Starter and Objective
Starter: How does passage of the
Nineteenth Amendment apply today?
I Can Statement: I can explain ideas
about women’s suffrage studied during
Use the review document or the link to the
document placed on Canvas to begin the review.
Students have10 minutes to fill in all the blanks they
can remember from the unit lessons. Working in
pairs is allowed.
Review Game Activity
Students in groups of four make a team. Each team needs a white board and
dry erase marker to write their answer if the first answer is incorrect.
Each team member will take their turn answering a question read by the
teacher. Students not answering the question will check their review form to fill
in any missing spaces.
Each team will send a student to the bench where they will use a clean
flyswatter to hit the laminated card (mounted at least five feet away from
players) they believe has the correct answer.
A scorekeeper will be needed for this activity.
The teacher will give the first student with the correct answer a point for their
Review Game Activity 2
Continue the game until all students have taken a
turn to answer a question.
Students with mobility issues can use a substitute
runner to randomly hit the wall or board where
answers are displayed. Team member seated will
give their answer.
Collect flyswatters, whiteboards and dry erase
markers from students when the timer rings.
Review Activity Reflection
Students will be asked to write what they learned while
playing the flyswatter game.
Students can use the back of their review page (or add it
to the electronic form) to write their reflection. describing
how one event the review activity on The Path to Women’s
Suffrage helped them understand.
Be prepared to share your reflection.
Students may ask about one event during the review
activity on The Path to Women’s Suffrage they want to