Great Depression Student-Designed Gallery Walk
The Great Depression: Student-Designed Gallery Walk is a mini-project focused on key topics =of the Great Depression. Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for one of the topics. Students then go on a gallery walk of each other’s work and learn about the Great Depression.

This detailed guide includes:
- Teacher guidelines for introducing the activity
- Student handouts and directions for creating gallery walk displays and for gallery walk itself
- Informational text on 8 topics
- Topics include: stock market crash, bank runs, breadlines, Hoover's policy, the dust bowl, resentment of foreign workers, food riots, Roosevelt's New Deal and the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Use along with other Great Depression activities and projects.

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Created: Aug 6, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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