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3/6 Still Roaring US History

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Amber Westendorf

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Transcript of 3/6 Still Roaring US History

Interests
Education
Skills
Experience
References
Work Experience
Tuesday Warm Up P. 126
Output
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Scopes Trial
Changing cities
Prohibition
American Fundamentalism
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GROUP: Write a sentence about the topic.
GROUP: Write a sentence about the topic.
GROUP: Write a sentence about the topic.
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Why was Lindbergh's flight important?
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Reflection
Why might the results of the Scopes trial surprise you?
Prohibition
Defintion: 1920-1933; the legal prohibiting of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic drinks for common consumption.
Example: Prohibition did not work because______.
Speakeasies
Definition: a saloon or nightclub selling alcoholic beverages illegally, especially during Prohibition.
Example: Speakeasies could be found______.
Scopes Trial
Definition: a trial involving John Thomas, high-school substitute teacher, who taught Darwin's theory of evolution in 1925.
Example: The Scopes Trial verdict was that_______.
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