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Library of Congress: Media Gallery | Women's Suffrage

For Students 6th - Higher Ed
Designed to support a study of women's suffrage in the United States, a primary source document set from the Library of Congress includes images, song sheets, articles, statistical documents, political cartoon, and audio recordings...
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19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution - Women's Right to Vote (1920) and Resource Materials

For Students 6th - Higher Ed
A facsimile of the 19th Amendment, a transcript of the amendment, a photograph of a suffragist march, and a background information sheet that details the struggle to get the amendment passed comprise a packet of resource materials...
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Gladys West

For Students 5th - 12th
Teens might find it hard to imagine life before GPS. Using global positioning systems, they can quickly locate the nearest gas station, fast food establishment, or the home of a new friend. Introduce them to Gladys West, the lady who...
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Mae C. Jemison

For Students 5th - 12th
The poster of Mae C. Jemison, the first African-American woman astronaut, challenges young scientists to consider what they intend to do to achieve their dreams. 
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Tu Youyou

For Students 5th - 12th
Meet Tu Youyou, the first woman from China to win a Nobel Prize. Display a poster of Youyou in your classroom to inspire young scientists to persevere where others have failed. Her discovery of artemisinin to cure malaria has saved...
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Juliana Rotich

For Students 5th - 12th
Hahidi, which is testimony or witness in Swahili, is a concept, a program, a community of people. This free and open-source software was developed by Juliana Rotich. A poster celebrates her vision and accomplishments and deserves an...
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Maria da Penha

For Students 5th - 12th
A colorful poster introduces class members to Maria da Penha. A biopharmacist and activist, Penha was influential in writing and getting passed, Brazil's first domestic violence law which bears her name.
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Dr. Hayat Sindi

For Students 5th - 12th
Dr. Hayat bint Sulaiman bin Hassan Sindi has achieved many firsts, most notably the first female member of Saudi Arabia's Consultative Assembly. A colorful poster touts some of her many accomplishments.
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Rosalind Franklin

For Students 5th - 12th
Rosalind Franklin, the Dark Lady of Science, is featured in an intriguing poster that is sure to inspire young scientists.
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Cynthia Breazeal

For Students 5th - 12th
MIT Professor Cynthia Breazeal is a pioneer in the field of social robotics. Introduce your classes to this amazing woman with a colorful poster that details some of her many accomplishments.
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The Federal Government's Budget Process

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Over the past two decades, the federal government has shut down at least four times. Pupils may have a tough time understanding the significance of these events without appropriate background. A graphic resource traces the budget...
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How The Supreme Court Works

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Just how does a case come before the highest court in the land? A graphic flow chart unpacks how plaintiffs come before the Supreme Court. Graphics include background on the nine justices and just how many cases they actually hear each...
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Legit-O-Meter

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Pop-ups, banner ads, grammar mistakes ... these are all signs of an untrustworthy website. With the handy Legit-O-Meter poster, scholars can now double-check their sources to ensure accurate, reliable information. The color-coded poster...
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The Lowdown — Living Wages in CA: Ratio and Rate in the Real World

For Students 5th - 7th Standards
How much money is enough money? Future wage earners explore the minimum hourly wage and then use it to calculate monthly and yearly earnings. They use an interactive to consider living costs and determine whether earning a minimum wage...
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Fauna

For Students 9th - 12th
Scientists recently estimate that more than 50 million species of fauna exist on earth. A presentation shares over 40 high definition photos of a variety of fauna. Mammals, birds, insects, fish, and more star in action shots in their...
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Fake News: Historical Timeline

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
In 1874, The New York Herald falsely claimed that several animals escaped from the Central Park Zoo, and panic ensued. Using the helpful infographic, pupils discover more instances of fake news throughout history, from as far back as 63...
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Seasons on Earth and Mars

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Winter, spring, summer, and fall—Earth experiences them all! But what about Mars? Scholars compare the planets in terms of distance, tilt, and rotation during a lesson from PBS's Space series. Great visual models of Earth and Mars, plus...
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The Planets of the Solar System

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Launch a lesson that's sure to capture middle schoolers' interest! Exploration enthusiasts examine the planets of our solar system using an activity from PBS's Space series. The resource includes images and information for each planet,...
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Sunlight into Electricity Using Nanotechnology

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
Shine a light on nanotechnology. Scholars read an electrifying poster to learn about the relationship between nanotechnology and solar energy. They start with a whole solar panel, then focus in on smaller and smaller components of the...
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Water Purification with Nanotechnology

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
These small particles have a huge job. A poster shows future engineers an application of nanotechnology. It describes how nano silver particles are embedded into plastic water barrels to help kill E. coli bacteria.
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Gas Detection in Mining Using Nanotechnology

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
Mine a great resource for all it's worth. A well-drawn, colorful poster explains how nanotechnology benefits mining operations. It shows how sensors use nanowires to detect gases to help keep miners safe.
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Cancer Treatment with Nanotechnology

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
Is nanotechnology the cure to cancer? A comics-based poster introduces nanotechnology applications in the medical field. Viewers see how nanoparticles play a role in targeted cancer drug delivery systems.
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Digital Citizenship and Blogging

For Students 6th - 12th
Encourage positive digital citizenship and healthy blogging habits with a one-page infographic designed to showcase eight pertinent aspects of blogging—netiquette, content curation, copyright, and more! 
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Florence Nightingale Fact Cards

For Students 6th - 9th Standards
When you hear the name Florence Nightingale, what comes to your mind? Wartime nurse? The International Red Cross? Florence Nightingale's many contributions to the Crimean war effort, the welfare of injured soldiers, and the future of...