Take your students on a walking tour to discover the contributions and impacts made by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. From her early life married to FDR to her influence and projects at Val-Kill to her time in the United Nations and writing of the Declaration on Human Rights, students will investigate the many contributions made by this courageous lady.
28 slides to be set up as centers or stations, or use with students in response groups to investigate the topics and report out to the class.
Versatile activity with different ideas for implementation.
Covers the following topics:
FDR Home, Marriage & Family
Val-Kill, Val-Kill Industries & Charity Work
Influence from the White House, Great Depression & New Deal
Life after FDR, Impact on the World & United Nations
Also includes New Deal, WPA, Women's Rights, Civil Rights, Union Work, Democratic Party, Declaration of Human Rights, and more!
All needed materials are included, as well as student handouts, primary source analysis worksheets, wrap-up questions, and a choice writing prompt assignment.
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