Great Exit Projects on the Women's Rights Movement
In the United States, the women's rights movement began with women demanding suffrage, or the right to vote, in the late nineteenth century. Over the next hundred years, this fight for equal rights would evolve and shift. In this book, readers will trace the history of the women's rights movement through project-based learning. Students can model their own projects on those provided, including drawing maps, writing letters to important historical figures, and more. Vibrant photographs and enlightening sidebars enhance the background information and projects provided.