Roaring Twenties

Please complete this survey: Contemporary History Survey
Big Idea: Freedom?

Benchmark 1
The student...
- Indicator 9: applies factors that contributed to changes in work production and the rise of a consumer culture during the 1920's and the effect they had on society (e.g., leisure time, technology, communication, travel, assembly line, credit buying).
- Indicator 10: explains and evaluates various social conflicts in the early 1920’s (e.g., rural vs. urban, fundamentalism vs. modernism, prohibition, nativism, flapper vs. traditional woman’s role).
- Indicator 11: applies and analyzes significant developments in race relations (e.g., rise of Ku Klux Klan, the Great Migration, race riots, NAACP, Tuskegee).
- Indicator 12: interprets how the arts, music, and literature reflected social change during the Jazz Age (e.g., Harlem Renaissance, F. Scott Fitzgerald, development of blues and jazz culture).

This project will be due on Friday, December 4.
- Students will create a project dealing with one of the Indicators found above.
- The project will be graded using this rubric:

  • The rubric used will correspond with the word it matches. For example, the "applies factors that contributed to changes..." will be graded using the Application part of the rubric.
- You have a variety of different options
- Make sure when researching to use the links below instead of going straight to Wikipedia.
- Students will then present these projects to the class when they are completed.
Product Choice Chart
Most Likely to Yield Sophisticated Products (The ones with green check marks)
Research Information (Sources and Material):
Indicator 11
World Book Online
Slideshare Roaring Twenties Search
Roaring 20's

Wordle: Roaring Twenties