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This is it! An IN-DEPTH study of the New Deal. Students will examine all different aspects of the New Deal and use information that they have learned to facilitate an amazing Primary Source analysis of the New Deal. Digital and Paper Copies Included!This "New Deal Alphabet Soup" Distance Learning
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
In this set of activities students will learn more about the New Deal Alphabet Soup Agencies of the Great Depression. Each student will research and illustrate the key concepts of one New Deal agency. Their illustrations will be drawn on a soup pot. Then, all of the soup pots will be arranged around
This is an enrichment poster project for the New Deal. Students will need to use the internet to be able to go more in depth to complete the information that is required for the poster. There are 14 different New Deal Programs listed for this project. There is a rubric attached as well that assess
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Grades:
9th - 12th
Bring your Great Depression SS unit to life using this New Deal Alphabet Soup Digital activity. This project will allow your students to apply what they have learned from your Great Depression unit and allow them to research various New Deal programs a little deeper. This is great for distant learni
Students analyze what each agency or legislation does and label them as relief, recovery, or reform. Great for a classwork or homework.
Teacher-prepared notes show students what is important and how ideas relate, and offer a model for how students should take notes themselves (Marzano et al., 2001). This fill-in-the-blank graphic organizer is perfect for your student's interactive notebook. It looks at the 3 R's of the New Deal (Re
This editable PowerPoint presentation introduces The New Deal for students! It differentiates the ideas of relief, recovery, and reform, and walks students through a series of eight newly enacted programs.It includes...an embedded video link to a short excerpt of FDR's inaugural speech, allowing stu
This is a great handout to help students learn many New Deal Programs and also draw comparisons between them. I often use this lesson when teaching about the New Deal to help the students reach their own conclusions about the main goal of the New Deal (creating jobs). This could also be adapted to a
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11th - 12th
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A reading assignment about FDR's New Deal, looking at FDR's Alphabet Agencies. A great way to introduce the subject. The reading comes from a really great website, ushistory.org, under their free textbook tab. The information presented is theirs, I made up the questions. This can be done as a web qu
This differentiated choice board offers student nine activities to choose from that center around the New Deal. The activities are titled as follows: CCC: Civilian Conservation Corp; SEC: Security Exchange Commission; NYA: National Youth Administration; TVA: Tennessee Valley Authority; FDR's First 1
Students will research New Deal agencies using the provided link or outside sources. They will determine the purpose of the program and who/what it was intended to help.Can be used digitally or in person.Includes key.
This auto graded Google Forms assignment asks students to match a series of New Deal agencies with the most appropriate purpose for the program (Relief, Recovery, or Reform).Students are presented with a link to a Khan Academy reading about the agencies and then a matching activity where Agencies ar
• The purpose of this project is to familiarize students with many New Deal Programs. • Students will create an ABC’s of the New Deal Booklet. • They can then use the booklet as a resource to write essays and answer questions about New Deal programs. • Six discussions are included with this less
21st Century Learning (GOOGLE CLASSROOM)This assignment is a great way to introduce or review a topic for students learning remotely. The article link is provided and students complete the following assignment:1. Go to the following link and Read the article (5-10 minute read time)2. Write (4) Inte
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
 I created these 30 New Deal Alphabet Agencies subject questions to get my students motivated to practice the research skills we’ve learned in class. I use them with grades 5th-8th but you could use them with upper elementary all the way through high school. My middle school students love when I pul
21st Century Learning (PERFECT FOR EMAIL OR MICROSOFT TEAMS)This assignment is a great way to introduce or review a topic for students learning remotely. The article link is provided and students complete the following assignment:1. Go to the following link and Read the article (1 Page Articles 10
In this activity/graphic organizer worksheet students will separate the 1st New Deal programs from the 2nd New Deal programs. Students can then take notes on the different programs and their purpose.
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6th - 9th
Using the information at https://livingnewdeal.org/what-was-the-new-deal/programs/ students can fill out this worksheet on the Alphabet Agencies
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8th - 11th, Staff

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Worksheet for understanding the New Deal Initiatives using ushistory.org online test book chapter 49.
Grades:
8th - 12th
Handout that will help students understand the significance of FDR's new deal programs
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10th - 11th
The attachment includes 5 new deal programs that are discussed in 5th grade. It is a match up with the program to the definition. I suggest printing them on cardstock and laminating them. After that, I place Velcro on the back of each piece and on a large piece of paper so students can match them
Students are tasked with creating a children's ABC book that explains various programs, promises, and elements of the New Deal. By pretending that they are teaching it to someone else, they manage to simplify it for themselves and retain the information!
A Graphic Organizerfor the programs of the New Deal
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9th - 12th
This amazing, all-encompassing Great Depression and New Deal PowerPoint lesson covers the causes of the Depression through President Roosevelt's New Deal. Included with the download are a PowerPoint, editable guided notes pages, Google Slides version, and a fully-narrated "flipped classroom" video!

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