Votes for Women: The Story of the Amendment
Votes for Women | The Story of the Amendment
Welcome to Votes for Women: The Story of the Amendment!
In this course, you will have an opportunity to become familiar with the interplay between such governing principles as equality, liberty, justice, and separation of powers on the one hand, and essential civic virtues such as civil discourse, humility, integrity, and responsibility, on the other. Through a variety of reflection activities, you will have opportunities to continue developing the habit of thinking about self-government through the lens of these crucial principles and virtues that can be transferred to your own classroom and your own students.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Reflect on successes and acknowledge barriers when using sources with students
Review historical source literacy skills and practice applying skills with a primary source
Evaluate a primary source by using a modeling technique
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