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- Students read 5 short passages on Dolley Madison, Queen Victoria, Harriet Quimby, an American Farm Wife, and Dorothea Lange and the Migrant Mother and answer up to 8 questions based on the text and how the women relate to Women's History Month. This also includes 3 primary sources related to the su$13.00$21.75Save $8.75
- These activities and primary source readings introduce students to different women and their historical significance (whether well known or not) as well as the suffrage movement. It also includes a pamphlet activity where students can choose specific women to learn more about and a "create your own$20.00$34.50Save $14.50
Students read about when Dorothea Lange famously photographed the Migrant Mother during the Great Depression and answer 7 questions of varying degrees of difficulty. This would be great for a sub or a short Women's History Month Activity. An answer key is included where appropriate.
Sample questions include:
--How do you think this photograph instigated direct government relief to the Migrant Mother’s agricultural camp?
--What type of instinct might Lange have been feeling/referring to?
--Decide whether Dorothea Lange or the Migrant mother should be showcased as the “Woman of the Day” for Women’s History Month and explain why.
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