2Traditionalism vs. Modernism HOT ROC- What is the difference between a traditionalist and a modernist?Discuss
3The Growing Divide Urban Attractions: Rural Problems: Factory & Office jobsHigher wagesDiversityEntertainmentEtc.Rural Problems:Export demands dropped after WWI leading to lower income
4Changing Values Traditionalists Modernists Felt attacked by modernists Generally lived in small-townIncreased religious fundamentalismModernistsViewed some traditionalists as “backwards”Excited by city lifeExposed to new ideas, music, and social values
5New Vocab Word:Prohibition- A ban on the production and sale of alcohol (18th Amendment)Volstead Act: Enforcement of the 18th Amendment.Spells out that all alcohol will be illegal, not just in saloons and sets up all the details of when and how alcohol is prohibited.
6Traditionalism vs. Modernism Debate Your group will be discussing three opinions on 1920s’ social issues from the perspective of either a traditionalist or a modernist.As you develop your group’s response to each statement, be sure to provide historic evidence to support your argument.
7Traditionalism vs. Modernism Debate Follow these steps to prepare for the discussion:1. Prepare your arguments.Review the content from Chapter 29 on your assigned viewpointAssign one of the topics to each group member2. DebateEach topic will be addressed in speed roundsWinner of the topic will be voted on by the moderatorAt the end of the round, the moderator will raise card to indicate to class which side won that roundSome sentence starters:“As traditionalists/modernists, my group . . .”“My group agrees/disagrees with your group because . . .”3. NotesAdd to your STAR notes any important points you didn’t getOr, add questions to your left-hand margin
8Traditionalism vs. Modernism Debate Topics Opinion A (Section 29.3) Young people today are totally out of control.Opinion B (Section 29.4) Prohibition has done more harm than good.Opinion C (Section 29.5) Both evolution and creationism should be taught in the classroom.
9Example “As a traditionalist, my group…” “As a modernist, my group…” +1 for a valid argument+1 for a key fact+1 for a valid argument+1 for a key fact+1 for an ideal+1 for an idealCounterargument: “My group disagrees with your group because…”Counterargument: “My group disagrees with your group because…”+1 for a valid argument+1 for a valid argument+1 for a key fact+1 for a key fact