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Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7

Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Progressive Era PPT - APUSH New Curriculum Framework - Period 7
Product Description
From: History is Old

PowerPoint Presentation on the United States during the Progressive Era (1900-1917). Covers the causes of progressivism, its manifestations, and results.

Based on AMSCO Review Guide. Period 7 (1898-1945) of the new AP US History Curriculum Framework. Skeletal framework, must augment presentation with prior knowledge or while using the AMSCO text.

Begins with an essential question and contains link to all images and primary sources for analysis, as well as suggested links for continued exploration. Also includes a flowchart on the causes of progressivism, links to helpful websites for enrichment, and multiple primary sources (images) for analysis.

Terms of Use:
Purchase is for home and/or classroom use only. Please do not share or redistribute these materials with others unless multiple licenses have been purchased. Materials may not be resold, posted on a website, blog, or school server.

Tags:
APUSH, Advanced Placement United States History, Period 7, Progressive Era, Teddy Roosevelt, William Taft, Woodrow Wilson, 16th, 17th, 19th Amendment, LaFollette, Eugene Debs, eugenics, Women's Suffrage, Muckrakers, Jacob Riis, Ida Tarbell, reform, temperance, Prohibition, initiative, referendum, recall, Federal Reserve, Ballinger Pinchot Affair, trust-busting
Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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