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Hidden Figures Movie Guide: STEM, Civil Rights, Women's Rights
Watching Hidden Figures with your students? This guide guide shares 50+ questions and six activities about the movie's civil rights, women's rights, and STEM themes and content to jump-start the discussions students have after they watch. This zip file contain three products: STEM discussion quest
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Women's Rights Movement / Feminism DBQ (1950s-70s)
Feminism / Women's Rights movement of the 1950s-70s. Thirteen primary source documents (text and photographs) with guiding questions, leading up to a DBQ prompt that can be completed in-class or at home. An answer key for the guided questions is provided, and a rubric is included for easy grading.
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Susan B. Anthony Biography Coloring Page Craft or Poster, Women's Rights
Susan B. Anthony Biography Coloring Page. Use this activity in addition to your biography read alouds and bulletin board décor. Print 2 to 4 to a page to save paper and to make just the right size for interactive notebooks. Keep this in your early finisher folder for no-prep fun! Perfect to add to
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COMMON CORE CLOSE READ - "AIN'T I A WOMAN?" SPEECH - SLAVERY WOMEN'S RIGHTS
The "Ain't I a Woman" speech by Sojourner Truth is famous for its references to slavery, male domination and the fight for women's rights. This close read is a 720 Lexile and a fairly easy read. It does demand that students recognize some of the vernacular of the time and of the region. The question
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Women's Rights - The Seneca Falls Convention Skit - Reader's Theater
This lesson plan provides teachers with a creative way to teach what can be a dry topic. The Seneca Falls Convention is made much more fun by having students act out this important event. Characters Include: Narrator Leader of the Convention Wendell Phillips - Abolitionist at the World Anti-Slaver

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Hidden Figures Movie Guide: Civil Rights/ Women's Rights
Watching Hidden Figures with your students? This guide guide shares 32 questions about the movie's civil rights themes and events to jump-start the discussions students have after they watch. Presented in three formats for maximum flexibility--so you can choose whether students will answer 8, 4, 2,
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Civil Rights and Women's Rights Worksheets
Civil Rights and Women’s Rights Worksheets! Are you teaching about the challenging but ultimately uplifting era, when America began to address our legal and social civil rights differences? This 38-page worksheet package will provide your students with an extensive examination of this important
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What Were They Thinking?: A Civil and Women's Rights Research Activity
Students will first close read a brief article on Women's and Civil Rights, while also having the chance to explore a bit more about these two interconnected topics. A graphic organizer is included to help students research and take notes about their findings. Students will then take a look at pri
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Civil Rights and Women's Rights
Civil Rights and Women’s Rights Discounted Bundle! Worksheets and Word Wall in one! This 54-page bundle combines my popular Civil Rights and Women’s Rights Word Wall and Civil Rights and Women’s Rights Worksheets into a single ready-to-go product for your unit. Purchasing this bundle saves you
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US History Primary Source The Declaration of Sentiments Women's Rights Activity
Engage your students with primary sources in US History! This activity set includes an adapted version the Declaration of Sentiments as created at the Seneca Falls Convention. This set comes with Common Core one page primary source document complete with a brief historical background. The key over
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History WOMEN FOR RIGHT TO VOTE Reading Info w/ 20 Multiple Choice Questions
Reading in the content area of social studies lesson entitled "Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote." This focuses on three suffragists: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Carrie Chapman Catt, and Lucretia Mott. It starts by showing the royal purple three cent stamp these women were pictured on in 1948.
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Abolition & Other Pre-Civil War Movements - PART 4: WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT
***Enhanced for 2016-2017 to include guided notes & other tweaks This is Part 4 available as an individual download. See descriptions below... This PowerPoint is broken into 5 secions (detailed below) which can be downloaded and taught separately, or downloaded as one file and taught as a who
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Women's Rights Movement Primary Source Analysis
This activity includes background information on the women's rights movement, and a list of what women could not do in 1848. Also included are primary sources and inquiry questions. Perfect to get a sense for WHY women in the 1800's wanted reform!
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Women Get the Right to Vote Reading and Questions
Students read 2 pages about women getting the right to votes (This is a quick read and is at about a 6th grade reading level), then students answer questions about the reading, answer questions about a map, and answer questions about photos. The map portion has students shade in colors based on wh
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Women's Rights Activist Project
Students will choose from an assortment of ways to present their knowledge of famous women who stood up for their rights such as Susan B Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Abigail Adams, Lucy Stone, and Sojourner Truth. Presentations are categorized by kinesthetic, tactual, verbal, visual, and musical
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Women's Suffrage The Women's Rights Movement Analyzing the Protests of the NWP
With this lesson, students learn the background leading up to the passage of the 19th amendment. They will visit two stations which discuss major protest activities from the National Woman's Party, led by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns. They will analyze the methods of protest utilized by the NWP specifi

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GAME: Who Am I? CHAIN CARDS & Key abolitionists,authors,artists, women's rights
This is a fun review game that I let my students play after teaching the unit on 19th century literature, art, abolitionists, women's rights. The game includes 16 ready-to-be-printed cards with photos of the individuals. I print them on colored paper and laminate them so they last year after year. T
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Women’s Rights Movement Activity Pack
The goal of this pack is to help your grade 4-6 students learn the main women and men who fought in the Women’s Rights Movement and the events leading up to the 19th Amendment. Topics Include: suffrage, women’s injustices, the groundbreaking newspaper The Revolution, The Declaration of Sentiments,
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Women's Rights & Seneca Falls Convention Webquest WITH KEY!
Using Biography's website,https://www.biography.com/news/seneca-falls-convention-leaders, "The Women's Rights Movement and the Women of Seneca Falls" students will find answers to the significant reasons and events of the coming of the women's rights movement and push for suffrage. This webquest i
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Australian History - Women's Right's Throughout the Ages
Australian History - Women's Rights Throughout the Ages An activity that matches the outcomes for Year 6 in the Australian Curriculum. Work cards and activity sheet for groups to match the main events that took place during the ages with Women's Rights in Australian history. Keep the groups rotatin
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Women's rights - modern connections
While teaching the progressive era we talk about women's rights in the 19th century and early 20th century. However, this PPT will connect to the present by discussing some problems that women still experience today both in America and around the world. This zip file also includes a worksheet for st
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US History Web Inquiry (Webquest) Lesson Plan: Women's Rights
This 45-60 minute webquest lesson plan helps students answer or accomplish the following: This is the perfect grab and go lesson for your students! You can use this for a sub lesson or when you'd like to get caught up on grading! ● Why did so many states deny women the right to vote? Why was women’s
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Women's Rights: Political Cartoon Analysis
Your students will analyze a political cartoon that captures the spirit of the fight for women's rights in the mid-19th century. Students will be encouraged analyze the cartoon in its entirety and comment on why the fight for these rights was so important at the time. "The Discord" has great symbol
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Civil Rights and Women's Right
A printable worksheet or assessment that allows students to identify a picture of either a civil or women's rights leader and to explain their major contributions. Includes Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Martin Luther King, Jr., Little Rock Nine, and Thurgood Marshall.
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