To tie together and broaden your knowledge of World War II you will be required to complete a
unit project. You may choose from the list below which project you would like to do. In
addition to completing the project each student will be required to give
To tie together and broaden your knowledge of World War I you will be required to complete a unit project. You may choose from the list below which project you would like to do. In addition to completing the project each student will be requir
KEY TERMS Lost Generation Speculation Red Scare Isolationism Welfare Capitalism Flapper Jazz Age Disarmament Laissez Faire Teapot Dome Harlem Renaissance Consumer Economy
KEY PEOPLE Calvin Coolidge Clarence Darrow Warren G. Harding A. Mitchell Palmer Herb
Over the weekend, you will choose one of these "New Deal" Programs and research their history. A. Why were they created? B. Who were they created for? C. What effects did it have on the Depression? D. How long were they in existence? E. Are they still in
COMMEMARATIVE WAR COLLAGE
The Korean War lasted from 1950-1953. It pitted the Communist North against the
Capitalist South. It became a war that caused the American public and military to be
frustrated with our wartime goals and even angrier at
"Interview with a person from the 1920s"
What you will do is conduct an interview with a person from the 1920s. You should ask 5 of the most important, in depth, essential questions you can think of. They should be about the various topics, events or chan
IDENTIFY You should look to find what makes each person unique. The answers will be closely based on
what is in the notes or on the handouts we did.
Matthew C. Perry
Minor C. Keith
William Randolph Hearst
KEY PEOPLE: IDENTIFY
KEY TERMS: IDENTIFY
Miracle of Dunkirk
Battle of Britain
Rape of Nanjing
What are some t
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT PROJECT
You will take the subject you chose and apply it to whichever project style you
wish. You will be responsible for doing all the research for your topic.
When ready to present, you will need to create a 5 minute presentation t
The 1950s As the United States emerged from World War II, the American Dream of having a secure job and owning a house came within reach for many Americans. Fueled by the postwar baby boom, the economy rocketed forward in the late 1940s and 1950s. The "Am
1. Summarize the American government in the 1950s.
2. What was Trumans priority known as reconversion?
3. What were some major economic issues in America after WWII?
4. How did Truman react to the issues?
5. What was Trumans proposed response to the 1946