Card Sort: New Deal Alphabet Agencies Matching Exercise 1933 - 1939.
This great little resource is designed to get students to match the New Deal Alphabet Agency with the work that it did during the New Deal 1933 - 1939.

This type of activity makes a great starter or plenary to any lesson on this topic. It could also be set as a piece of independent learning or homework, where students would be expected to research the answers and then match the cards and stick them into their books.

Objective: What role did the Alphabet Agencies play in helping to put the USA back to work during the New Deal 1933 - 1939?

Instruction: Cut out the cards below and match the Alphabet Agencies to the correct role that they played during the New Deal.

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Created: Oct 9, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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