Looking for an innovative and engaging lesson on the The Economy of the 1920's? Do you want to go totally PAPERLESS? Look no further!
This "The Economy of the Twenties" Digital Activity includes:
1) An activity that assess your students's comprehension of the key factors of the 1920's economy. Students will answer questions about the stability of the economy and the factors that led to the boom. Students will examine the factors in the economy that people thought were great but ended up being the cause of the great depression. Your students will then read and examine four primary sources that help them to understand the boom of the economy that leads to the greatest economic hardship in U.S. history.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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The Economy of the Twenties Bundle
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