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How did women use President Wilson's ideals and rhetoric in their bid for suffrage? To answer this essential question, class groups analyze primary written documents and visual images.
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- Flip the lesson, have class members read Wilson's Address to Congress, respond to the comprehension questions, and complete the worksheets out of class before returning for the full class discussion and the group activity
- The third in a series of six resources focused on the Women's Suffrage Movement
- Class members should have experience analyzing primary source documents
- The primary source documents and worksheets are included in the 10-page packet