- Students review various aspects of FDR's presidency with a timeline project, a "make your own" Fireside Chat, and an interview activity. They also analyze 4 of his speeches (Quarantine, Four Freedoms, Day of Infamy, and one from a selection of 10 where students take on the role of press reporter) w$16.50$20.50Save $4.00
- These resources introduce students to the Great Depression and New Deal. Included are 2 power points, graphic organizers, a timeline project, pamphlet reviews, reading guides, primary source analysis activities, editable tests, image and caption matching, presidential interviews, and MORE!!! Most$48.00$66.75Save $18.75
- Students review various aspects of the Great Depression and New Deal with these 16 activities. Included are pamphlet reviews, graphic organizers, presidency reviews, image and caption matching, review games, reading guides, and more! The answers, point distributions, and rubrics are included wher$35.00$49.25Save $14.25
Students create and deliver a Fireside Chat style radio address to the American Public between 1933 and 1938 on one of the New Deal Acts passed in FDRs first 100 days as president or from the Second New Deal. The students must address 5 key points about the act (outlined on the handout) and then they complete a creative task. Depending on your school, you might even be able to get students to actually present their addresses over the PA system. Websites are included to give students a starting point for research.
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