevelt! This flipbook will allow your students to demonstrate their understanding in a fun way.
Even if you don't teach 3rd grade in Georgia, this flipbook will be great for informational writing! Students can use
This download includes all 9 of the packages described below. Each can be found and downloaded separately, but are offered here at a bundle discount. There are 9 PowerPoints in all (over 150 rich, information-packed slides, collectively) and graphic organizers and/or primary source handouts to acc
This is part of Reading Through History's unit covering the Great Depression. In this download there are four separate lessons dealing with the presidencies of Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt. The first lesson covers Herbert Hoover, explaining his life and his reaction to the onset of the Gr
Topic: Pearl Harbor/FDR/Day of Infamy Speech Subject Areas: ELA and Social Studies (Maybe Math)
Approximate Duration: 15 Days
Students will read over a course of several days, FDR's "Infamy" speech as well as read other historical artifacts from that day. They will learn about what hap
The following is a primary source reading activity. Students are provided the transcript of Franklyn D. Roosevelt's speech to a joint-session of Congress on December 8, 1941 asking for a declaration of war and students are asked to read the document and answer a set of five questions which follow t
Close Reading: Informational Text
5 leveled passages
Picture with Annotation and ELA Question
EXTRA TDQ's Sheet to print on the back
ALL-ON-ONE SHEET TO Save Time and Paper!
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This American Hero Social Studies BUNDLE offers 2 games to take your students from the beginning of your Franklin Delano Roosevelt - FDR unit through the end.
** The first set of cards allows your students to play a matching/concentration game to learn and practice essential vocabulary terms assoc
In this engaging activity, students will analyze six primary sources about FDR’s New Deal Programs during the Great Depression. To begin, students will learn about three popular critics of the New Deal; Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin and Francis Townsend. To assess their knowledge, students will
Picture Supported Assessment for FDR and the New Deal. Excellent for special education students with significant cognitive disabilities/Intellectual Disabilities, students with Autism or lower grade level.
Includes: Identifying Franklin D Roosevelt’s (FDR) picture, identifying that the New Deal was
FDR’s Quarantine Speech Response Letter (U.S. History)
To examine the U.S. foreign policy prior to World War II, students will write a response letter to FDR’s famous Quarantine Speech. Students will first listen to FDR’s Quarantine Speech (see YouTube) while high lighting important excerpts and
16 slide powerpoint about Franklin D. Roosevelt for elementary grades. Addresses early life, obstacles overcome, and contributions in simple language with lots of photos. Addresses GA Third Grade standards.
Take your students on a walking tour or gallery walk to discover the contributions and impacts made by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. From her early life married to FDR to her influence and projects at Val-Kill to her time in the United Nations and writing of the Declaration on Human Rights, student
Five files are included in FDR's First Hundred Days Pack.
- PowerPoint presentation
- Corresponding notes in Microsoft Word and PDF
- Corresponding cloze worksheets in Microsoft Word and PDF
Lesson Objective: To examine the formation of the New Deal.
Key Terms and People:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
FDR and Obama both became presidents during economic turmoil. How is this reflected in their inaugural addresses? The following assignment is heavy on citing primary sources to answer questions. Included is a lesson plan, excerpts from their inaugural speeches, questions for both speeches, a compare
Students create and deliver a Fireside Chat style radio address to the American Public between 1933 and 1938 on one of the New Deal Acts passed in FDRs first 100 days as president. The students must address 5 key points about the act (outlined on the handout) and then they complete a creative task.
Objective: To examine the formation of the New Deal.
Key Terms and People:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Presidential Election of 1932
Emergency Banking Relief Act
Audio - FDR's Inauguration Speech: March 4, 1933
Audio - Fir
This is a great activity to assess, or review the three historical figures studied third nine weeks in Georgia. My kids love doing these! I hope your students do as well.
FDR, eleanor, mary mcleod bethune historica
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Biography Research Poster Activity
Let your students show what they have learned about Franklin D. Roosevelt/ FDR by using this very basic 8.5 x 11 poster (landscape view) that focuses on categories of information.
They can fill in the information from a bo
47 page powerpoint on FDR and the New Deal. Includes Inauguration, Bank Reforms, Alphabet Soup programs, Social Security Act, Court packing, Critics of New Deal, Recession of 1937, and more. Includes pictures, political cartoons, and graphs
This activity begins by asking the students to think about the various ways that presidents connect with the general public today. Then, this product includes a general background on FDR's Fireside Chats. The activity includes listening to two excerpts from FDR's Fireside Chats: 1. Fireside Chat 1:
United States History: Hoover vs. FDR Comparison Chart. This Chart helps to compare and contrast Hoover and FDR by organizing their presidencies categorically. This chart organizes each president's philosophies, policies, and results! A quick easy activity to connect prior knowledge while comparin
Speech Analysis work having students compare and contrast the Day of Infamy speech by FDR that was given in reaction to Pearl Harbor vs. the message to the nation delivered by George W. Bush on 9/11/2001. This pairs skills with content and is an interesting comparison of historical events.
The impact of New Deal stimulus deficit spending will be more relevant to students if compared to the Bush bank bailout and Obama's stimulus deficit spending. This is a guided activity based on document citation and statistics relating if each, New Deal and Obama Stimulus, created more stimulus than
Need an engaging way to address America joinging WWII or the attack on Pearl Harbor?
Want to practice primary source analysis while teaching WW2?
President Franklin D Roosevelt's Day of Infamy Speech with guiding
Franklin D. Roosevelt Mini-Fold-Ems,
Research GOs, & Writing Templates + Extras
Grades 3-8+—85+ Pages!
Introduce, Research, and Enhance a Unit on the 32nd American President Franklin D. Roosevelt with this Hands-on Activity!
Simple Steps: Print, Cut, Add Inserts
Originally, I designed this for use with the Eleanor and Franklin Delano Roosevelt mini-biographies that are part of Georgia's Social Studies third grade curriculum. However, I'm sure that you could use this with any texts.
Students compare and contrast these two American Heroes using Venn diagram
Includes background information for FDR's speech declaring war on Japan with 8 questions, the speech, and 32 questions covering vocabulary and the speech.
Two page informational article
21 DBQ questions
Students review Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his 4 terms as president by making a timeline. The timeline incorporates political cartoons, news articles, maps, social media posts, new headlines, and academic summaries (each elements has requirements outlined in the instructions). A list of topic i