This project embodies student choice. Students choose the format and topic of their Great Depression themed project
Students might select to investigate bread lines, the Tennessee Valley Authority, or Herbert Hoover. A large topic is included to get students started. Will your students do a newscast or stop-motion film or journal be about? Students use the organizers provided to research their Great Depression-related topic. Students bring together information and analysis in a project that is presented in science fair style. How will your students connect the past with the present?
Included in this project guide:
- Project topics
- Project formats
- Research Template
- Organizing Your Research
- Project Timeline
- Peer-to-Peer Feedback
- Teacher project tracker form
- Student project reflection
Great for your study of the Great Depression along with:
- Great Depression: Primary Source Analysis and Activity with Photos
- Great Depression: Quick and Easy Newspaper Collaborative 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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