1920s Era Discounted Bundle!
Worksheets and Word Wall in one!
This 55-page bundle combines my popular 1920s Era Word Wall and 1920s Era Worksheets into a single ready-to-go product for your unit on the 1920s.
Purchasing this bundle saves you 20% off the cost of buying those products individually.
Note: To view detailed previews of this bundled product, please refer to the individual listings for the worksheets and the word wall.
This packet is perfect for use as introductory material, unit review, or for enrichment. The visually appealing materials are intended to support and enhance your own lessons, textbook, and class discussions. Saved in a binder, they provide students with a handy and easily accessible reference, study guide, or interactive notebook.
1920s Era Worksheets!
Are you teaching about the wild and expressive 1920s? This 32-page worksheet packet will provide your students with an extensive examination of this important period of history.
I have included contextual questions, graphs, timelines, and maps, as well as teacher answer pages.
Topics reviewed are:
-Notable people of the Jazz Age
-Langston Hughes and Jacob Lawrence
-Impact of the assembly line and the Model T
-Changes in technology
-Impact of the automotive industry
-Changes in communication
-Charting the growth of the telephone
-How electrification changed America
-Causes of the Great Migration
-Reasons African-Americans left the South
-Great Migration Map
-What the North offered to migrants
Bootleggers and speakeasies
1920s Era Word Wall!
Vocabulary, historical events, and concepts, can be a challenge for many students. Help them to remember, understand context, and use correct terminology, by posting this vibrant word wall during the unit. This attractive and visually appealing 23-page set, combines colorful graphics with photographs that I have carefully researched in historical archives. Print in color and laminate, and you will have a collection that provides a stunning display for your classroom that can be used for years. The packet covers the following topics:
-F. Scott Fitzgerald
-Alexander Graham Bell
Meets multiple History and Social Studies Standards
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