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Deborah Sampson - An American Revolution Patriot (direct & inferential evidence)
This one hour lesson about Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a man in order to fight in the American Revolutionary War, uses the engaging tools "Physical Barometer" and "Time Machine Interview" and the powerful strategy "Peer Reading." It emphasizes the skill of finding direct evidence to
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Women's History Month
Women’s History Month Biographies : Women's History Six American Women Who Inspire showcases a range of contributions to women's history. In this engaging Common Core connected biography activity pack you get: A full page of informational text about each figure : Vera Wang, Fashion Designer Margar
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ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE: Laugh and Learn through the Middle Ages
All the core content you want in one (mildly amusing) place! Role-Play the life of Eleanor of Aquitaine in a humorous introduction to medieval life and its impact on the modern world!  PART ONE: ARRANGED MARRIAGE, or, THE HEIR AND THE SPARE explores the days before feminism, when even a woman as r
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Close Reading Abigail Adams Letter-Women's History Month
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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