- Civics & Government
- Voting & Suffrage
- Women in History
- NCSS Standards
- Analyze primary sources and extract information from them in order to answer questions or form a narrative.
- Learn more about the important people, places, and events related to the movement and the eventual ratification of the 19th Amendment.
- Learn how to use search terms, filters, and tags to locate content in a large database.
- Use as a research tool when developing suffrage-related lesson plans using the included primary sources and other content.
- Assign any of the Guided Tours or game chapters to be reviewed/played by students which can then be followed up with written questions or an in-class discussion.
- Find resources to learn more about the Inquiry Design Model, the C3 Social Studies Framework, and working with Primary Sources (https://voicesforsuffrage.com/resources)
- Voices for Suffrage is a great research tool for students when completing suffrage-based assignments or projects.
- Guided Tours and the They Persisted game are fun ways for students to interact with the content.
- The scrapbook format allows students to click through artifacts such as pins and flyers to learn how they contributed to the movement.
- Exploring the movement by engaging with timelines, navigating guided tours around key themes, and exploring a database of information and sources.
- Replay the movement: put yourself in the shoes of a suffragette, join a party, and find out how you might respond to key events guided by primary sources.
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