Human Rights - Women in the Early Workforce (WWII) & Feminism

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★ 1x Women’s Struggle for Equal Employment Rights WORKSHEET: Text extract & questions
★ 1x Human Rights and Feminism POWERPOINT

These resources are marvellous for Stage 3 History lessons that focus on Australia as a Nation. The PowerPoint slides allow students to discuss and analyse various historical sources about womens working rights and personal expectations prior to World War I in 1914.

The PowerPoint slides contain factual statistics about men vs women pay rates and experiences that highlight the importance of human rights for all individuals in Australia.

The corresponding worksheet provides factual details, dates and statistics about women’s struggle for equal employment rights leading to inequality in the workforce.

• Please enjoy and happy teaching!! •
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1 hour

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Human Rights - Women in the Early Workforce (WWII) & Feminism
Human Rights - Women in the Early Workforce (WWII) & Feminism
Human Rights - Women in the Early Workforce (WWII) & Feminism
Human Rights - Women in the Early Workforce (WWII) & Feminism
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