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Scott Karavlan

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Fox Chapel Area School District
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See/Think/Wonder: Progressive Era Women Seek Equal Political Rights (Postcards)

<p><strong>Objectives: </strong></p> <p>Students will use primary sources to understand the ways that women advocated for the right to vote.</p> <p>Students will<strong> identify</strong> what these postcards tell us about the arguments for and against women's suffrage?<br /></p> <p>Students will <strong>Explain</strong> actions taken during the Progressive era to expand opportunities for women, including the right to vote.<br /></p><p><em>#historicalthinking</em></p><p><br /></p>
Scott Karavlan
6
 

See/Think/Wonder: Progressive Era Women Seek Equal Political Rights (Protest)

<p><strong>Objectives: </strong></p> <p>Students will use primary sources to understand the ways that women advocated for the right to vote.</p> <p>Students will <strong>Explain</strong> actions taken during the Progressive era to expand the right to vote for women.</p> <p><strong>Essential Question:</strong> What do these photographs tell us about the use of protest by the Women's suffrage movement?</p><p><em>#visiblethinking</em><br /></p>
Scott Karavlan
6
 

Technology of the Great War (WWI, World War One)

<p>Technological advancements contributed to World War I costing more money and killing more people than all previous wars in history.</p> <p>Students will be able to answer the question: What kinds technology existed during the First World war and what were their impacts on the war?</p>
Scott Karavlan
23
 

See/Think/Wonder: Progressive Era Women Seek Equal Political Rights (Geography)

<p><strong>Objectives: </strong></p><p>Students will use primary sources to understand the ways that women advocated for the right to vote.</p><p>Students will <strong>Explain</strong> actions taken during the Progressive era to expand opportunities for women, including the right to vote.</p><p><span></span><strong>Essential Question:</strong> Why was the use of geography a persuasive tactic on the part of the Suffrage movement?</p>
Scott Karavlan
6
 

Thomas Nast & Tammany Hall

<p>Thomas Nast, a German-born American editorial cartoonist was the bane of Boss Tweed and the Tammany Hall political machine.</p>
Scott Karavlan
12