With this interactive slideshow, students will learn about the major legislation in the New Deal that was created to address the issues of the Great Depression. Students will analyze the programs, assess how they may have helped individual citizens by examining letters to Roosevelt, and examine the impact of the New Deal. You can view more in the preview here – The New Deal.
Two exit tickets access student understanding along with embedded formative questions.
Fireside Chats, Relief, Recovery, Reform, Emergency Banking Act, the Glass-Steagall Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA), the Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), the Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), Public Works Administration (PWA), Home Owners Loan Corporation and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), the Revenue Act, the Wagner Act, the Social Security Act, the Works Progress Administration (WPA), the 1936 election, court packing, and the impact of the New Deal
Included in this resource:
- A PowerPoint Version of the handout (editable)
- A PDF Version of the handout (not editable)
- A Google Doc Version of the lesson for use with students digitally
- A lesson plan with guidance for implementation
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