Recreation Yesterday & Today
Students conduct research and analyze primary sources to investigate entertainment and recreation in the 1920s and 1930s, comparing urban and rural experiences for this time period with their own experiences. After, students may conduct oral histories with local people in order to test their conclusion about recreation and entertainment in their community or use population density maps or settlement maps to hypothesize about a connection between distance and entertainment.
High School, Middle School
Civics, Social Studies
Americans with Disabilities Act, community, entertainment, place, recreation, rural
Teaching with the Library of Congress
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