Prior Knowledge Needed:
Students should be able to comfortably make inferences about characters in stories they are reading (character traits, intentions, predictions, etc.)
Students should be able to understand the background of laws allowing only men voters for political leaders.
Students will watch videos depicting the story of two strong women fighting for abolition and women's suffrage and what traits these women contained.
How does a strong belief and perseverance lead to change?
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
Magazines, posters, or any materials containing images and words.
- 8-5 The student will understand the impact of Reconstruction, industrialization, and Progressivism on society and politics in South Carolina in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- During the periods of Reconstruction, industrial expansion, and the Progressive movement, South Carolina searched for ways to revitalize its economy while maintaining its traditional society. To understand South Carolina’s experience as represen...
- 8-4 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the multiple events that led to the Civil War.
- The outbreak of the Civil War was the culminating event in a decades-long series of regional issues that threatened American unity and South Carolina’s identity as one of the United States. To understand how South Carolina came to be at the cent...
Lesson Created By: RaneyStogner, Raney Stogner