Here are three fantastic graphic organizers I created for my students. The first in the series explains the causal relationship between the Second Industrial Revolution and the consumer culture of the 1920s as well as the impact of new technology on 1920s culture. The second compares and contrasts the cultural conflicts of the 1920s in a table that asks the students to analyze events and how they fit into the modern and traditional debate of the decade. The students will focus on topics such as religion, race and gender. The last organizer asks the students to find the similarities of the Presidents during this roaring era.