Lessons for The Great Depression

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  • The 1930s: Drastic Times Call For Drastic Measures ... - … 13 The Great Depression and the Federal Government Students will examine how the Great Depression helped change the role of the federal government in the American economy. Students will examine the … ' prior knowledge about the effects of the Great Depression. Plan the content emphasis of the lesson based on the students' responses. 1 The Great Depression and the Federal Government Grade 10 …
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  • The 1930s: Drastic Times Call For Drastic Measures - … The Great Depression and the Federal Government Students will examine how the Great Depression he lped change the role of the federal government in the American economy. Students will examine the … students' prior knowledge about the effects of the Great Depression. Plan the content emphasis of the lesson based on the students' responses. 1 The Great Depression and the Federal Government - Grade …
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  • What Was So Depressing About the Great Depression? - … So Depressing About the Great Depression? Title: Title: What Was So Depressing About the Great Depression? What Was So Depressing About the Great Depression?Overview/Annotation: This lesson focuses on the effects of the Great Depression … during the period of the Great Depression.The Great DepressionA brief description on the effect on business and employment during the period of the Great Depression.6.)Website: (Photographs of the Great Depression) This …
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  • The Great Depression and the Federal Government ... - … the resulting expansion of the role of the federal government. Lesson Summary: Students will study the effects of the Great Depression on the role of the federal government in the … ' prior knowledge about the effects of the Great Depression. Plan the content emphasis of the lesson based on the students' responses. 1 The Great Depression and the Federal Government Grade 10 … the measures enacted under the Hoover Administration get the country out of the Great Depression?" (The measures were initiated only after the Great Depression had taken a firm hold on the
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  • F.D.R. and the New Deal - … a basic understanding of the events causing the Great Depression and its effect on society. See the Consortium s The Great Depression, available in the Database of Civic Resources … the economy were put to the test with the onset of The Great Depression. President Hoover made attempts to stop "the downward spiral" of the Great Depression by hoping that thethe Depression took hold, the United States presidential election of 1932 took place. Reminding students that the effects of the 1929 Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression
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  • Great Depression - … source images from the Great Depression (10 example images are available on slides 14 23 of the Great Depression Power Point) Examining Images of the Great Depression handout, attached … an overview of the Great Depression, continue with the Great Depression Power Point, stopping after slide 14. Teachers can optionally provide the attached Great Depression PPT Picture Notes to … .civics.unc.edu/ 5 The Great Depression PPT Picture Notes Notes Black Thursday: Black Tuesday: The Great Depression Definition/Summary: Effects: Causes of the Great Depression: Draw a picture …
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  • What Caused the Great Depression? - … the Great Depression that relate to the causes of the Depression outline in the completed Attachment A and that show a sense of the despair and desperation of the … of the factors contributing to the Great Depression. Have students compare what is currently happening related to the selected factor with the conditions that led to the Great Depression … them to the causes of the Great Depression. Have them identify developments during the 1930s that made the Depression unique in American history. 3 What Caused the Great Depression? Grade …
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  • The Great Depression - … . Burgen, Michael. The Great Depression. Minneapolis: Compass Books, 2002. Ruth, Amy. Growing Up in the Great Depression 1929 to 1941. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2003. The Great Depression, Inflation, Wages and Salaries - Adult: Bernanke, Ben S. Essays on the Great Depression. Princeton …
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  • California – Becoming an Agricultural and Industrial Power - … did the Great Depression affect California and the rest of the nation? * How did the Dust Bowl affect California? 14. How did the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression affect the … water from the Colorado River to the Imperial Valley.) Great Depression and the Dust Bowl Woody Guthrie (singer and songwriter who wrote songs about the Great Depression) John Steinbeck,(author who described the
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  • Past and Present Parallels - … vocabulary and concepts of the Great Depression. They explore the factors that led to the Great Depression and compare them to the economic conditions of the recent recession of … project Objectives: The learner will: identify major causes of the Great Depression. compare/contrast the Great Depression to the recession of 2008-2009. read excepts from The Grapes of … about the Great Depression. Tell the learners that some people think the economic situation of 2008-2009 was similar to the economic situation leading up to the Great Depression
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