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Economic Changes Between the Wars

Economic Changes Between the Wars
Economic Changes Between the Wars
Economic Changes Between the Wars
Economic Changes Between the Wars
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This one page reading plus one page of questions summarizes the Economic changes found primarily in the Western world during the "Between the Wars" era. It chronicles the post World War I economic woes of Europe and of American agriculture leading to the crash of the New York stock exchange and the onset of the Great Depression. This is designed for middle school or high school students. The reading is visually appealing and broken into chunks. It can be used for classwork, homework, research or as a platform for projects. Questions are content based and designed to target essential content acquisition. If interested in similar readings on the "Between the Wars" era, check other offerings by this author. A set of 10 readings is available as a Between the Wars Unit (plus lesson suggestions).

*PLEASE NOTE: This product is NOT modifiable.

BTW: Economic by The Lady Lion is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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3 pages
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30 minutes
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