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This lesson focuses on important historical events of the 1920’s and their cause and effect on other parts of history.
What are the major events of the 1920’s and how do they connect with other events in history?
The students were very engaged in the lesson. It was interesting to see how upset both and girls were when I was only going to count the boy votes for recess. The students liked having both primary and secondary sources to help them learn about the topic. All though all three video clips were found separately, they tied together perfectly. It is important for the teacher to have a basic understanding of the stock market and how it crashed in order to explain it to the students. Fourth Graders have very little background knowledge, if any at all on this topic. Student responses to the assessment question were supported with specific details.