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Women in History: Discovering America’s Famous Women through Research-Related Activities
Jerry Aten (au); Kathryn Hyndman (il)
This book is designed to provide a starting point for students who will want to get involved in research of the personalities and lifestyles of 40 women in American history. They represent a broad spectrum of avenues taken by women to be recognized in a “man’s world.” Each name presented begins with a brief one-page biographical sketch, including background information and the highlights of that person’s trip into history. This is then followed by five thought questions based on an analysis of all that has been read. These questions should also provide an excellent starting point for a stimulating classroom discussion. Finally, there is a research question that can be used in a variety of ways. Bibliography. Illustrations. For grades 4-8+.
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