This versatile digital resource is an entire thematic unit in one place! PDFs include complete teacher edition and editable student pages. Students simply type their answers in, save, and upload! Printable and projectable, this unit is perfect for seamless teaching in class, at home, or any combination! Flexible design works in any learning environment, ready to upload to Google Classroom or any other learning platform! Differentiated and supportive, with a solid mix of warmups, out-of-the-box activities, content and skills practice, graphic organizers, primary source analysis, and resources. Activities include: Easy Debate: Who Should Get More Credit for the 19th Amendment, Elizabeth Stanton or Susan B. Anthony?, SHOW ME Challenges and Clues: The Roaring Twenties, Prove It! Persuasion Station: Were the ;ldquo;Roaring Twenties;rdquo; Really a Roar?, and Document-Based Questions: The Roaring Twenties. Ready to implement! No textbook, no problem. A historical context reading with bolded key vocab terms starts the unit. Aligned to C3 and Common Core national standards. Middle school, high school. Reproducible. PDF download/, 100 pages.