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Teaching Reform movements & the women's sphere in the 1800s

Reform movements & the women's sphere in the 1800s

Imagine growing up in the United States when it was only 30 years old. Your parents and grandparents would perhaps remember the Revolutionary War and would tell you stories about it. The traditions and culture of the country would still be forming. The future of the nation would be your generation’s to write. For Americans coming of age in the early 1800s, this was the case. It was a time of great change and optimism.

American Yawp
Stanford University Press

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

What were Americans concerned about in the early 1800s?
STANDARDS:
RH.2 - Main Ideas, RH.4 - Key Terms & Tone

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2
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