Studying women's history through the news

02/28/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The writer of this New York Times blog post suggests that teachers address Women's History Month with a brief lesson that should take only one class period. The idea involves studying a week's worth of newspapers to find articles, photos and other material that focus on "women's lives and roles in the world." Then, ask students to identify patterns, study women's roles in our culture and make connections to their own lives.

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