A collection of sorts. Here you'll find an introduction to growing nativism of the 1920s as it relates to the immigration quotas and the Sacco & Vanzetti Case. Included are primary source documents taken from Regents exams. Also included are a
Contains a graphic organizer broken down into areas of concern addressed by LBJ's Great Society. Then, students use primary and secondary source docs to analyze the effectiveness and goals of the Great Society.
A collection of political cartoons depicting various events in 20th century American imperialism. Includes Seward's Folly, Spanish American War, Open Door Policy, Big Stick Policy, Panama Canal, etc.
Great for hanging around the room during the
Here you'll find three things. A Do Now that examines the Ford Model T. A notes sheet broken up into the key components of how the economy changed in the Roaring Twenties. These act as guided notes.
Then, you've got every regents document based on
Is Hoover to blame for the Great Depression? Is it the man that makes the times OR the times that make the man? Using two primary sources, one from FDR and one from Hoover, have the class debate this essential question! Great for common core inquiry
28 pages of New Deal ads and cartoons. Many feature criticisms of the New Deal and FDR in general as well as "propaganda" posters for the New Deal. Great to hang in your room or to use as a gallery walk
This is a great culminating activity. Students look at some of the events associated with the ending of WWII. Then, students will take a look at various sources to try and determine why Truman dropped the bomb. In other words, students try to
This is key, folks. Tons and tons of primary and secondary sources in chronological order to help students use an inquiry-based approach to understanding the origins and causes of the Cold War. Includes sources from the Yalta Conference, Iron