Speaking Out For Women's Rights

Students write a children's story in which the characters are encouraged to speak out for the equality of women. They create a character and plot outline that includes details and supporting statements for women's rights. A brief 2-3 page story is written addressing an issue important to women's rights for a peer audience.

10th - 12th English Language Arts 4 Views 10 Downloads
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