Students match the original grievances from the Declaration of Sentiments with a simplified version. Then, students respond to text-based questions related to the grievances and two additional primary sources.
Use this in March for Women’s History Month, at the start of a women’s suffrage unit, or a pre-Civil War unit.
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2-page worksheet with glossary, two more primary sources, and text-dependent questions*
Visual Learners Guide to help pace lesson*
Simple teaching guide with suggested use for small group activity + answer key
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