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The Path to Suffrage
Suffrage Efforts Begins
Starter and Objective
• Starter: Considering the Overland Trails discussed yesterday,
describe a contribution you think wo...
Seneca Falls Convention
• While people were trying to come west, let’s look at an event in
Seneca Falls, New York. Here’s ...
Seneca Falls Convention Details
• Who organized the Seneca Falls
Convention?
• Who did organizers want to notice the
meeti...
Seneca Falls Primary Documents
• Examine a copy of the Declaration of
Sentiments created at Seneca Falls,
and a copy of th...
Primary Document Comparison
Declaration of Sentiments
• Use a Venn diagram to compare
documents.
• How are they similar?
•...
Declaration of Sentiments Analysis
• Write the main idea from a paragraph from the Declaration of Sentiments
that caught y...
Readers’ Theater Participation Request
• Volunteers needed to read parts of the Readers’ Theater for the next class.
• Par...
Exit Ticket
• Write one difference between the Declaration of Independence and the
Declaration of Sentiments approved at t...
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Day 3: The Path to Suffrage

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Day 3: The Path to Suffrage

  1. 1. The Path to Suffrage Suffrage Efforts Begins
  2. 2. Starter and Objective • Starter: Considering the Overland Trails discussed yesterday, describe a contribution you think women made to the journey between Missouri and the unsettled west. • I Can Statement: I can describe early efforts to give women the right to vote while examining two primary documents.
  3. 3. Seneca Falls Convention • While people were trying to come west, let’s look at an event in Seneca Falls, New York. Here’s a video called “What Happened at the Seneca Falls Convention?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcYhuG1y3bc • Write at least 3 ideas you learned from the video using a video note guide. You may be asked to share something from your list.
  4. 4. Seneca Falls Convention Details • Who organized the Seneca Falls Convention? • Who did organizers want to notice the meeting? • What was convention organizers goal? • What document was used as the pattern for the Declaration of Sentiments? • http://www.rochester.edu/sba/wp- content/uploads/2015/06/sba_ecs2_rc1.jpg (accessed 8-6- 2019).
  5. 5. Seneca Falls Primary Documents • Examine a copy of the Declaration of Sentiments created at Seneca Falls, and a copy of the Declaration of Independence created in 1776. • Volunteers needed to read each paragraph of the Declaration of Sentiments & the Declaration of Independence. • https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8f/Unite d_States_Declaration_of_Independence.jpg/220px- United_States_Declaration_of_Independence.jpg & https://www.nps.gov/articles/images/dec-of-sentiments-loc- copy.jpg?maxwidth=650&autorotate=false (both accessed 8-8-2019).
  6. 6. Primary Document Comparison Declaration of Sentiments • Use a Venn diagram to compare documents. • How are they similar? • How are they different? Declaration of Independence • Use a Venn diagram to compare documents. • How are they similar? • How are they different?
  7. 7. Declaration of Sentiments Analysis • Write the main idea from a paragraph from the Declaration of Sentiments that caught your attention on the back of the Venn Diagram drawn for this lesson. • Were you surprised by anything written within the Declaration of Sentiments document? • Be prepared to share your answers.
  8. 8. Readers’ Theater Participation Request • Volunteers needed to read parts of the Readers’ Theater for the next class. • Parts to be read in front of the class: Narrator(s) – introduction & conclusion statements, and individual speaker introduction, Resolutions presenter; Sarah Russell’s minute recording of Sarah Kimball’s speech; speech excerpts by Mrs. Wilmarth East, Eliza R. Snow (3 readers needed), Harriet Cook Young, Mrs. Hannah T. King, and Phoebe Woodruff. • A copy of the part chosen will be supplied for the Day 4 lesson.
  9. 9. Exit Ticket • Write one difference between the Declaration of Independence and the Declaration of Sentiments approved at the Seneca Falls Convention.

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