This bundle explores the women's rights movement from 1800 to 1860. Students begin with an analysis of a political cartoon. From there, students complete a note guide while a PowerPoint presents background information about the beginnings of this movement. The PowerPoint touches upon the next two products in this bundle, which will provide your students with more detailed information.
There are 26 pages in this in this bundle, including answer documents and instruction page.
Political cartoon analysis: "The Discord" - A fun opening which can lead to rich discussion
PowerPoint and Note Organizer: Fourteen slides walk your students through the early days of the women's rights movement
Summary Reading and Questions: The Seneca Falls Convention - This reading will give your students a deeper understanding of this amazing event, including the "Declaration of Sentiments"
Prove It! primary source analysis: Sojourner Truth: "Ain't I a Woman" - A powerful speech that students analyze using a popular product
Instruction page: This page let's you know how I present this material in my classroom.
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