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Teaching 100 years of Women's Rights: From suffrage to equal pay

100 years of Women's Rights: From suffrage to equal pay

From suffrage to equal pay, we review the last century of progress made in the name of women's rights.\n<br><br>\n<i><u>Women's History: Suffragists, Scientists & Activists (Text 1)</u> -- This text is part of a Knowledge Set about women who challenged social constraints to change public perceptions of women and promote equal rights. Use this article to help students learn about the women's suffrage movement in the U.S. and prominent women who advocated for equal rights. While reading, students should make connections between the challenges women faced in previous generations and the issues facing women today.</i>\n<br><br>\n<a href="https://files.activelylearn.com/Teaching%20Guides/Te

Allison Brito
The National Memo

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How does the fight for women's suffrage resemble other social movements in today's society?
STANDARDS:
RI.2 - Main Ideas

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3,4
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