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Women of the US(late 1800s-beginning of the 1900s) Lecture/Cornell Notes

Women of the US(late 1800s-beginning of the 1900s) Lecture/Cornell Notes
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This 23 slides editable presentation will let your students examine the status of women in the late 1800s and at the turn of the century.The presentation discusses first advocates for women rights, such as Abigail Adams, cult of domesticity/ prescribed gender roles, first college for women, abolitionist movement, temperance movement and fist attempts to protest against inequalities against harsh conditions of women's labor.
The lecture accompanied by Cornell Notes that follow the lecture in the order of the presentation. There is a place at the end for students to write a summary and to reflect.
The presentation contains a link to the video clip about Abigail Adams from History.com
Total Pages
23 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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