One of the leaders in support of Women's Rights is Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As the second female who was appointed to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States of America, she is revered and honored. Now, through the study of this book, students can learn about this woman who has made her career fighting against discrimination in all of its forms.
In this resource, you will find the book divided by its chapters. For each chapter, I have provided a study guide, a reading comprehension quiz, a reading for analysis quiz, and a focusing on big ideas handout. These printable pages will be handy whether you are studying the book in its entirety or just aiming to read through a few chapters.
Also, if you have the time, I have thrown in vocabulary worksheets, building background activities, and a post-reading internet research mini-project.