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Teacher: CORE History of Women
Year: 2014-15
Course: History of Women
Introduction to History of Women ~ Students will understand why it is important to study Women's History.
Essential
Assessments Skills
Questions
Standards
8.3.12. A-Evaluate the role groups and individuals from the U.S.
played in the social, political, cultural, and economic development
of the world.
8.4.12. A-Evaluate the role groups and individuals played in the
social, political, cultural, and economic development throughout
world history.
RH.11-12.2-Determine the central ideas or information of a
primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary that
makes clear the relationships among the key details and ideas.
WHST.11-12.1.e-Provide a concluding statement or section that
follows from or supports the argument presented.
Women In Historical Times ~
Standards
Content Lessons Resources
Students will Women's History understand that women have
Who
understand Pretest
largely been left out of traditional Should We
why it is
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history courses and yet have
Study?
important to
contributed significantly to events
study
that have influenced all society.
Women's
History.
understand the value of studying
the contributions of women.
Darrow, Whitney. I'm Glad I'm A
Boy! I'm Glad I'm A Girl. Windmill
Books. 1970
Brakeman, Lynne & Gall, Susan,
Eds. Chronology of Women
Worldwide. People, Places &
Events that Shaped History. Gale
Press. 1997
What were the contributions and roles of women in historical times?
Essential
Assessments
Questions
8.3.12.A-Evaluate the role groups and What were the Historical Times
individuals from the U.S. played in the roles and
Essay 2/28/2015
social, political, cultural, and
contributions
economic development of the world. of women in
8.4.12.A-Evaluate the role groups and historical
individuals played in the social,
times?
political, cultural, and economic
development throughout world
history.
Skills
Content
Understand the economic, political and social contributions of Colonial American
women during ancient civilizations, the Renaissance, the
Women
Reformation, Age of Discovery, Colonial America, and Civil War
eras.
Women In Ancient
Greece
Examine the roles of women within the culture during these
time periods.
Lessons Resources
Colonial
America
Lesson
Hymowitz, Carol & Weissman, Michaele.
A History of Women in America.
Bantam. 1984
(Chapter 1 Founding Mothers.)
Women In Ancient
Rome
Identify who were important women during these time periods Women in Ancient
and why their contributions were important.
Egypt
Women in Ancient
China
Women in Japan
Women in Civil War
Leinwand, Gerald, Pagent of World
History. Prentice Hall. 1990
Teacher: CORE History of Women
Women in Recent Times ~
Standards
Year: 2014-15
Course: History of Women
Students will examine women's rights in the United States.
Essential
Assessments Skills
Questions
8.3.12.A-Evaluate the role groups How did the
and individuals from the U.S.
women's
played in the social, political,
rights
cultural, and economic
movement in
development of the world.
the United
RH.11-12.2-Determine the central States
ideas or information of a primary evolve?
or secondary source; provide an
accurate summary that makes
clear the relationships among the
key details and ideas.
WHST.11-12.1-Write arguments
focused on discipline-specific
content.
understand the social conditions that led women to
organize for the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848.
Content
Susan B. Anthony
Lucretia Mott
compare and contrast women leaders like Elizabeth Cady
Alice Paul
Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul and Rosa Parks who
were key players in the movement.
Women's Suffrage
examine the importance of suffrage and the Equal Rights Seneca Falls
Amendment to women.
Convention
explore the events that led to the second wave of
feminism and contrast them with early issues.
19th Amendment
Civil Rights and
Women
examine how the role of women has changed since
World War II and the economic contributions of women.
Equal Rights
Amendment
examine how opportunities for women have changed
today.
Issues Facing
Women Today
examine at how gender roles have changed for both men
and women.
identify the progress that has been made and the issues
that are still challenges for women.
Lessons Resources
Videos
Dream of Equality
Iron Jawed Angels
Rosa Parks Story
Mona Lisa Smile
Declaration of Rights and
Sentiments by Elizabeth Cady
Stanton. Seneca Falls NY. 1848
Cady Stanton, Elizabeth. Oh My
Daughter, I Wish You Were A Boy in
Eighty Years and More:
Reminiscences 1815-1897. 1898
VanBurkleo, Sandra F. (1990). No
Rights But Human Rights: The
Emancipation of American Women.
Constitution, Vol. 2 (2).
Teacher: CORE History of Women
Year: 2014-15
Course: History of Women
Women In Sports
Standards
Essential
Questions
10.1. A-Evaluate factors that impact growth and
How have sports
development during adulthood and late adulthood. changed women?
8.3.12. A-Evaluate the role groups and individuals
from the U.S. played in the social, political, cultural, How have women
and economic development of the world.
changed sports?
RH.11-12.1-Cite specific textual evidence to support
analysis of primary and secondary sources,
connecting insights gained from specific details to an
understanding of the text as a whole.
RH.11-12.2-Determine the central ideas or
information of a primary or secondary source;
provide an accurate summary that makes clear the
relationships among the key details and ideas.
