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The Great Depression 1 1 The Great Depression and the New Deal (1929- 1939) OVERVIEW A. Concept Objectives 1. Students will understand the causes of the Great Depression

U.S. PRESIDENTS U.S. EVENTS WORLD EVENTS 626 Chapter 18 The Great Depression Begins The Great Depression The Great Depression Begins 19291932 SECTION 1 The Causes of the

The Great Depression: The Depression Begins The Great Depression: The Depression Begins 1929-1939 Depression Begins Businesses & officials = minor setback & temp.

Great Depression-TwtPoll Great Depression-TwtPoll By: Arnav Arora THE GREAT DEPRESSION THE GREAT DEPRESSION What other country faced a particular severe depression about

Slide 1 The Great Depression Unit 7 Causes of the Great Depression Slide 2 Essential Question: What were the causes of the Great Depression? Warm-Up Question: Think

The Great Depression What caused the greatest economic disaster in American History and how were people affected Learning Target Explain how the Great Depression started…

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Slide 1 THE GREAT DEPRESSION 1929-1939 The Coming of the Great Depression Slide 2 Great Depression Worst, economic collapse in U.S. History 1929-1939 Included

Part 2 Part 2 The Beginning of The Great Depression 1 The Great Depression Public officials & Business leaders insisted the stock market crash was a temporary and minor

Slide 1 THE CAUSES OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION Slide 2 WAIT WHATS THE GREAT DEPRESSION? Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 THE GREAT DEPRESSION Date: 1929-1939

SSUSH17- The student will analyze the causes and consequences of the Great Depression. Great Depression GREAT DEPRESSION Great Depression Great Depression- 1929-1941 period

The Great Depression The Great Depression 1928 - 1932 Standards SSUSH17 The student will analyze the causes and consequences of the Great Depression. a. Describe the causes,

By:StevensonSakalian,RyanStults,JohnSpangler,andNoahPoser HerbertHoover HerbertHooverwasthe31stpresidentoftheUnitedStates

PowerPoint Presentation 1 The Great Depression By: Ariya Jacob, Mallory Jackson, and Kate Gregory http://exit78.com/wp-content/uploads//2009/04/eyes-of-the-great-depression-026-1.jpg

Great Depression ISMS Capitalism Socialism Communism Imperialism Nationalism Fascism Nazism 5 Points SHANTY TOWNS WHERE THE UNEMPLOYED AND HOMELESS LIVED IN THE 1930S.

The Great Depression The Great Depression A primary example of multiple causation Multiple Causation Long-term cause A cause that builds up over time to contribute to the

The Great Depression The Great Depression 1929-1940 Looming Economic Troubles Troubled Industry Railroads, textiles, coal mining, auto industry, and consumer goods were weakening

Quick Write: 11/16/09 What kinds of things do you associate with the word depression? What do you know about the Great Depression? When was it? Where was it? What

The Great Depression The Great Depression By:Lauren Petrozza, Jessica Veilleux, Neve Manion, and Paul Ciarcia Economic Issues Stock Market Crash U.S. market lost two-thirds

1. The Great Depression1929-1941 2. Introduction Began on October 29,1929. What is remarkableabout crisis is not thatit occurred; but that itwas so severe andlasted