Elizabeth Started All the Trouble

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a famous suffragette that paved the way for equal rights for women. Readers respond to before, during, and after reading questions based on her story. The resource is a great addition to a lesson during Women's History Month.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Create a word wall or have learners define words in the lesson like suffrage, suffragists, unconstitutional, picketing, and Emancipation Proclamation
  • Incorporate into a study of women's rights, suffrage movements, US Constitutional Amendments, or during Women's History Month
Classroom Considerations

  • Lesson is based on the book Elizabeth Started All the Trouble by Doreen Rappaport
  • Intended for use as a discussion guide, but the questions can easily be incorporated into a worksheet
Pros

  • Each of the during reading and post-reading questions are designed to meet specific Common Core standards
  • Comes with discussion questions and graphic organizers for predicting and defining vocabulary
Cons

  • None