I Could Do That Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote Journeys Unit 5 Lesson 22 4th

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I Could Do That
Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote
Journeys Unit 5 Lesson 22
Fourth Grade
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Common Core aligned

Pg. 3-5 Vocabulary in Context – copy pages A and B back to back, fold on solid lines, cut on dotted lines, illustrate and write a sentence for each word
Pg. 6 Use It! – use your vocabulary words in a paragraph or short story to show their meaning
Pg. 7-8 Roll and Spell – roll the dice to see how many times to write each spelling word
Pg. 9-11 My Comprehension Flip It! – fold on the solid line and cut on the dotted lines – answer the questions and illustrate to show your understanding of the story
Pg. 12 Roll a Negative – roll two dice to get a negative – use the negative in a sentence – repeat until you have seven sentences written
Pg. 13 -14 Use a Dictionary – a fun, foldable, little book – cut and fold as seen in the example – have the students fill out – give them seven words to look up in a dictionary
Pg. 15-18 Esther’s Hat Shop – fold a piece of construction paper horizontally to form two doors – cut, color, and glue the sign and windows to the paper as seen in the example – open the doors to the store and add the cause and effect boxes by gluing the hat cause box on top of the effect box so that you are able to flip up the cause and write the effect – write cause and effects from the reading selection or write your own cause and effects
Pg. 19-20 Esther’s Timeline – cut out the timeline and glue it together as seen in the example – fill out the information
Pg. 21 -23 Writing Responses! – I can do that! –write about a challenge that you overcame – Esther’s Actions… - write about the effects of Esther’s actions – How did it change her community and this country? – Dear Esther Morris – write a letter to Esther Morris
Pg. 24 Compare and Contrast! – use the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Esther Morris and Sacagawea
Pg. 25-30 Why Every Vote Counts… - write to inform people why every person’s vote counts – copy off the front and the back of the ballot box onto brown construction paper – cut along the line on the front ballot box – glue the front and back together along the edges – put the ribbon button together with the three colored ribbons – glue the button onto the front of the ballot box – slide your writing paper in so that it is sticking out of the ballot box – see example
Pg. 31 Thanks and credits
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I Could Do That Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote Journeys
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I Could Do That Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote Journeys
I Could Do That Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote Journeys
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