All these resources go with this engaging story-lecture, "The Rise of Al Capone & Prohibition in the 1920s" video.
The video teaches the amazing story of Al Capone's rise to be America's number one gangster during 1920's prohibition and the events of the St. Valentine's Massacre. But the episode also teaches the history of the temperance movement and how prohibition impacted America during the 1920s. Vocabulary is defined to help visual learners and powerful images, and teaching through the power of story will help all your students learn!
The resources include interactive notes to go with the video, a quick quiz, and then an extension lesson. This lesson has students analyze primary sources- cartoons, images, and texts to understand the arguments for and against prohibition and at the end students have to create a catchy slogan that the prohibition movement might use to support the law and one for opponents of the law. This fosters some creativity and demonstrates they can synthesize the arguments in an original way!
There are answer keys for everything and a link to a google drive folder for editable resources.
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