These 10 resource for the Roaring 20s introduce the social trends/events/people of the 1920s in US History, including but not limited to: Red Scare, immigration and nativism, flappers, prohibition, Al Capone, Wright Brothers, Lindbergh, Sacco and Vanzetti, and the Scopes Monkey Trial.
The Palmer Raids file includes a primary source analysis with 10 questions, a point of view writing prompt, and an image analysis for 6 political cartoons. The prohibition resource has 10 questions, 2 creative tasks, and 8 images for students to analyze. The Wright Brothers file has 8 questions for students to answer and 2 creative tasks, including creating a museum exhibit. The editable test has short answer, matching, true/false, and multiple choice questions. The Immigration and Nativism file has a one page overview with 5 questions for students to answer an 8 images to analyze. The pamphlet activity has students work with 4 people, events, and concepts from the 1920s in a mix of historical accuracy and creativity. Students also get to match 20 images to a caption or dialogue exchange. The slang activity is a great way to introduce the unit, and the collage project is great for the students learn more about the time period and teach each other the topics in more detail. All answer keys/rubrics/points distributions are included where appropriate.
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To recap, you get:
Roaring 20s Primary Source Image Activity
1920s Pamphlet Activity
Immigration and Nativism in the 1920s Overview and Image Analysis
Prohibition Primary Source and Image Analysis with 2 Creative Tasks
The Wright Brothers Primary Source Analysis and Creative Tasks
The Roaring 20s Power Point
Palmer Raids Primary Source and Image Analysis
The Roaring 20s Test
1920s Slang Intro Activity
This is included in my US History MEGA Bundle 2
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