This weeklong lesson plan helps high school students build their background knowledge about women and events that have contributed to the celebration of Women’s History Month through the completion of several tasks.
At the end of the lesson, students are expected to answer or accomplish the following to learn more about suffrage and women's rights in history:
1. How would you describe Women’s History Month?
2. How would you summarize social views on women then? Now?
3. Can you predict the outcome if women’s rights had not changed over time?
4. What information can you gather to support your idea about the importance of gender equality? Do this by writing a one-page essay explaining your stance on the issue through the support of your background knowledge and secondary sources.
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