Ideas for Women's History Month lessons

03/1/2010 |

The New York Times has compiled lesson plans, resources and activities in this blog post to help teachers incorporate Women's History Month, recognized in March, into classroom lessons. One suggestion is to have students research and write biographies of the three women who have sat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Another idea is to select a prominent woman from history and ask students to write Twitter updates that she might have posted.

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