Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions

Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
Annie Oakley Reading Passage and Questions
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Students read a one page history of Annie Oakley, answer 9 questions, and complete a creative task about creating a museum exhibit for Annie Oakley. This would be a great Women's History Month activity or as part of a unit on America from 1865-1920. The answers are not included because they are all opinion based. This would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--What do you think the purpose was in Annie Oakley having a stage name?
--Explain the meaning of Sitting Bull’s nickname for Annie.
--In what ways did Annie directly or indirectly empower women?
--Provide a description of what you think her husband was like and where might his progressiveness have come from to for him to step aside and let Annie shine?
--Write a one line slogan that would be used to advertise an Annie Oakley show coming to a town near you.

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