12+ digital interactive notebook pages on theGreat Depression
for differentiating in your classroom. Students analyze Herbert Hoover's policies, discover the effect on daily life, and more. Potential responses included.
Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes:
- clickable graphic organizers for students
- color coded boxes for the big ideas
- teacher tips
- possible responses for notes on the Great Depression
- Black-line masters of all pages
Great to use with other Great Depression activities.
- Causes of the Great Depression
- Stock Market Crash of 1929
- The Dustbowl
- Herbert Hoover’s policies
- Daily life in the city
- Daily life on the farms
- Breadlines and soup kitchens
- 1932 Presidential election
- The first New Deal
- Tennessee Valley Authority
- The Civilian Conservation Corps
- The second New Deal
- The End of the Great Depression
Save a bundle!
This resource is available in the following bundles:
- US History 20th Century Digital Interactive Notebook Bundle
- US History Twentieth Century Teacher Resource Bundle (Growing)
which begins with the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (late 19th/early 20th century).
More Interactive Notebook Sets can be found here.
Great Depression Resources such as those below can be found herehere
- Great Depression: Primary Source Analysis and Activity with Photos
- Great Depression: Student-centered unit project
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