With this ready-to-use set of primary source photos from the Great Depression
students create a story of the era. Students conduct primary source analysis of at least two photos from the selection provided. Students then work individually, in partners or in small groups to create a story from the photos.
This detailed guide includes:
- Teacher guidelines for introducing the activity
- Student handouts and directions for primary source analysis and activity
- 12 photos from the Great Depression.
Great Depression Resources such as those below can be found herehere<?strong>:
- Great Depression: Primary Source Analysis and Activity with Photos
- Great Depression: Student-centered unit projectative Project
This product is available as part of a US History Twentieth Century Teacher Resource Bundle (Growing) which begins with the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (late 19th/early 20th century).
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