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Roaring 20’s American life changed during 1920’s
Rise of living standards More Jobs Better pay
Women in the 1920’s
Had more time outside of the home because of new labor saving devices – Washing Machine Telephones – StovesRadio Movies
Women who rebelled by dressing and acting differently
Painter of the Southwest
The campaign to outlaw the making and consumption of alcoholic beverages. Led to the 18 th Amendment. Strong connection with Women’s Suffrage Movement.
Law against the making or selling of alcoholic beverages
What did the 18 th Amendment do?
made manufacturing, transporting, and selling alcohol illegal
People who transported or sold illegal alcohol during the Prohibition Era Al Capone
Illegal saloons that sprang up across the United States following the passage of the 18 th Amendment
What is a result of Prohibition?
Growth of organized crime Al Capone
21 st Amendment
A flowering of African American art, poetry, and writing during the 1920s, centered in the New York City neighborhood known as Harlem
Movement of African Americans from the South to the North in search of better jobs and less discrimination
Painter of the Great Migration Series
The period in American history when African and European musical traditions blended, creating the unique American music known as jazz
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Wrote about the Jazz Age
Louis Armstrong “What a Wonderful World” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5TwT69i1lU Bessie Smith “Backwater Blues” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gXShOJVwaM Duke Ellington “Taking the ‘A’ Train” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb2w2m1JmCY Aaron Copland “Hoedown” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsReWx9XdNs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsReWx9XdNs
What two Americans built & flew the first airplane?
The Wright Brothers
Poet of the 1920’s & 1930’s Langston Hughes “Weary Blues” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kyq wvC5s4n8
Wrote about migrant workers in California
Chapter 13: Roaring Life of the 1920s – Part I
1920s & 1930s USII.5A-D 1920s Prohibition was imposed by a constitutional amendment; illegal to make, transport, or sell alcoholic beverages. Results.
JEOPARDY 1920s Categories Prohibition.
Learning Objective: We will learn how the 1920’s represents a clash of values Do Now: What values do you have that clash with your parents or with the.
Roaring 20’s Study Guide. 1. Which did not contribute to the rapid growth of the transportation industry? Imports forced the price of American cars down.
America After WWI Economic Growth Roaring 20’s. Isolationism US reverts back to Isolationism after WWI. Does not want to be part of World War again.
A period of Social, Economic and Technological change
The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of African- American creativity in the 1920’s and 30’s. Many black writers published poems, novels, and dramas.
Women and African Americans during the 1920s. Describe the changing roles and perceptions of women in the late 1920s Right to vote (19 th amendment) –
Chapter 7, Lesson 2 The Roaring Twenties
Opening Activity – 10 minutes Make a list of technological advances introduced in the past 20 to 30 years WRITING PROMPT: What do you consider the most.
Society in the 1920s. Women Pre-World War I Women start to migrate towards the cities During the War Women start working in factories After the war Found.
A Growing Economy Chapter 10 Lesson 1 Page 322. The Expansion of Industry Industries thrived: telephone companies, new phones, electric companies, large.
Benchmark Exam Review 3 rd Nine Weeks USII.4e-USII.6d (goes with Study Guide I-II if needed)
Life in the Roaring Twenties Do you see the origins of today’s culture in the cultural life of the Roaring 1920s? Think! Keep this question in mind.
With the voice of Alex Trebek World War 1 Progressive Movement SAW & Amer. Life The Great Depression Prohibition Jazz Age.
Results of improved transportation brought by affordable automobiles o Greater mobility oCreation of Jobs oGrowth of transportation industry (Ex. Road.
The Roaring Twenties. New Roles for Women During WWI women increasingly worked and expected to continue even after the war Many women in America began.
With the voice of Alex Trebek I nventions The Great Migration & Harlem Renaissance The Jazz Age & Regions Bonus The Great Depression Prohibition.
+ 1920s and 1930s: REVIEW. + Technology extended progress into all areas of American life, including neglected rural areas.
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