U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis

U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
U.S. History - The 1950s Gallery Walk Document Analysis
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This complete three-part lesson is a great way to introduce both the cultural norms and counter-culture movements of the 1950s in the U.S.

The lesson includes a bellringer activity, document analysis gallery walk, and exit ticket.

The documents are akin to those found in DBQs, but can be used to improve primary source analysis skills in general.

Ten documents included contain excerpts from:

- Jack Kerouac

- Allen Ginsberg

- Betty Friedan

- Elvis Presley

- Malvina Reynolds

Documents are in multiple media, and include segments from:

- Books

- Song Lyrics

- Poems

- Advertisements

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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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