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Women in Our World

Important women and important events are important to include in all subject areas. Add information to your classes about the women who changed history and paved the way for women today.
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Women in Our World
  • Distinguished Women

    Website
    distinguishedwomen.com
    distinguishedwomen.com
    Natalie Mroz says:
    It doesn't matter what subject you are teaching; you can find information on important women in that field or area at this site. From activism to veterinarians, women have done it all, and you can share these trend setters and pioneers with your students.
  • Natalie Mroz says:
    You can use this video to teach your students about Women's History Month. It provides an overview of the history behind the celebration of women.
  • Natalie Mroz says:
    I think it would be a great idea to present some of these questions to your students to stimulate discussion or start a research project with your students.
  • Natalie Mroz says:
    A history professor talks about some of the differences in women's reasons for joining the Women's Rights Movement. It's a very interesting look at history through another perspective.
  • scholastic.com
    scholastic.com

    Women's History Month for the 21st Century Girl

    Article
    Natalie Mroz says:
    This is an article that talks about women in the current period and encouraging students to take a look at careers available to them. The author also includes links to nonfiction literature and other resources for your classes.
  • Natalie Mroz says:
    Part of a larger lesson, this resource links you to primary source documents from the 1850s, so your students can take a look at what women were doing during that time period. There are also links to song lyrics. Check out the rest of the lesson as well.
  • Celebrate Women's History Month

    Website
    learning.blogs.nytimes.com
    learning.blogs.nytimes.com
    Natalie Mroz says:
    The New York Times presents some of the front pages from their archives that celebrate some of the accomplishments of women in the 1900s.
  • Natalie Mroz says:
    Read this brief history of the celebration of Women's History Month before you begin to organize your lessons. It also includes an explanation of International Women's Day.
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