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Critics of the New Deal Primary Source Analysis Activity  In this engaging activity, students will analyze six primary sources about FDR’s New Deal Programs during the Great Depression. To begin, students will learn about three popular critics of the New Deal; Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin and Francis Townsend. To assess their knowledge, students will write a paragraph about their opinion of the New Deal.

Great Depression - Analyzing FDR’s New Deal Programs (Common-Core)

Critics of the New Deal Primary Source Analysis Activity In this engaging activity, students will analyze six primary sources about FDR’s New Deal Programs during the Great Depression. To begin, students will learn about three popular critics of the New Deal; Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin and Francis Townsend. To assess their knowledge, students will write a paragraph about their opinion of the New Deal.

Analyzing FDR’s New Deal Programs (The Great Depression) This common-core aligned activity will help your students understand the New Deal programs created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression in America. Students will work in pairs to analyze 11 new deal programs. After reading the informational text and looking at a primary source picture, they will complete sentence frames, describe the program today and predict if it was a Relief, Recovery or Reform program.

Great Depression-Analyzing FDR’s New Deal Programs (U.S. History)

Analyzing FDR’s New Deal Programs (The Great Depression) this is political because it shows how FDR is trying to get out of the Great Depression.

This 8-page, common-core aligned DBQ will help students analyze the causes of the Cold War. Students will analyze several primary sources including famous speeches, political cartoons, maps and charts. Using evidence from the primary sources, students will then be asked to write a 5-paragraph-essay. Print and Google Docs included!  A shorter version is also available where students will write only a paragraph. Sentence frames are included to help struggling writers.  Primary Sources…

Cold War - DBQ -Who Started the Cold War? Document Based Questions Writing Activity

This common-core aligned DBQ will help students analyze the causes of the Cold War. Students will analyze several primary sources including famous speeches, political cartoons, maps and charts. Using evidence from the primary sources, students wil.

This common-core aligned activity will have your students “think like an historian” by analyzing primary sources to answer the central historical question: Was it militarily necessary to drop the atomic bomb? Six primary sources and a graphic organizer is included. As a formative assessment you can have your students write a simple DBQ thesis statement, paragraph or essay.

World War II – The Atomic Bomb Decision Primary Source Analysis

This common-core aligned activity will have your students "think like an historian" by analyzing primary sources to answer the central historical question: Was it militarily necessary to drop the atomic bomb? Six primary sources and a graphic organizer

The Cuban Missile Crisis SOUPSTONE Primary Source Analysis Worksheet  This 2-page, common-core aligned activity will help students analyze the causes of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Diverse types of sources are included for your students to analyze. The SOUPSTONE strategy is used.  Note: SOAPSTONE is a primary source analysis strategy (find the Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, Tone) and a list of questions related to each source. $  #education #teaching

COLD WAR -The Cuban Missile Crisis SOAPSTONE Primary Source Analysis Worksheetet

The Cuban Missile Crisis SOUPSTONE Primary Source Analysis Worksheet This 2-page, common-core aligned activity will help students analyze the causes of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Diverse types of sources are included for your students to analyze. The SOUPSTONE strategy is used. Note: SOAPSTONE is a primary source analysis strategy (find the Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, Tone) and a list of questions related to each source. $ #education #teaching

Treaty of Versailles 14 points World War I WH Primary Source Document ActivityThis product is also included in a bundle that has all of my best-selling  FIRST SEMESTER OF US HISTORY  or try my  THE WHOLE YEAR OF US HISTORYThis is a primary source document activity where the students get to analyze Wilson's 14 points and try and create the Treaty of Versailles.

Treaty of Versailles Primary Source Activity

Treaty of Versailles 14 points World War I WH Primary Source Document ActivityThis product is also included in a bundle that has all of my best-selling FIRST SEMESTER OF US HISTORY or try my THE WHOLE YEAR OF US HISTORYThis is a primary source document activity where the students get to analyze Wilson's 14 points and try and create the Treaty of Versailles.

Great Depression - Song Analysis Project with Rubric (This Land is Your Land) - This 4 page Great Depression teaching resource contains a project that requires students to analyze the song This Land id Your Land by Woody Guthrie and the ways in which it relates to the overall events of the Great Depression.

Great Depression - Song Analysis Project with Rubric (This Land is Your Land)

An activity/ project that could be used after a guided note session on the Great Depression and before reading a Depression Era novel and begin teaching skills that students will need to interpret the novel.

Primary source analysis of photos is impactful way to examine the Great Depression.  I love to see what my students create.

Great Depression Primary Source Analysis and center Activity of Photos

With this ready-to-use set of primary source photos from the Great Depression students create a story of the era. Students conduct primary source analysis of at least two photos from the selection provided. Students then work individually, in partners or

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