This lesson segment is modified from womenhistory.org.
Read the following comics to build on what you have already learned in this lesson. After reading the comics, and reviewing the presentation that you have been building since the beginning of the lesson you will create your own comic using a free account at Pixton.com
- Full Color Comic PDF.pdf
- No Color No Words PDF.pdf
- See, Say, Think 2 revised.pdf
- How Does It Relate.pdf
Moving forward to the Vote
Working collaboratively or individually, you will research and create a comic panel(s) illustrating and explaining one of the following:
- Seneca Falls Convention
- The ideals of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, and Susan B. Anthony
- The signing of the 19th Amendment
The comic panels must reference the impact on the women's movement. Students will share their comics with the class with zoom and the screen share function.
Please use Pixton to create your comic.
INSERT FINAL PRESENTATION DIRECTIONS
create and insert a vocabulary Assessment
This test is a ten-question pre-assessment of the women's movement lesson plan and is aligned to assess the students' current understanding of the material. I compare the results of the pre-test to the final assessment to ensure that I meet student needs and to assess my own teaching.