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During the Great Depression FDR created a series of New Deal programs that focused on Relief, Recovery, and Reform. These programs were known as the "alphabet soup" and some are still apart of today's society. In this PowerPoint or Google Slide (if uploaded to drive) project students will research and provide information on who was FDR? What was the New Deal? What were some of his key programs? What programs are still in effect today and how do they help our society? The grading rubric is attached on the last slide!
History-Social Science Framework: "To make production s from the New Deal local and concrete, students might participate in a project in which they identify and study something that was created during the New Deal"
This question can frame students' investigations of the New Deal: How did the New Deal attempt to remedy problems from the Great Depression?
Students can study dissident voices in the New Deal and analyze the effects of the New Deal by exploring what areas of the U.S. society were addressed?
(Pages 538 - 541)