1920’s Lesson


This comprehensive U.S. history resource will be all you need to teach in a fun and interactive way.

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Deepen your student’s understanding of the 1920’s and the complex challenges the United States encounters with this accessible and curriculum-aligned lesson! This inclusive U.S. history lesson plan provides you with all the necessary tools to lead your students through the intricacies of the 1920’s in this two-day lesson during this historical period.

Through a range of engaging activities, note-taking exercises, and historical analysis, your students will cultivate a more profound comprehension of the 1920’s. This comprehensive lesson plan sparks enthusiasm and curiosity among your students, transforming the study of the roaring 20’s into an enjoyable and enriching journey


What’s Included:

⭐ TWO 55-minute Lesson Plans

⭐ 1920’s notes (three pages)

⭐ 1920’s Notes Presentation Google slides (12 slides)

⭐ 1920’s to today web search (two pages)

⭐ Video Links

⭐ Teacher Answer Keys

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This purchase is for one teacher only.

©️Melissa Seideman This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. Licenses are non-transferable.

If you are a coach, principal, or district interested in transferable licenses to accommodate yearly staff changes, please contact me for a quote at [email protected].

This resource may not be uploaded to the internet, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected (such as Google Classroom) and can only be accessed by students.


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