In commemoration of Women’s History Month, we present the following resource to help educators engage students in thinking broadly and critically about the experience of women and gender in all of its complexity. In highlighting the significant events as well as people that have made a substantial contribution to women’s experience, instruction should incorporate various elements of the curriculum including history, literature, politics, first-person experiences, the arts, and the struggle for equity.
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7 Ideas for Teaching Women's History Month
Subject Arts — Dance, Music Lesson Plans, Visual Arts • English Language Arts — Language, Reading Standards for Fiction, Reading Standards for Informational Text, Speaking and Listening, Writing • Social Studies — Civic Participation, Civics and Government, Civil Rights, Current Events, Government, Immigration, Research Skills, State and Local History
Grade Level Grades K-12
Resource Type Project Based Learning