- Oct 11, 2019
If I'm given an essay on the effects of the Great Depression on different groups in society, do I have to talk about the New Deal at all or just the actual effects on people?
This looks like a good way to do it, I was originally planning to do only the groups 2-5 and have fat paragraphs with pre and post depression info but this looks cleaner.how I would have structured it:
body 1 - wall street crash - (the wall street led to the great depression)
body 2 - workers
body 3 - women
body 4- farmers
body 5 - African Americans.
body 6 - new deal (The New Deal helped improved the lives of people who were impacted by the Great depression (social security)
Thanks, I'm planning to remember stats and terms and have a rough plan to go into the exam for a few general questions and then just write as much as I can.
It will be a in class test where I get two questions to choose from and the teacher said it will most likely be on effects or Republican policy, I just practiced writing out the scaffold you gave and I might just be able to do it in 50 min with good stats and terms, I might need to drop the New deal paragraph due to time but I think that's ok since it's not really a New Deal type question.is this an exam (in class test)