This lesson transitions from the failed Presidency of Hoover and moves to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s early days as president. In order for the President to gain the people’s trust he had to begin working quickly and show the people that he was there to do his best. This lesson deals with the banking crisis and FDR’s use of his fireside chats to communicate to the public.
Included in this lesson:
-Political cartoon that transitions from the Hoover Presidency to Roosevelt.
-Banking crisis fireside chat with discussion questions
-Homework assignment for students to create a tweet if Twitter was available to FDR
This lesson plan is written using the PAR (Preparation, Activities, Reflection) format.
This PowerPoint presentation includes 11 slides that supplement a lesson on FDRs banking crisis fireside chat. Three of the slides have notes if you wish to have students copy them down to review for assessments. The presentation opens up with a political cartoon featuring Hoover and FDR and transitions into FDR’s Presidency.
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