ERIC Number: ED233916
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
National Women's History Week Curriculum Guide.
Women's Support Network, Inc., Santa Rosa, CA.
Designed for elementary and secondary level use, the ideas, materials, and resources in this guide are intended to facilitate teachers' first efforts at expanding the study of women in U.S. history. The cross-cultural guide provides introductory information and suggestions to help develop classroom observances for the National Women's History Week Project. Included in the guide are: annotated bibliographies of guides and references, services and catalogs, records, journals, posters, and other miscellaneous materials; learning activities for grades 1-12; personal and family history questionnaires; two dramatic enactments; arts, research, and discussion ideas; a potpourri of women's historic accomplishments; biographies of seven women; puppet/paper doll cutouts of three women; a biography of Harriet Tubman and a songsheet containing a song sung by slaves using the underground railroad; a scramble puzzle; a sample library bibliography and game; a bibliography of elementary and secondary level books dealing with women's history; and a listing of state and regional sex-desegregation centers. (RM)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Art Activities, Audiovisual Aids, Biographies, Books, Cross Cultural Studies, Dramatics, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnic Studies, Females, Feminism, Human Resources, Interdisciplinary Approach, Learning Activities, Organizations (Groups), Periodicals, Puppetry, Resource Materials, Sex Role, Slavery, Social Studies, United States History, Womens History, Womens Studies
National Women's History Week Project, Women's Support Network, Inc., P.O. Box 3716, Santa Rosa, CA, 95402 ($7.00).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: Women's Support Network, Inc., Santa Rosa, CA.
Identifiers: National Womens History Week
Note: Print type marginally legible. Prepared by the National Women's History Week Project.