President Warren Harding Review Activity

President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
President Warren Harding Review Activity
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  1. These 19 resources introduce students to the Great Depression and New Deal. Included are 2 power points, graphic organizers, a timeline project, pamphlet reviews, reading guides, editable tests, image and caption matching, presidential interviews, and MORE!!! Most of the activities would be great
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Students complete a 3 part activity to review President Harding and his presidency. The first part has 6 questions to help students review factual parts of Hardin's time in office. In the second part of the activity students "interview" Harding right after his inauguration (5 questions and answers), in the third part they conduct his last interview on his deathbed (6 questions and answers), and the last task is a bonus creative opportunity. An answer key is included where appropriate. This would work for a sub.

Sample questions include:

--Explain the purpose of the Washington Naval Conference and whether or not Harding supported it.

--Summarize what Harding envisioned the Fordney-McCumber Tariff accomplishing for America(ns).

--Identify the academic phrase associated with the following quote, and then summarize the quote to demonstrate understanding.

--What do you think will be your biggest challenge in achieving your goals?

--What do you consider your greatest success? Would Americans agree with your answer, why or why not?

--Do you think you deserve to be remembered as one of America’s worst presidents, why or why not? Is it better to be remembered as a bad/ineffective president or to be a forgotten president and why?

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