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This passage gives a brief description of women's suffrage. 16 questions (multiple choice and DBQ) assess students' understanding. I've included a color and black and white version, as well as a key. The ZIP file has 3 versions of PDF files:1) Article and Questions in Color and Black and white and
Get your students up and moving using these Women in the Civil War Station Rotations. Students will take an inquiry stance-- all stations help students answer the essential question, "How did the Civil War Challenge and Change the Role of Women & Notion of Womanhood in American Society?” On
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Students read background information about suffrage and women's fight to get the right to vote, culminating in the 19th Amendment. There are 9 opinion based questions scattered through the paragraphs that students can answer individually or in pairs. The 10th question is a small activity for stude
This workbook takes you though the lives of several reformers who dedicated themselves to changing American society. Topics explored include the abolitionist movement, women’s rights, treatment of the mentally ill and changing education. Some of the people that you will learn about are Dorothea
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Challenge your students to wonder what was really meant by the famous words, “In Order to Form a More Perfect Union,” by exploring the arguments of antebellum abolitionists, women’s rights activists, and others in this engaging primary source collection that asks, “Why not us, too?” This 6-pack also
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Students read about when Dorothea Lange famously photographed the Migrant Mother during the Great Depression and answer 7 questions of varying degrees of difficulty. This would be great for a sub or a short Women's History Month Activity. An answer key is included where appropriate.Sample question
These 12 activities and primary source readings introduce students to different women and their historical significance (whether well known or not) as well as the suffrage movement. It also includes a pamphlet activity where students can choose specific women to learn more about. There are over 15
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Students read a few short passages about Betsy Ross (myths and truths) and the creation of the American flag during the Revolutionary War. They then answer 12 questions. This would be great for a sub, during Women's History Month, or during a Revolutionary War unit! Answers are included where app
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Students read 3 pages of biographical information on Anne Boleyn, answer 12 questions, and respond to 5 creative tasks/questions/prompts. This would be a great addition to your Women's History Month activities or a unit on Henry VIII and the Tudors. Answers are included where appropriate and this
Westward Expansion DBQ: Wild West Women- Victims of the time? or rugged outlaws? deserving of their crime Women include: Belle Starr, Annie Oakley, Pearl Hart, and Calamity Jane Background: Women of the American wild west had to be a resourceful lot to cope with the elements that surrounded them:
Dive deeper into this extraordinary story of the suffrage movement’s final act: Alice Paul and the Silent Sentinels impatient bravery, sobering irony, and steadfast dedication to the American value of equality that brought women the right to vote for which they have so long fought.Challenge your stu
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Students read about a women (self identified as a wife and mother) living on a farm in 1900 and answer 7 questions of varying levels of difficulty. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub or during Women's History Month!Sample questions include:--What does the w
Mary Wollstonecraft was one of the many radical political and social philosophers of the Enlightenment and Revolutionary periods in Europe. This Guided Source includes a brief biography of Wollstonecraft, excerpts from both of her "Vindications" with accompanying questions and explanations, and two
Music in Society Mini DBQ: How has music highlighted American society?This resource is included in the Birth of American Culture (1950s and 1960s Culture) Unit, located here!---In this short, hands-on primary source activity, students interpret three different political messages through the use of m
This DBQ focuses on the effect Alice Paul had on the fight for women's suffrage. This DBQ analyzes the leadership and radicalism of Alice Paul as the National Woman's Party fought for the Nineteenth Amendment. Could the amendment have been ratified without Alice Paul? This DBQ is a great argumentati
Students read 5 short passages on Dolley Madison, Queen Victoria, Harriet Quimby, an American Farm Wife, and Dorothea Lange and the Migrant Mother and answer up to 8 questions based on the text and how the women relate to Women's History Month. This also includes 3 primary sources related to the su
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Students read a short account of Dolley Madison fleeing the White House during the War of 1812 and answer 8 questions. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub, especially during Women's History Month! Sample questions include:--Why do you think she took extra ca
Why on Earth would women pick up and leave a home to go to a wild west wilderness in the 1840s, 50s and 60s? There are hundreds of extant settler women's diaries of the period - they need to be read and cherished for the invaluable resource that they are! Using relevant passages, students will read
A DBQ based on a WWI propaganda poster. There are questions based on the poster, some of which are open ended. This is a great "bell ringer" activity, or you can assign it as homework. I would suggest either printing in color, or showing the poster through a projector in order to get the "full effec
This bundle contains:- Native Americans & West DBQ- Child Labor and Industrialization Mini-DBQ- Comparing & Contrasting Laissez-Faire, Social Darwinism, and the Gospel of Wealth Mini-DBQ- World War I Mini-DBQ- Containment During the Cold War DBQ- Civil Rights Movement DBQ - Women's Rights in
Have students research and learn about one of history’s most influential women! Designed specifically for instruction of the Common Core RI standards, this product has been classroom tested and approved for close reading, homework, morning work and plenty more! *** Product Details *** - Maya Ange
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Students read a speech by Elizabeth Cady Stanton on suffrage/explaining why she believed women should get the right to vote. They then answer 8 questions and complete 4 creative tasks. The tasks include creating picketing signs, the view of someone who does not want women getting the right to vote
Want to use a primary source to celebrate Women's History Month and help your students learn about one of our "Founding Women" at the same time? The letter from Abigail Adams to her husband John reminding him to "remember the ladies" has gone down as one of the most famous letters written by a woma
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Students read the "Remember the Ladies" letter Abigail Adams wrote to John Adams and answer 12 questions. There is also a 3 part vocabulary activity for students to complete. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub! This would work well in an Early American Hi

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