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US History PBL Unit 1900s Protest Movements from Suffrage to Civil Rights
Challenge your students to think beyond themselves in this Point-of-View focused thematic unit examining major 1900s American protest movements. Explore the photos and words of the Founding Fathers and Supreme Court, Alice Paul and the suffrage-fighting Silent Sentinels, Dorothea Lange and the Japan
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US Mini PBL Unit Women Suffrage & Silent Sentinels Protest Movement
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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Project-Based Learning: Women's Studies (for mid-level PBL learners)
Your students will choose one topic on women's studies to research and explore from historical female figures in history, female reproductive health, women's rights around the world, etc. They will work within the community, complete an authentic final product of their choosing (ideas available) and
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