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Passing the Nineteenth Amendment

Introduce your students to the history of the Nineteenth Amendment which expanded voting rights to women. In this multimedia lesson, your students examine a primary source song and image.

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The Trials of Joan of Arc

Read the story of Joan of Arc, then write questions for interviews with Joan of Arc and a person from the present-day.

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Era of Reform

Examine key excerpts from the Declaration of Sentiments and consider how much progress has been made for women.

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The Clash Between Traditionalism and Modernism

Discuss three opinions on 1920s social issues from the perspective of either a traditionalist or modernist.

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Marie Curie

Marie Curie

For Women’s History Month, introduce your students to Nobel-prize-winning-scientist Marie Curie. In this lesson, students learn about Marie Curie’s accomplishments and then design an investigation themselves.

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Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall

Watch a video or read the text to learn about Jane Goodall’s achievements. Students then practice asking questions and write a plan to investigate a question.

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Primary Source Activities

These rich Primary Sources come with questions to guide students through analysis and can be used to facilitate classroom discussions.

Integrated Literacy

Biographies

Learn about six lesser-known women who contributed to their communities. Consider assigning a group to read each and share what they’ve learned.

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