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Women's Vote Education

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Centennial Education Center

Lesson Plan:   “Seneca Falls Convention”
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   “Taking a Stand:   Woman Suffrage and Protest at the White House”
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Research Project:   Women Leading the Way
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   100 A Centennial of Women’s Suffrage

Lesson Plan:   Progressive Era Suffrage Groups
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   State vs. Federal Campaigns
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   Western Campaign
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   Propaganda and Women’s Suffrage
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   19th Amendment
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   Women’s Voting Rights
Grade Level:   9th – 12th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Lesson Plan:   “Women, Their Rights, & Nothing Less”
Grade Level:   6th – 12th
Source:   Newseum

The Centennial for Teachers
Curriculum:   “Alice-at-a-Glance Curricula”
Grade Level:   Middle School and High School
Source:   Alice Paul Institute

Lesson Plan:   “Alice Paul & Women’s Rights”
Grade Level:   5th – 12th Source:   National Parks Services

Lesson Plan:   Overview of the Women Suffrage Movement
(This plan identifies common core and NY State standards met)
Grade Level:   7th – 10th
Source:   Syracuse University Libraries Special Collections Research Center

Lesson Plan:   History of Voting Rights in America
Grade Level:   6th – 10th
Source:   Teaching Tolerance

Lesson Plan:   Women’s Suffrage:   Their Rights and Nothing Less
Grade Level:   Middle School and High School
Source:   Library of Congress

Lesson Plan:   Utah Women’s Suffrage:   Reader’s Theatre and Voting Simulation
Grade Level:   Elementary
Source:   Better Days 2020

Lesson Plan:   Women’s Suffrage in the United States
Grade Level:   K – 5th
Source:   Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics

Lesson Plan:   Seneca Falls and Suffrage
Grade Level:   5th, 6th, 7th & 8th
Source:   National Women’s History Museum

Online Activity Discovering When Women Voted Around the World
Source:   Scholastic

Focus on One Primary Document, a Letter from Susan B. Anthony, with Discussion Questions
Source:   The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

Overview of Suffrage from Standpoint of Women in Congress
Source:   History, Art & Archives; United States House of Representatives

Women’s Rights:   Primary Sources and Teaching Activities
Source:   Doc Teach

Play:   Failure is Impossible
Source:   National Archives

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“Delaware Day Competition Display” at Legislative Hall

If you would like to learn more about the “Delaware Day Competition Display” at Legislative Hall, click here.
The display will be at Legislative Hall until December 12th.

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Children’s Books on Women’s Suffrage

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Pre-Teen/Teen Books on Women’s Suffrage

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Adult Books on Women’s Suffrage

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Women’s Empowerment Books

Educational Resources

Delaware Library Guide
Educational Videos
Educational Websites
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Celebrate the Women’s Suffrage Centennial by making sure you’re registered to vote.


All Delawareans are encouraged to register to vote or update their registration at ivote.de.gov.








   


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