This PowerPoint presentation looks at the following following learning objectivives and includes a snowballing starter, a missing word activity as well as two possible past paper questions, which can be easily customised to your own assessment criteria:
Theme: Why did the US Economy Boom in the 1920s?
Know: Who was Henry Ford and why was he so successful?
Understand: How did assembly lines, unskilled workers and standardisation help to cut production costs?
Evaluate: How did car production contribute to the US Boom and the cycle of prosperity?
WILF – What Am I Looking For?
Identify / Describe: Who was Henry Ford and why was his ‘Tin Lizzy’ so popular?
Explain: How did mass production techniques cut production cost?
Analyse: Come to a judgement on how far the car industry contributed to the US Boom?
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