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The Roaring 20’s Roars OnDo Now: What was the main theme    of the Harlem Renaissance?
Challenging Society’s Rules• What was evolution?• How could this have  been a problem in a  school that taught  about reli...
What was society’s thought process?• Mr. Scopes taught his  students about  evolution.• In Tennessee, it was  illegal to t...
Result of the Trial• In 1925, John Scopes was ordered to pay $100  in fines for teaching evolution.• Called for Separation...
Other MAJOR Changes
Impact of Factories          • Assembly lines speed            up production.          • How does production            af...
Henry Ford and Ford Factory Assembly                line.
When production increases, what      happens to price$?
Sacco And Vanzetti
Arrested for being          immigrants, anarchists• They were anarchists (people who hate  government, often with violent ...
How did this affect the thoughts of  Nativists during the 1920’s?
Activity• Create a list of 1-4 on a separate sheet of paper.  On your list, write down the following in most  important to...
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  1. 1. The Roaring 20’s Roars OnDo Now: What was the main theme of the Harlem Renaissance?
  2. 2. Challenging Society’s Rules• What was evolution?• How could this have been a problem in a school that taught about religion?
  3. 3. What was society’s thought process?• Mr. Scopes taught his students about evolution.• In Tennessee, it was illegal to teach evolution.
  4. 4. Result of the Trial• In 1925, John Scopes was ordered to pay $100 in fines for teaching evolution.• Called for Separation of Church and State.
  5. 5. Other MAJOR Changes
  6. 6. Impact of Factories • Assembly lines speed up production. • How does production affect the price of goods?
  7. 7. Henry Ford and Ford Factory Assembly line.
  8. 8. When production increases, what happens to price$?
  9. 9. Sacco And Vanzetti
  10. 10. Arrested for being immigrants, anarchists• They were anarchists (people who hate government, often with violent results).• Both were put on trial for robbery and murder.• All evidence was circumstantial – meaning not totally proven.
  11. 11. How did this affect the thoughts of Nativists during the 1920’s?
  12. 12. Activity• Create a list of 1-4 on a separate sheet of paper. On your list, write down the following in most important to least important to you: Harlem Renaissance, Factory Production and the Assembly Line, Sacco and Vanzetti, and the Scopes Monkey Trial.• THEN, write two paragraphs as to why you felt that your top two choices were the most important events of the 1920’s.• This is to be handed in!
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