The Prohibition Movement: Arizona Votes

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    Students research the issues surrounding the 1914 Arizona state vote on Prohibition.  Students use the voters position pamphlet to learn about the various points of view (economic, medical, morality, religious) on prohibiting alcohol.  Using those points of view, the class engages in a debate to further explore the wide variety of opinions at the time on the subject. The lesson helps students place the subject within the context of the Progressive Movement. 


    Lesson Plan

    Voter Pamphlet

    Student Note Taker Guide

    Election Results, Vocabulary, and Timeline


    This lesson is aligned with Arizona State Curriculum Standards and Common Core Standards for 11th grade.  Teachers can adapt the lesson to meet the needs of their student's learning abilities.


    Additional Resources:
    Wet/Dry Election in Chandler

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