July 1952- December 1954
Take a step into the past and learn about how life was from July 1952-December 1954!
What were some jobs shared by women and men?
Describe the life people had during this time period. What are some things that stood out to you? Explain.
How do Eisenhower's actions affect us today? Explain.
Here is a list of entertainment events that happened during 1953 (link below): Do you recognize any?
Why do you think these things have lasted until our generation (go back to gearheadgeek link if necessary)?
Here is an original document explaining Eisenhower's beliefs on women’s rights:
Are you surprised by Eisenhower’s beliefs, keeping in mind the time period? How do you think his beliefs could have impacted post war America?
How did men and women roles differ during this time period?
How were women treated during the 1950s? Why do you think men did not respect their rights?
Read through the top news stories from 1953, then scroll down to the science section. Name 2 major scientific achievements that occurred during this time period. What did these give rise to in the future?
What are some things that Jack does that the narrator mentions are good manners? How do these differ from people’s manners nowadays? Are some of these manners still prevalent and important in today’s society? Explain.
What home appliances took their peak from 1952-1954? How did these advancements make life easier for people back then?
Which appliances are still used today? How do these appliances make our lives easier today?
Pick one of these songs and listen to some of it. How has the music from then differ from the music we listen to today. Explain.
Do the songs represent what was going on during the 1950’s? How so? Explain.
The construction of Disneyland started in 1954. Click on the link to learn a little more about Disneyland. What did you find most interesting?
How different do you think the world would be without Disneyland today?
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