Of all the things I do in my classroom, this may be my favorite!
This lesson is a fun and great way to wrap up a unit on the 1920s Jazz Age in America, and give you students the experience of being in a speakeasy. Your kids will have a BLAST and will always remember it. It will be a fabulous visual for them, as well as leaving an impression of the important people who played a role in 1920s culture.
This lesson will require some prep on your part, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get everything set up and ready to go. It comes best at the end of a 1920s unit, but could also be a good introduction. If you can time it that way, it is also a great lesson to do on a Friday or the day before a break.
Included in this lesson are the steps you will take in order to put everything together, as well as the worksheet for the students to use and an answer key for you.
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