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. (The stamp is purple on my document, but not on the tiff thumbnail.) There are three pages of informational text about how the three advanced the progress of women toward achieving the right to vote. Details about the Nineteenth Amendment are included. The twenty multiple choice questions give students four choices to pick from for each question. The lesson explicitly teaches and assesses the vocabulary words: suffrage, oppressed, convened, ratify, resolution, amendment, suffragist, and suffragette. Reading somprehension skills assessed are Drawing Conclusions, Locating Details, Distinguishing Similarities and Differences, Relating Causes and Effects, and Making Inferences. The reading level is geared for middle school, but the content is suitable for high school as well. Don't miss out on this gem! Answer Key is included. The lesson is on a word document that you can easily edit to suit your own needs.