1950s in America Infographics Analysis
Allow students to investigate the decade of the 1950s in America with this Google Drive Interactive Notebook Lesson.
Cold War Arms Race
Brown v. Board of Education
Building the Interstate Highway System
American GI Bill & Baby Boom
Suburbia in America
American Prosperity & Disparity
Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement & MLK Jr.
Statistics of the Decade
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Using visually appealing Infographics on the 1950s, students can complete this Google Drive Activity while analyzing Numbers and Statistics, Timeline Events, and Category Comparisons.
The BRAGS Graphic Organizer is included for students to record components of the event. They are also directed to explain the Big Picture and the Significance in History.
Includes 11 digital or printable pages:
3 Infographics on the 1950s (Numbers, Timeline, Comparison Images)
4 Interactive Digital & BRAGS Student Organizers
Specific & Generalized Answer Key
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Great for skills practice, the reviewing of core content, AP Prep, or the introduction of the topic at the beginning of a unit. A number of other implementation ideas are provided in the teacher notes!
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