FDR's Fireside Chats: Primary Source Analysis & Graphic Organizer
About This Product
Get ready to explore the captivating world of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Fireside Chats with our comprehensive Primary Source Analysis and Graphic Organizer resource, perfect for high school American History and Government classes. This well-rounded educational package is designed to help your students dive deep into the historical significance of President FDR's ground-breaking radio addresses.
Our all-inclusive bundle is packed full of engaging materials that bring FDR's Fireside Chats to life in your classroom. Students will be encouraged to participate in stimulating activities such as examining a detailed background of the chats, analyzing carefully selected primary source excerpts, and pulling out key evidence from FDR’s speeches using an easy-to-follow graphic organizer.
Witness your students' critical thinking skills flourish as they dissect first-hand accounts from two significant Fireside Chats – On Banking Crisis (1933) and On Farmers and Laborers (1936). They'll immerse themselves fully into these speeches while learning how to pinpoint their purpose & impact on public morale during volatile times in American history.
This turnkey product has everything you need! You'll receive a digital teacher key alongside a student version, all available in printer-friendly PDF format. Don't miss this amazing opportunity to create memorable learning experiences for your students while connecting them with an unforgettable chapter of US Presidential history!
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