As I did a couple of days ago with my “The Best…” list on World War I resources, I’m taking the lazy way out here and just copying and pasting my post on the Depression over at our United States History Class blog (but I’ve also added new links, too). I’m sure readers can figure out the context of the links. And I hope you’ll suggest additional ones.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About The Great Depression:
Go to FDR and The New Deal. Get the code from Mr. Ferlazzo.
Go to African-Americans and the New Deal. Get the code from Mr. Ferlazzo.
Watch this move about what caused the Great Depression and take the quizzes.
Watch this second movie about the Great Depression and take the quizzes.
Learn more about The Great Depression. Be sure to click on the lower left hand corner so you can read the words as they are spoken.
Look at these color photographs of the Great Depression.
Watch these videos about The Great Depression.
Take this test about the Depression.
Watch this movie about Franklin Roosevelt and The New Deal. Take the quizzes, please.
Read about President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Read more about President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Read more about The Great Depression.
Take this quiz on The Great Depression.
The Great Depression and the Dust Bowl is from Read Write Think.
Mission U.S. has created some excellent interactives and some bad ones. Their newest one is on the Depression. I haven’t played it, but they seemed to learn some lessons in on how their created their last one on immigration, so I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt.
SPANISH LANGUAGE PREVIEW:
As I mentioned earlier, I hope you’ll recommend more!
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