The Women's Movement is part of the Conflict & Compromise in History teacher resource book series. The book covers the period from the 1830 to the 1970s. Students learn to understand women's difficulty in securing greater equality and ways in which contemporary political and social events shaped the women's movement as a whole. The book provides the followings:
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Each resource book contains:
- Introductory essays designed to ground readers in the overall topic and to introduce two “defining moments” related to the topic that changed the course of history
- A wealth of primary source materials including laws, poems, quotations, cartoons, speeches, journal entries, editorials, and photographs
- Reference materials providing vital contextual information, including biographies, background essays, glossary terms, and descriptions of places, movements, events, organizations, and more related to the topic
- Engaging classroom activities designed to encourage students to analyze and evaluate the ways that the Women’s Movement has been handled throughout the past centuries
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 27 March, 2007.