Were the 1920s a time of cultural change?

Source: The History Project at UC Irvine
Subject: History
Topic:  Integrated
Grade Levels: High School: 11th Grade

Overview:

In this lesson, students will learn about changes and continuities in the 1920s, particularly focused on cultural and social areas. Students will analyze primary and secondary sources that explore race, gender, and sexuality in the 1920s.

Lesson Plan Resources:

Lesson Plan

Lesson tags: 11TH GRADE, 1920S, CCSS RH 11-12.1, CCSS RH 11-12.2, CCSS RH 11-12.3, CCSS RH 11-12.4, CCSS RH 11-12.5, CCSS RH 11-12.6, CCSS RH 11-12.7, CCSS RH 11-12.8, CCSS RH 11-12.9, CCSS WHST 11-12.1, CCSS WHST 11-12.2, CCSS WHST 11-12.4, CCSS WHST 11-12.8, GENDER, GENDER EXPRESSION, GENDER ROLES, HARLEM RENAISSANCE, HSS 11.5, JAZZ AGE, JIM CROW, RACE, SEXUALITY, SUFFRAGE, WOMEN
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