Name: _________________________________________ Period: ___________________ Words of the Week-World History- Roaring 20s -Tea Pot Dome Scandal -Red Scare -Marcus Garvey - Back to Africa Movement -Harlem Renaissance -Great Migration -Women’s Suffrage - 19th Amendment - Nativist -Prohibition - 18th & 21st Amendment Monday: Match the word to the correct definition below. -New optimism and growth of African American Culture -Banned alcoholic drinks but was an unsuccessful social experiment and was overturned -A dislike of foreigners that led to restrictions on immigration; afraid immigration taking their jobs -The large movement of African Americans from the South to the Northeast and Midwest in search of jobs & to escape segregation -People were frightened about the triumph of Communism in Russia; Attorney General Palmer arrested thousands of suspected communists & deported - A scandal over land being leased to business owners government oil reserves in exchange for bribes -Believed in Black-owned businesses; advocated African Americans should return to Africa, especially to Liberia - Women obtained the right to vote; new morals and manners with greater independence; “flappers” Wednesday: Capture It! Drag and drop the picture that best represents the word. Tea Pot Dome Scandal Marcus Garvey -Red Scare Harlem Renaissance Great Migration - -Women’s Suffrage Nativist Prohibition Thrusday: 3 Clues: 1 word: Use clues to identify the words of the week. -Communism -Fear -Arrest -Businesses -Back to Africa -Liberia -19th Amendment -Flapper -Independence -Movement -African Americans -South to North -Scandal -Oil -Bribes -No immigration -Disliked Foreigners -Feared losing jobs -New York -African American -Music, writers, culture -18th Amendment -Banned Alcohol -Repealed Friday: Answer the questions in at least 3 complete sentences for each question. 1. What do you think people were scared of communism? 2. How did the culture of the United States change during the 1920s?