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!! PLEASE VIEW THE PREVIEW FOR A SNAPSHOT OF THE PRODUCT !!This stunning 19-slide introductory presentation will take your students through introductory material on Pakistan, women's rights in the Middle East, the Pakistani Taliban, and Malala Yousafzai. Use this as an introductory lesson for either
During a time when there weren’t many famous American artists, and there were even fewer famous women artists, Mary Cassatt created beautiful works of art that are still well-known today! Introduce middle school art classes to French Impressionism with this brief art history lecture about Mary Cassa
This PowerPoint of Amelia Earhart, also called Lady Lindy (in reference to Charles Lindbergh) is great for Women's History Month or as a supplement to your history unit on the 1930's and 20th century leaders. A biography of the highlights of the life of Amelia Earhart, her childhood, her schooling,
A 48 slide Biography PowerPoint of Jane Goodall, also called Dame Jane Morris Goodall, is great for Women's History Month, or as a supplement to your science unit on endangered animals, chimpanzees, environment, and conservation. A biography of the highlights of the life of scientist Jane Goodall: h
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --
Use this editable presentation to teach your students about Helen Keller: her biography and accomplishments. Graphic organizer, directions for students, and journal entry are included. YOUR REVIEWS AND COMMENTS ARE MUCH APPRECIATED. THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY!
Did you know that this gorgeous Austrian-American actress invented first secret communication system? Use this editable power point presentation to teach your students about Hedy Lamarr. The presentation contains a graphic organizer which will allow your students take organized notes, great visuals,
Music, Women, and Technology - 7 Essays. Seven insightful music essays on music, audio technology, women in electronic music, John Cage, and contemporary music history. A unique must-have resource for independent musicians, music students, educators, and music lovers. This book is about technology,
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This is the lecture and assignment I use when we cover PPD. Students will need a computer, or you could print from the link for them. The lecture is pretty through, and we usually discuss as a class as much as possible throughout the lecture.
Save yourself hours of planning time by using “Meyer’s Messy Room” to teach about a contemporary mixed media artist, how to connect meaning to art, how to use one point perspective, and how to draw a room using one point perspective. This downloadable zip file includes all the resources and demonstr
This is the life story of an Amazing Woman.Everyone should learn who she is. She is a woman that in spite of her disabilities she accomplished amazing things. This is a story of how she was born into slavery to her Freedom and how she literally helps thousand of slaves become free. All the research
This 23 slides editable presentation will let your students examine the status of women in the late 1800s and at the turn of the century.The presentation discusses first advocates for women rights, such as Abigail Adams, cult of domesticity/ prescribed gender roles, first college for women, abolitio
This Power Point, created by Tamara Johnson, can be used to supplement APUSH unit 4. It contains all the major content, including vocabulary, events, people, groups and concepts to help your students succeed on the A.P. exam. Studies show that pictures and graphics help students build knowledge. All
As the nation goes to distance learning this fall, this unit is intended to divide the labor and organize it for the US History instructor to make life in these uncertain times a little bit easier. Zoom lecture questions, document activities and supplemental materials are organized by major topic. A
This is a complete, everything you need, learning activity for distance learning! It starts with a youtube video-lecture from History for Humans (this is free on youtube, link below) and comes with a follow-along interactive note sheet that could be completed digitally or with pen and paper. It also
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Gender Equality in Sports & Title IXIncluded:Google Slides Presentation Google Docs Note-Taking GuideThis resource can be used for traditional face to face classes, as well as for online distance learning. Instructions have been included for both. This product is a Google Slides presentation rev
When students are able to track the development and growth of movements for equality like the women's rights movement (rather than in chronological isolation the way US History is usually taught), comprehension deepens and light bulbs go off. They can appreciate the fight and length of time it took
Two sisters travel the same streets, though their lives couldn't be more different. Then, one of them goes missing.In a Philadelphia neighborhood rocked by the opioid crisis, two once-inseparable sisters find themselves at odds. One, Kacey, lives on the streets in the vise of addiction. The other, M
Where do you see yourself in five years?When Type-A Manhattan lawyer Dannie Cohan is asked this question at the most important interview of her career, she has a meticulously crafted answer at the ready. Later, after nailing her interview and accepting her boyfriend’s marriage proposal, Dannie goes
Participants will have had an opportunity to discuss openly topics of race, class, ability, religious oppression, and power/privilege in a safe space. (Todos los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de hablar y discutir todos nuestros tópicos sobre raza, clase, abilidad, la opresión de religión e po
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This presentation features Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan, Betsy Ross, Harriet Tubman, Marie Curie, Oprah Winfrey, and Rosa Parks. The information added to this presentation is appropriate for first grade- 3rd grade. Discussion questions are also included!
What were the roles and expectations placed on women in Colonial America? To what extent is the sexism of today tied to the sexism of the past? Seemingly simple, yet incredibly complex questions. Challenge your students to analyze the roots of sexism in Colonial America through a Women's Voices Gall
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --
What caused the Salem Witch Trials? Who was most likely to be seen as a witch in 1692? What can the Salem Witch Trials reveal about Colonial America - and specifically New England - at the turn of the 18th century? Seemingly simple, yet incredibly complex questions. Challenge your students to analyz

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