This interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on the Roaring 20s & Great Depression in an engaging way! This resource covers the Jazz Age through the end of the Great Depression.
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student note. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and engaged in the lesson!
In this resource you will find…
• 24 graphic organizers: 22 with text on them, and 2 left blank for your own customization.
• 8 1/2 pages of thorough suggested answers that you are free to use with these graphic organizers and flippables.
• Previews of each page in action for you or your students to reference.
• A cover page and table of contents is also included.
1. Key vocabulary – roaring 20s, flapper, prohibition, speakeasy, bootlegger, Harlem Renaissance, Black Tuesday, Black Sunday, deflation, depression, inflation, Social Security Act
2. Jazz age – origins of jazz, beginning, radio, youth, women
3. Fashion – influences, evolution of the flapper, behavior, image, appearance
4. Temperance movement – American Temperance Society, success, support from religious groups, 18th amendment
5. Prohibition – bootleggers, speakeasies, organized crime, end of Prohibition
6. Lost generation – famous members, literary themes, other uses for the term
7. Harlem Renaissance – background, religion, music, themes
8. New technologies – automobiles, radio, cinema, aviation, television, penicillin
9. Causes of the Great Depression – Stock Market crash, farmers struggle, borrowing, over-production, banking system, world debt & trade
10. Stock market crash – before the crash, the crash, the Great Depression, recovery
11. Bonus army – demands, march on Washington, camp, Congress, Hoover & the army, aftermath
12. Dust Bowl – cause, dust storms, black Sunday, farmers, okies, government aid
13. 1st New Deal – first 100 days, banking reform, stock market, prohibition, public works, farm programs, housing, emergency relief
14. 2nd New Deal – social security, works progress administration
15. City life – food, soup kitchens, clothes, school, Hoovervilles
16. Hoovervilles – name, occupants, conditions, size, hobos, end of Hoovervilles
17. Farm life – food, clothes, entertainment, school, dust storms, migration
18. Fireside chats – name, subjects, first chat, popularity
19. Empire State Building – design, construction, completion
20. Famous people – Louis Armstrong, Al Capone, Amelia Earhart, Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, Charles Lindbergh, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt
21. End of the Great Depression – causes, legacy, New Deal, public works
Please view the preview for an in-depth look at what is included in this resource!