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Each unit consists of texts that stimulate the mind, with activities that build students’ understanding, skills and understandings.

Texts for stimulation are presented both in visual and textual formats, such as the accounts of historic stories biographies, portraits and biographies tables and charts for retrieval Modern and contemporary maps, modern illustrations timelines, photos as well as breakout boxes and lists, journal entries and eyewitness stories. 16 units that each provide an average of two weeks’ work for the years three and up. 8 units, with each unit providing 4-5 weeks’ work for the years F-2.

The early Feminists. Additional materials and activities that expand each subject are included via the CD-ROM. Within his classical Republic , Plato advocated that women had "natural capacities" comparable to men in ruling and defending the ancient Greece. A teacher’s CD-ROM with support provides additional information and activities . There was a split among those who agreed with Plato When the women of the ancient city of Rome took to the streets in protest against their rights under the Oppian Law, which restricted women’s access and access to gold and other commodities, Roman consul Marcus Porcius Cato declared, "As soon as they start to become your equals then they’ll be you superiors!" (Despite Cato’s worries the law was later abrogated.) It includes an entire digital PDF copy from the publication (non-printable) Blackline master worksheets computer-based directed research exercises as well as Australian Curriculum descriptions of the content Assessment tasks, extension activities, term programmes details about background and teacher’s notes.

Within The Book of the City of Ladies 15th-century author Christine de Pizan protested misogyny and the role played by women during the Middle Ages. In the years following in the Enlightenment philosophers and writers such as Margaret Cavendish, the Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, along with Mary Wollstonecraft, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, fought hard for more equality for women. The past is here Now. Abigail Adams, first lady to President John Adams, specifically saw the right to property, education, and the vote as essential in ensuring women’s rights. History Now is an exciting new series that seeks to provide students with an knowledge of the individuals and events that have shaped the Australian society, landscape, and culture and show how their personal and personal history can be placed in an overall perspective. In letters addressed to the husband of her John Adams, Abigail Adams warned "If the utmost care and consideration is not given to Ladies we will create a Rebellion and we will not be accountable to any Laws that give us no right to speak." This series helps students improve their Historical Knowledge and Understanding and historical Skills . The "Rebellion" that Adams threatened was first seen at the turn of the century, as demands for greater equality for women were joined by calls for an end to slavery.

Key Features: Many women activists of the abolitionist revolution were struck by the irony of the advocacy to defend African Americans rights that they did not have. Written in accordance with an Australian Curriculum. First Wave Feminism The First Wave of Feminism Suffrage and the Seneca Falls Convention. Students are asked to respond to each unit, both in factual terms and implicitly. In the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention, abolitionists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott unabashedly declared in their now famous Declaration of Sentiments that "We consider these principles to be obvious; that all men and women are made equal." The controversy was that the feminists were adamant about "their fundamental right to elective franchise" or the right to vote. Inquiry questions addressed.

A lot of people believed that female voting rights were outside the realm of possibility, but they were convinced by Frederick Douglass argued that he did not believe it was right to vote of the first Black man when women could not be entitled to this right. Each unit consists of texts that stimulate the mind, with activities that build students’ understanding, skills and understandings. The resolution was adopted, and the women’s suffrage movement started with full force, and eventually dominated many aspects of feminist thought throughout the years. Texts for stimulation are presented both in visual services and textual formats, such as the accounts of historic stories biographies, portraits and biographies tables and charts for retrieval Modern and contemporary maps, modern illustrations timelines, photos as well as breakout boxes and lists, journal entries and eyewitness stories. 16 units that each provide an average of two weeks’ work for the years three and up. 8 units, with each unit providing 4-5 weeks’ work for the years F-2.

The 19th Amendment is Women’s Rights to Vote. Additional materials and activities that expand each subject are included via the CD-ROM. Slowly, suffragettes started to boast about their successes.

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