1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks

1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
1920s Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with Creative Tasks
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Students read an account on prohibition during the Roaring 20s from the point of view of a German tourist to New York in 1927. They answer 10 questions, complete 2 creative tasks (one involves propaganda posters from 2 points of view and the other involves a museum exhibit), and analyze 8 images by responding to 4 prompts for 4 images and completing a creative task for the other 4 images. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate!

Sample questions include:
--Discuss the meaning of the phrase "social ill" and explain how people connected alcohol and some social ills.
--Succinctly summarize von Luckner's first experience with prohibition.
--Bootlegging was illegal, and the government knew about it, so how/why did people get away with it?
--Why did the taste for alcohol spread? Can you draw a parallel to something in your life or society today? Explain your answer fully.

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