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25 Warm-Ups Bell Ringers: WOMEN IN HISTORY Non-Fiction for 5th-12th Grade

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5th - 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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WOMEN IN HISTORY Themed: Each of the 25 Daily Warm-Up/Bell Ringer passages is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for ELA and are written for grades 5 to 8 but will also work for high school.

This resource work well for classroom, digital, and hybrid use. This is in form fillable PDF, PowerPoint and PDF with lines for printables.

From social media stars to history to civil rights and beyond – these passages promote critical thinking and are aligned with the National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies for the fifth and eighth grades as well as the CCSS.

The questions are both constructed response and multiple choice and help you incorporate the – communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity your students need in order to be successful in school and in life. They are designed to help students think critically and to prepare them for STAAR, PARCC and Smarter Balanced assessments.

The topics are non-fiction / informational text and perfect for use as warm-ups, bell ringers, early finishers, unit reinforcers, partner or group work and/or lesson starters. They are designed to foster higher order thinking skills and writing across the curriculum. They are Women in History, reading and writing themed and ask thought provoking questions to help students become independent thinkers and provide exercise for their brain muscles.

The passages are designed to be differentiated, so mix it up. Have students work alone, in pairs or in small groups. Encourage dialogue around the questions. If a passage seems particularly difficult for your students – pair up struggling readers with patient proficient readers and writers. Some of the best thinking happens this way.

These passages work for digital learning as well. They can be emailed or uploaded to any platform and assigned as warm-ups, lesson starters or reading assignments.

Table of Contents

Warm-Ups Women In History Themed Instructions page 3

Women in History page 4

Tabitha Babbitt page 5

The Ice Cream Maker – Nancy Johnson page 6

Monopoly page 7

Dr. Shirley Jackson page 8

Apps, Games, All Software – Grace Hopper page 9

Sybil Ludington: She Did the Paul Revere Thing, Too page 10

Women in History Quotes page 11

Malala Yousafzai page 12

Alicia Keys page 13

Harriet Beecher Stowe page 14

Empress Wu Zetian page 15

Madam C.J. Walker page 17

Princess Diana page 18

Jane Austen – Early Influencer page 19

Joan of Arc page 20

Sacagawea page 21

Georgia O’Keefe and Mary Cassatt page 22

JK Rowling page 23

Mary Shelley vs. JK Rowling page 24

A Few Other Women in History page 25

Wilma Mankiller page 26

The Fastest Women Ever page 27

The Food Behind the Movement page 28

Lynda Blackman Lowery page 29

Main Idea and Key Details Rubric page 30

Constructed Response Rubric page 31

Inference Rubricpage 32

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50 pages
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