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Using PowerPoint in Your Lessons . A sample for a lesson on the Great Depression For STEPS 1 & 2 of the AHPPA By the Fred Fisher. Aim: The “Great Depression” A Major Social Problem in American History. The Great Depression of the 1930’s. Have you ever been. Depressed ?. How did you feel?.

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using powerpoint in your lessons

Using PowerPoint in Your Lessons

A sample for a lesson on the Great Depression

For STEPS 1 & 2 of the AHPPA

By the Fred Fisher

have you ever been
Have you ever been

Depressed?

How did you feel?

what is depression
What Is Depression?
  • Is it just sadness?
  • Is it an illness?
  • Is it common?
what causes depression in people
What Causes Depression in People?
  • Loss of Friends
  • Death
  • Illness
  • Loss of income- job
  • Missed opportunities
  • A feeling of a loss of control over one’s future

Which of these do you think is the most important?

a definition of depression
A Definition of Depression

Write your own definition of the word “depression”

economic depression
ECONOMIC DEPRESSION
  • Economics. A period of drastic decline in a national or international economy, characterized by decreasing business activity, falling prices, and unemployment
depression
Depression

How does this definition compare to you definition of “depression?”

the nineteen thirties in america
THE NINETEEN THIRTIES IN AMERICA

Group responsibilities

  • Slide Recorder
  • 2 Slide Evaluators
  • PPA worksheet recorder
viewing worksheet
VIEWING WORKSHEET
  • SLIDE #EVIDENCE
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • ETC
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WEST VIRGINIA 1934

Slide # 2

1:

2:

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OKLAHOMA 1936

SLIDE # 4

1:

2

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ARKANSAS 1936

Slide # 8

1:

2:

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Soup Kitchen 1935

SLIDE # 9

1:

2:

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Let’s sing along: “Brother Can You Spare A Dime”

SLIDE # 11

Lyrics

TeacherTube Videovp

List Evidence for The Great Depression in songs

1:

2:

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An Oral History of the Great Depression

Slide # 12

http://www.studsterkel.org/htimes.php

Gather Evidence for the PROBLEMS in the GREAT DEPRESSION from this website

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Slide # 13

Look at Images of the Great Depression at the hyperlink below

When you open it, click on “words” and gather evidence of the era

http://204.244.141.13/writ_den/h15/direct.htm

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Slide # 14

GATHERING THE EVIDENCE Of Causes Of The Great Depression

Search Through The Images On The Website Below.

Write down evidence that you glean from the images shown

http://www.english.uiuc.edu/maps/depression/photoessay.htm

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THE SUMMARY

1: Identify a social problem of the Great Depression

2: List evidence for the Great Depression using

“Viewing Worksheets”

LINKS

DEFINE THE SOCIAL PROBLEM

GATHER EVIDENCE FOR THE SOCIAL PROBLEM

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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT # 1

TEACHER SUGGESTIONS

homework assignment 2
Homework Assignment # 2
  • Your task is to develop a Public Policyusing the CRITICAL WORKSHEETthat the government could follow to reduce effects of the depression on Americans in the future.
  • THERE WILL BE ANOTHER !
follow up lesson
Follow-up Lesson

Suggestions:

  • Class debate on policies developed by students
  • Students debate the order of importance for causes of the Depression
  • PowerPoint of New Deal programs and policies- students make comparisons to their policies
  • Use AHPPA to evaluate the New Deal Programs