RH.11-12.9-Integrate information from diverse
sources, both primary and secondary, into a coherent
understanding of an idea or event, noting
discrepancies among sources.
WHST.11-12.6-Use technology, including the Internet,
to produce, publish, and update individual or shared
writing products in response to ongoing feedback,
including new arguments or information.
Assessments
Skills
Content
Reactions 3/16/2015 Understand how the societal Archery
beliefs about exercise
limited opportunities for
Croquet
women in sports.
Basketball
examine early women
pioneers in the sports
movement.
Babe Didrikson
Title IX
analyze the effects of Title IX
Billie Jean King
on both men’s and women’s
sports.
Women in the
Olympics
investigate and analyze the
current status of sports
Women of College
opportunities for women.
Sports
Women in
Professional Sports
Benefits of Athletic
Participation
Lessons Resources
HBO: History of
Women in Sports
A League of Their Own
(1992)
Teacher: CORE History of Women
Year: 2014-15
Course: History of Women
Women In Literature
Standards
RI.11-12.3-Analyze a complex set of ideas or
sequence of events and explain how specific
individuals, ideas, or events interact and
develop over the course of the text.
WHST.11-12.1.e-Provide a concluding
statement or section that follows from or
supports the argument presented.
WHST.11-12.6-Use technology, including the
Internet, to produce, publish, and update
individual or shared writing products in
response to ongoing feedback, including new
arguments or information.
Essential
Questions
What
contributions
have women
made to
literature?
Assessments Skills
Content
Woman Author
Oral Project
5/1/2015
Kate Chopin
What are
women writing
about?
analyze what women are writing about.
examine how the time period that women lived influenced their Judy Brady
writing.
Marge Piercy
identify women who made contributions as writers and study
the impact of their writing historically as well as in present day. Angelica
Gibbs
Current
Authors
How does their
writing
contribute to
current
culture?
Lessons Resources
Kate Chopin. The
Story of an Hour
Judy Brady. I Want
A Wife.
Marge Piercy
Poems.
Barbie Doll
Bonsai Tree
Something’s
Burning In the
Kitchen
Gibbs, Angelica.
The Test.
Women in the Military
Standards
8.3.12.A-Evaluate the role groups and
individuals from the U.S. played in the social,
political, cultural, and economic development
of the world.
8.4.12.A-Evaluate the role groups and
individuals played in the social, political,
cultural, and economic development
throughout world history.
WHST.11-12.1-Write arguments focused on
discipline-specific content.
Women's Health Issues
Essential
Questions
Assessments Skills
What is the
Reaction Essay
appropriate
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role for women
in the military?
understand the benefits of women serving in the military.
assess the disadvantages of women serving in the military.
Content
Gender
differences
for Men and
Women
discuss the double standard that now exists for women in the
military and how men are experiencing reverse discrimination. Role of
Women in
discuss the ethical dilemmas and psychological factors of
the Military
women in combat.
Past and
Present
discuss what the appropriate role for women in the military
should be.
Lessons Resources
Video
National Desk:
Women in the
Military.
Current Events
Teacher: CORE History of Women
Year: 2014-15
Course: History of Women
Standards
Essential Questions
Assessments Skills
10.1.A-Evaluate factors that impact
growth and development during
adulthood and late adulthood.
10.1.E-Identify and analyze factors
that influence the prevention and
control of health problems.
RH.11-12.2-Determine the central
ideas or information of a primary or
secondary source; provide an
accurate summary that makes clear
the relationships among the key
details and ideas.
WHST.11-12.6-Use technology,
including the Internet, to produce,
publish, and update individual or
shared writing products in response
to ongoing feedback, including new
arguments or information.
What are the current health Woman's Health discuss health issues that affect
issues that challenge women Issue Brochure women.
today?
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research the causes, symptoms,
How do diseases manifest
methods of prevention and treatments
themselves differently in men
of common diseases.
and women?
analyze some of the common myths
What are the facts and myths
associated with women’s health issues.
about women's health
issues?
Content
Lessons Resources
Causes and Treatments for
Diseases like:
Lung Cancer
Health Issues Internet resources
Project
Breast Cancer
Heart Disease
Video
Climb Against the
Odds
HPV
Cervical Cancer
Osteoporosis
Gestational Diabetes
Infertility
Yeast Infections
Toxic Shock Syndrome
Stroke
Depression
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Women in Entertainment
Standards
Essential Questions
Assessments Skills
WHST.11-12.6-Use technology,
including the Internet, to produce,
publish, and update individual or
shared writing products in response
to ongoing feedback, including new
arguments or information.
How does the representation
of women in the media
influence how women
perceive themselves and how
they are perceived by
society?
Women In
examine the current icons and role
Popular iconic women in TV,
Entertainment models for women today.
Music, Movies, Theatre,
Oral Presentation
Dance - Past and Present
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assess what messages are being relayed
from these public figures.
discuss what makes a woman successful
in the 21st Century.
Content
Lessons Resources
Internet resources
Video
Barbara Walters 100
Most Influential
Women of the 20th
Century