April 20

posted Apr 20, 2012, 5:15 AM by Peter Knowles   [ updated Apr 20, 2012, 5:28 AM ]
If you didn't post Assessment 13, Due YESTERDAY, you're behind schedule. 
But you'll need to come in at lunch today to finish, because we're doing something else in class today. 

One of the social changes taking place during the industrial revolution was an increasing role for women in areas outside the home. For many, this translated into a growing movement for women's SUFFRAGE in both the United States and in many European nations. In today's activity, you and your group members will read two different perspectives on the question. Follow the INSTRUCTIONS for the assignment closely, which requires you to:
  1. READ the two passages
  2. COMPLETE an APPARTS Chart for at least one of them, though you may do both if it helps. 
  3. CREATE a table, chart, or Venn Diagram that allows you to identify key ideas that the two pieces share as well as where they disagree
When finished, you need to hand in or submit via the Drop Box:
  •  At least one APPARTS Chart for Document A or B. (You'll find a copy in Google Docs Templates)
  • A group table, chart, or Venn Diagram clearly showing how the documents support arguments for, against, or in the middle.
Additional materials that may help you understand the materials or the greater Women's Suffrage movement are linked below. Use them as you see fit.

HOMEWORK: If you didn't turn in Assessment 13, that's your homework. If you did, no homework over the weekend. Enjoy!



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Peter Knowles,
Apr 20, 2012, 5:15 AM
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Peter Knowles,
Apr 20, 2012, 5:15 AM
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Peter Knowles,
Apr 20, 2012, 5:15 AM
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