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PDF Womens History: American Women Part 1 Unit Study
Higher Education. Adult Education. See All Resource Types. Games 4 Learning. Teaching Times 2. Activities to Teach. Firefighter Craft. Math Tech Connections. Halloween Craft Haunted House. Mrs J's Resource Creations. Teaching Buddy Loves Math. Sort by: Rating. This pack has everything you need to teach your students about 22 important individuals during Woman's History Month. There are reading comprehension passages, quotes, hands-on timeline activities, brainstorming pages, and biography pages for EVERY person! I also added photograph pages with lines so. Activities , Printables , Posters.
Add to cart. Wish List. Rooted in Reading is a set of lesson plans and activities that focus around a read-aloud story each week. The teacher reads the book throughout the week and models how to think deeply, ask questions, monitor comprehen. Lesson Plans Bundled , Unit Plans. Activities , Fun Stuff , Printables. This product contains two methods for making a classroom Ruby Bridges poster. One a bit more challenging that the other--great for differentiation! I also include a bonus "unscramble the drawing worksheet" to add to this lesson.
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I have included b. Helen Keller's life story is incredibly inspirational. This biography unit includes everything you need to learn all about her life story with reading passages, biography organizers, vocabulary posters, character traits activities, comprehension questions, quiz, and flip book.
Newly Updated to inclu. This is an excellent site for learning about women at the turn of the nineteenth century as well as for practicing historical thinking skills. The site also has a teaching section with lesson plans and activity ideas. Classroom Resources "Votes for Women" Suffrage Pictures, The Library of Congress has extensive and varied resources related to the campaign for woman suffrage in the United States; including, portraits, photographs of parades, picketing suffragists, and demonstrating anti-suffragists.
Votes for Women This site consists of books, pamphlets, handbooks, reports, speeches, and other artifacts totaling some 10, pages dealing with the suffrage movement in America. African American Women Writings of three African American women of the 19th century are offered in this site.
Civil War Women These documents relate to three American women of diverse backgrounds and political persuasions. Discovering American Women's History Online This database provides access to digital collections of primary sources photos, letters, diaries, artifacts, etc. Dutton, Kerber, L. DeHart, eds. Women's America: Refocusing the Past. NY: Oxford University Press, An excellent compendium of primary and secondary sources for advanced students with a videotape list and bibliography for each chapter.
Lerner, G. NY: Vintage Books, NY: Bantam, Even when nothing else in women's history gets taught, the standard U. The following are recommended.
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Flexner, E. Century of Struggle. NY: Atheneum Press, The classic work. Scott, A. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Includes primary sources and analysis.
Social Education. Includes Crocco, M. Wheeler, M. Oregon: New Sage Press, Includes the most up to date scholarship on the suffrage struggle. Primary sources for use in teaching European women's history at the secondary level include the following. Anderson, B. I and II. NY: Harper and Row, The best collection available. Bridenthal, R.
Becoming Visible: Women in European History. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, For good readers. The Creation of Patriarchy. For materials created expressly for students, a number of organizations offer their own publications or serve as clearinghouses.