Prohibition Passed, 18th Amendment, Gangsters, Al Capone, Flappers, 19th Amendment, Women's Right to Vote, Harlem Renaissance, Model T, Henry Ford, Movies, Charlie Chaplin, Silent Movies to Sound, and Buying lots of Stocks.
This project is a project that I use to teach an overview of the Roaring Twenties. There are 8 events that students research information on. When they are finished I have them write an overall summary of the Roaring 20s. This is a very STUDENT-CENTERED activity. There is a rubric included for easy grading. You can scale the score to fit points for your class. The directions are simple, and provide for a lot of student CREATIVITY!
The eight events that students investigate are:
Women's Right to Vote
Silent to Sound Movies
Buying lots of stocks
Enjoy this lesson! This activity is great for VISUAL AND VERBAL LEARNERS!
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