Progressive Era: Prohibition

Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
Progressive Era: Prohibition
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73 MB|5-page graphic organizer, 45-slide PowerPoint presentation
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Prohibition. Temperance. 21st Amendment. Al Capone.

Lesson 4 of The Progressive Era (1877-1920): **CAN BE ALTERED!** Prohibition. This engaging and visually appealing 45-slide PowerPoint presentation is easy to understand with content illustrated with charts and pictures.

Key words include:
Temperance
Prohibition
Frances Willard
Second Great Awakening
Saloons
Carry Nation
18th Amendment
Volstead Act
Bootlegger
Speakeasy
21st Amendment

PLEASE NOTE: This lesson is a PowerPoint document. The TEXT in this PowerPoint document can be altered, as can the order of the slides, transitions between slides, and animation of bullet points. The photos and proprietary fonts (in the titles and backgrounds) have been “digitally flattened” and are NOT able to be altered. This protects against copyright violation. Please understand what you are buying and my Terms of Use before purchasing this lesson. Thank you!

Overarching Question for this presentation (Thinking Focus Question):
Why did the temperance movement work to ban all alcohol in the United States?

This PowerPoint presentation examines:
- Women and social reform
- The goals of the Temperance Movement
- Frances Willard and the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union
- Why ban alcohol: social and moral reasons
- The Second Great Awakening and its influence on prohibition
- The emergence of the concept of individual choice and responsibility
- Saloons and their impact on prohibition
- President Herbert Hoover and his “noble experiment”
- Carry Nation and her passionate crusade for temperance
- The beer industry and anti-German feelings
- Eighteenth Amendment and President Woodrow Wilson’s veto
- The Volstead Act
- Organized crime (Al Capone), bootleggers and speakeasies
- The Great Depression and prohibition
- Amending the Volstead Act and the 21st Amendment

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Total Pages
5-page graphic organizer, 45-slide PowerPoint presentation
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Included
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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