The Roaring Twenties (1920s) Summative Assessment Cultural Artifact Project


With this summative assessment, students will be asked to reflect on the cultural changes of the Roaring Twenties. They will identify five “artifacts” that reflected major cultural changes of the 1920s and then prepare a Google Slides presentation or paper to discuss their findings.


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With this summative assessment, students will be asked to reflect on the era of the 1920s as a time period of cultural change. They will identify five “artifacts” that reflected major cultural changes of the 1920s and then they will discuss the way in which those artifacts reflected cultural change through a Google Slides presentation or on paper. You can view more in the preview hereRoaring Twenties Artifact Exhibit

Students can choose to address the following cultural changes in their projects:

  • Immigration
  • Race Relations
  • Art
  • Music and Dance
  • Alcohol
  • Communication
  • Evolution v. Religion
  • Sports
  • Gender relations

Full directions with a guiding slideshow are included. Everything is editable so teachers can best meet the needs of their classroom!

***Though this resource works well with the Peacefield History resources discussing the Roaring Twenties, it could also be completed by students independent of that resource.***

Included within this resource:

  • A Google Slides Version of the instructions
  • A Printable Version of the lesson – PDF (not editable), PowerPoint (editable), and a link to the Google Slides Version
  • A Detailed Lesson Plan

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