This Voting Rights lesson plan also includes:
Here you'll not only find a document outlining major shifts in voting-right policy in the United States, but also worksheets that will help your learners identify at what points in time groups such as women, Native Americans, and residents of Washington DC received the right to vote.
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- Straightforward documents provide comprehensive overview of voting rights history
- Easy to administer
- Basic lesson that would benefit from supplemental instructional activities or materials