This resource can be used in a variety of ways as a summary exercise on a lesson covering the New Deal and unemployment and industry. For example –
– Students can write a summary of the lesson using all four images as prompts.
– Students can identify the odd photo out and justify it.
– Students can identify the links between the photos like a visual hexagon activity.
– Students can use the photos to plan an answer to the central question outlined in the resource.
This resource is a visual activity focusing upon the question of How did Hoover tackle the Great Depression? The images all relate to this question and students are asked to identify each image and how it relates to the central question.
These resources cover a lesson on entertainment in America during the 1920s. These have been requested by my students to put up on the blog – especially by Mr. P.!
Roaring 1920s worksheet
These lesson resources are focused upon why prohibition failed and the presentation contains the customary, starter, plenary, main task and lesson content. Both the word cloud and plenary activity are available elsewhere on the blog where a more detailed explanation for each task is given.
Prohibition – a failure
These lesson resources focus upon the reasons why prohibition was introduced into the United States in 1920. PowerPoint contains content, starter and plenary as well as a main task with extension tasks.
Introduction of Prohibition
These lesson resources include a word cloud, a PowerPoint presentation with the customary starter, plenary and main content as well as a worksheet with all the key tasks and extension work.
Women in 1920s USA
Women in 1920s America worksheet
This PowerPoint is written for a lesson on the Monkey Trial featuring John Scopes. The resources contain a starter, lesson content, tasks and a plenary.