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Student questions to accompany the film Hidden Figures. Some questions are factual and recalling questions, while others are analytical. Post-film questions included as well. Can be used from grades 6-12 in a variety of subjects! Answer key included!
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There are two activities in this biography film pack to introduce your students to Maya Angelou or supplement your Angelou, Black History, or Women’s history unit. They can be used consecutively or independently. The questions included on the viewing guide are more open-ended, broad type questions
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This movie explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media's limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman. This movie guide comes with 23-questions that will help keep your students focused on the key facts in the film.
This 35 question download is intended to support and develop the 2015 film "Suffragette," starring Carey Mulligan, Helen Bonham Carter, and Meryl Streep. The product is a perfect fit for a unit on Women's History or the Era of Reform. The film examines the impact of the early British suffragettes
Have you ever wanted to use valuable class time for your students to watch a movie, only to A. have students goof off and miss the details of the movie B. have your administration prefer that you justify your time with an assessment C. wish you could use up an additional class period having studen
RBG is the critically applauded film that pays homage to the life and work of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Students will enjoy watching this defender of equal rights as she moves through her job and her daily life. Included in this resource, you will find: a movie viewing guide, the an
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Let's face it - John Green speaks too fast, and unless students have something in front of them, they won't be able to fully get the gist of the information being shared. This video sheet comes with 7 teacher-generated questions that go along with the video. There is also an area for students to cop
This viewing guide for the PBS documentary Irena Sendler: In the Name of Their Mothers is a perfect supplement to your World War II, Holocaust, or Anne Frank unit. Irena's story would also be an interesting study for Women's History Month. Students are fascinated by the inspiring story of a young P
"Keep your heels, head, and standards high." Coco Chanel (French fashion designer ~ 1883 - 1971)No French class would be complete without some mention of Coco Chanel, a woman who changed fashion history forever. From extremely humble beginnings, Chanel rose to a place of world renown - a trendsette
This viewing guide has 46 questions that go in order with the film Hidden Figures. There are also 4 post-viewing short answer questions. This film portrays the events (Space Race and Civil Rights) that lead up to the moon landing. I use this film while teaching the Cold War and/or Civil Rights in
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Viewing worksheet, tests, crossword puzzles, and analysis activity -- all designed for use with Iron Jawed Angels, an excellent HBO movie detailing the women’s suffrage struggle in the early 20th century. The film lasts two hours and five minutes including the credits sequence at the end. This means
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This movie guide accompanies the RBG Documentary of Ruth Bader Ginsburg - a supreme court justice who battled changing the world for women. There are 24 questions and a 5 question extended response sheet. The answer key is included. The digital copy link is on the credits page.
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If you need a quick filler activity or sub plan for your high school students this no prep movie guide would be perfect. Based on a true story, A League of Their Own is touching and thought-provoking and will be sure to motivate your students during women's history month. All you will need to do is
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This is a product to help your students discuss sex discrimination in workforce. The video is simple and to the point, but can help guide a class discussion. You an find the video here: Sex Discrimination: Crash Course Government and Politics #30You might also be interested in these products:Crash C
"He Named Me Malala" is a great film for discussing world cultures, the Middle East, and of course, the inspirational person that the movie is about. I've included a simple guide with 9 questions that I wrote in preparation for showing my classes. An answer key is also included :)
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(From Wikipedia) The Mists of Avalon is a 2001 miniseries based on the 1983 novel of the same name by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Produced by American cable channel TNT, adapted by Gavin Scott, and directed by Uli Edel the series is a retelling of the Arthurian legend with an emphasis on the perspectives
This is a great untold story of the American Revolutionary War! James goes to Connecticut to learn of Colonel Henry Ludington, and instead learns of the exploits of the "female Paul Revere". Meanwhile, Sarah is again with Benedict Arnold, and both witness the destruction of Danbury by the British.
“A woman can be overdressed but never be over elegant." Coco Chanel (French fashion designer ~ 1883 - 1971) No French class would be complete without some mention of Coco Chanel, a woman who changed fashion history forever, getting women out of the corset and into comfortable casual and evening w
A viewing guide with a key for the box office hit Hidden Figures. Works great for 8-12 to keep students engaged and to help them understand the historical significance of the events of the movie.
This 2004 film is a great way to help students look at women's suffrage and their fight for the 19th Amendment. It follows the story of Alice Paul and Lucy Burns as they strive for democracy and equality during World War I. My students love this movie! The cast is excellent and is shares what peo
“There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort." Jane Austen (English author ~ 1775 - 1817)This film Sense and Sensibility is based on the classic novel written by Jane Austen. Included here are follow-along film questions for the movie version starring Emma Thompson as Elinor.There are tw
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Raising 11 children while wrestling with gender bias, union defeat and victory, and nearly dying after a San Francisco Police beating, Dolores Huerta bucks 1950s gender conventions to co-found the country's first farmworkers union. She has lived under the shadow of Cesar Chavez for many years, and t
Penny Marshall's film, A League of Their Own, tells the story of two sisters who join the women's baseball team during World War II. The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League existed from 1943-1954. The film would be a great addition when discussing a woman's role on the homefront during
Use this film guide to discuss the film with your students. There are 7 questions in this guide.

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