Visually-Stunning 324 slide PowerPoint with Rock-Solid United States History!
I teach AP United States History but my PowerPoints are used by all the U.S. History teachers in my school. It’s perfect for whatever level you teach.
IF YOU LIKE THIS POWERPOINT, YOU CAN BUY THE WHOLE SERIES AT A CHEAPER PRICE. My AP United States History series contains these same PowerPoints but at a lower cost. TPT recently increased the maximum size of files to 1.0 GB which makes this new, more ideal, packaging of these PowerPoints possible. However, if you are just looking for a shorter PowerPoint covering a specific time period in US history, this product might be perfect for you.
This 324 slide PowerPoint carefully explores the boom and bust period from the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression and the New Deal. The PowerPoint includes class notes, high resolution photographs, political cartoons, artwork and maps, dozens of primary source excerpts, and questions for classroom discussion.
Topics covered in this PowerPoint include:
I. The Red Scare
II. Prohibition and Religious Fundamentalism
III. Mass Consumption: Cars, Planes, Radio, Movies
IV. Women and the 1920s
V. The Literary Works of the “Lost Generation”
VI. The 1920s Bull Market
VII. Republican Presidents of the 1920s
VIII. American Isolationism Returns
IX. Herbert Hoover and the Stock Market Crash of 1929
X. The Election of 1932
XI. FDR and the New Deal
XII. A New Deal for Farmers
XIII. A New Deal for Industry
XIV. A New Deal for American Workers
XV. The Social Welfare System
XVI. The Limits of the New Deal
XVII. The New Deal Assessed
Too many PowerPoints offer one-dimensional, teacher-centric presentations that are more technologically inclined than blackboards and chalk but basically do the same thing. My PowerPoints are designed to add a three-dimensional quality to teaching history. In addition to the class notes, I include the images, primary and secondary sources, charts and graphs, and other material that you would want to use in your lesson. What this PowerPoint does is bring them all together in one coherent presentation. These presentations have taken years to refine but 17 years into my teaching career, it is these PowerPoints that keep me enthusiastically greeting every class I teach.