The Women’s History Literacy Set includes print and digital formats (for Google Classroom and other platforms) and is filled with engaging text and activities to help your students learn about many famous women in history. It has 12 biography passages that target Main Idea, Text Evidence, Cause and Effect, Inferences, Close Reading, and Point of View. It includes context clues, figurative language too as well as 32 mini-biography shades of meaning (vocabulary) task cards, a poetry activity, and a timeline activity.
Harriet Tubman (Close Reading)
Clara Barton (Close Reading)
Amelia Earhart (Main Idea)
Georgia O’Keeffe (Main Idea)
Malala Yousafzai (Main Idea)
Bessie Coleman (Cause and Effect)
Deborah Sampson (Cause and Effect)
Ruby Bridges (Inferences Using Informational Text)
Pocahontas (Cause and Effect)
Wilma Rudolph (Comprehension Questions)
Grandma Moses (Reading Skills Review)
Sarah Edmonds (Reading Skills Review)
Dian Fossey (Main Idea)
Maya Lin (Text Evidence)
Sojourner Truth (Inferences Using Informational Text)
- Women’s Suffrage (Point of View)
- Make a Timeline Activity
- The Important Thing Biography Poem with Directions, Examples, Research and Writing Pages (with an option of researching one or three notable women)
- Context Clues
- Figurative Language
- Venn Diagram for Sarah Edmonds and Deborah Sampson
32 Mini-Biography Task Cards for Shades of Meaning:
Includes: Sally Ride, Anne Frank, Jane Goodall, Nellie Bly, Molly Pitcher, Margaret Thatcher, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Helen Keller, Marie Curie, Sacajawea, Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nellie Taylor Ross, Marian Anderson, Maya Angelou, Rachel Carson, Zora Neale Thurston, Billie Jean King, Sybil Ludington, Sonia Sotomayor, Ella Fitzgerald, Lucille Ball, Juliette Gordon Low, Martha Graham, Sarah Hale, J.K. Rowling, Frida Kahlo, and Mary Walker.
Why you’ll love this resource:
- The materials are easy to prep and to use.
- The print and digital format gives you lots of options for teaching and learning.
- The digital version is NO PREP and some of the unit is self-grading in Google Forms (Task Cards, Context Clues, Figurative Language, Main Idea Matching)
- You’ll be able to integrate reading and social studies.
- Students love to learn using thematic materials!
- This literacy set hits standards, while being engaging.
- It includes many reading and writing skills with different types of resources to keep learning fun!
- There are so many ways to use this resource, as guided reading, reading workshop, independent work, homework, literacy centers, substitute plans, and more!!!
Thanks so much!
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