Explain the causes and effects of international and internal migration patterns over time.
I can discuss the political, social, economic, & religious tensions that divided Americans during the 1920s.
Critical Vocabulary: Imperialism, Great White Fleet, White Man’s Burden, Yellow Journalism, De Lome Letter, U.S.S. Maine, Spanish American War, Treaty of Paris, Anti-Imperialist League, Open Door Policy, Panama Canal, Roosevelt Corollary, Gunboat Diplomacy, Dollar Diplomacy, Moral Diplomacy, Nationalism, Allied Powers, Central Powers, Lusitania, Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, Zimmerman Note, Fourteen Points, Propaganda, Selective Service Act, American Expeditionary Force, Great Migration, Espionage & Sedition Acts, Schenck v. United States, Treaty of Versailles, War Guilt Clause, Red Scare, Palmer Raids, Immigration Acts, Red Summer, Eighteenth Amendment, Volstead Act, Speakeasies, Bootleggers, Organized Crime, Twenty-First Amendment, Scopes Trial, Nineteenth Amendment, Flapper, Harlem Renaissance Jazz Age
- Background Question: How did the 18th Amendment impact the lives of Americans in the 1920s?
- Citizenship Question: What does the Constitution do?
- sets up and defines the government
- draws boundaries of congressional districts
- sets codes of conduct for obeying local and federal laws
- determines whether citizens are prosecuted to the full extent of the law
- Collaborative Learning: 1920s Activity
- Reflection Question: How did the lives of women change in the 1920s?
Homework: The Roaring Twenties Reading