Warm-up • Identify one person/thing for each of the following categories that impacted the U.S. over the last decade. Be sure to explain how. • Business, sports, entertainment, music, society
Key Learning • Students will examine and analyze primary and secondary sources in order to differentiate between historical fact and historical interpretation.
Unit Question • How do primary and secondary sources present different accounts of the Great Depression and WWII?
Concept 1: Great Depression • EQ: How did the economic conditions of the 1920’s allow for and encourage the social and cultural norms to change?
Importance of 2002-2012 • Business • Sports • Entertainment • Society
Paragraph • When future generations study the last decade (2002-2012), what people/things will they study? • Choose 3 things you chose, or we discussed that you think define our decade. Be sure to explain why. (at least 5 sentences)
The Roaring 20’s • Decade defined by rapid social change and economic prosperity • Politics returned to business as usual after WWI (laissez faire) • Culture– Harlem Renaissance, Jazz, 20th Amendment, and Prohibition
1920’s Identifications • Make a T Chart: • Identify the person, place, or thing – tell what it is in one sentence using your own words • Tell how it impacted the 20’s • Flappers, Prohibition, Jazz, Babe Ruth, 20th Amendment, Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindberg, assembly line (model T), Scopes Trial, Harlem Renaissance, Al Capone