Women’s Rights Movement – Cooperation

The Women’s Movement of the 1800s is a great opportunity to teach the theme of cooperation and how the leaders of the movement– Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony– worked together to fight against injustice. I could use the Helen Keller conversation at the outset as a way for the students to internalize the importance of cooperation before learning about the unique contributions Stanton, Anthony and others made towards the effort.

Level:  Elementary/Secondary Social Studies

Subject Area:  U.S. history

Author:  Dan Fouts



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