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SOCIAL STUDIES. Week Four Fifth Grade. What were four new technologies that most greatly affected the daily lives of Americans during the 1920’s?. 1. Automobiles 2. Airplanes 3. Radios 4. Movies. What were two results of The Great Migration ? .

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Week Four

Fifth Grade

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What were four new technologies that most greatly affected the daily lives of Americans during the 1920’s?

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1. Automobiles

  • 2. Airplanes
  • 3. Radios
  • 4. Movies
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1. It prompted many people to leave the South for job opportunities in factories.

  • 2. The Harlem Renaissance
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What were three cultural contributions made by African Americans during the Harlem Renaissance?

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1. Writing

  • 2. Art
  • 3. Music
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1. African Americans

  • 2. Catholics
  • 3. Jews
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1. The Stock Market Crash of 1029

  • 2. Economic weakness of the U.S.
  • 3. High unemployment rates
  • 4. Failed banks and businesses
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They migrated from rural Southern areas in the early 1900’s to combat the depressed economy and prejudice in the south.

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Why were so many people in America forced to migrate from their homes to other parts of the country during the Great Depression?

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What were the three goals that President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Dealfocused on?

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1. Relief

  • 2. Recovery
  • 3. Reform
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What was the relief/recovery program designed to provide young men in search of work the opportunity to build parks and plant trees, thus putting money into the economy to help businesses to recover?

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What was the reform program that attempted to reform the economic system and prevent the conditions that caused the Great Depression?

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What program was designed to ensure that the disabled and the elderly would have some income and that the unemployed were protected against lay-offs?

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1. Social Security

  • 2. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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Who was the German dictator that used military aggression against the rest of Europe to secure his goals?

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What was the alliance formed by the dictators in Germany, Italy, and Japan called during World War II?

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Who were the key leaders of the U.S., Great Britain, France, and the Soviet Union during World War II?

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U.S.-Roosevelt

  • Great Britain-Winston Churchhill
  • France-Charles de Gaulle
  • Soviet Union-Josef Stalin
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What did the U.S., Great Britain, and the Soviet Union join together during World War II to become?

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1. The invasion of North Africa

  • 2. The invasion of Italy
  • 3. The invasion of Normandy, France
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To get within range of the gas tank capacity of American bombers and ultimately invade the Japanese home islands

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Women took a more active role in their communities and the workforce. When the war ended, many were not satisfied to go back to homemaking.

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Many African Americans moved west to work in wartime industries, served in the military in segregated units, and often did dirty and dangerous jobs while treated poorly by whites.

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What caused Japanese-Americans to find themselves in internment camps during World War II? Describe the internment process:

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Following Pearl Harbor, many Japanese Americans were forced to leave their homes and businesses and were imprisoned behind barbed wire fences without the right to a trial.

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Germany was divided into West Germany, a democratic government and East Germany, a communist government. Eastern Europe was dominated by the Soviet Union.

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What were four areas of development that had a significant impact on World War II and on the economy of the United States?

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1. Aviation

  • 2. Weaponry
  • 3. Technology
  • 4. Communications
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Give one example of U.S. innovations in aviation, weaponry, key technology, and communications during World War II?

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Aviation- radar, jets, longer flights

  • Weaponry-atomic bombs, rockets
  • Technology- penicillin, vaccines
  • Communication-computers
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Following World War II, why was there an increasing worldwide economic inter-dependence?

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In order to keep countries from falling to Communism, the U.S. made alliances with war-torn Europe in hopes that strong economies would protect against communism.

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1. Economic productivity

  • 2. World trade
  • 3. Political alliances
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Trade barriers were lowered around the world as nations negotiated trade agreements which made prices of goods and jobs change.