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Make A Prediction! . OBJECTIVES:. Students will read literary genres. Students will be able to distinguish between fact and opinion. Students will identify information to support opinions. Students will accurately make inferences.

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OBJECTIVES:

  • Students will read literary genres.
  • Students will be able to distinguish between fact and opinion.
  • Students will identify information to support opinions.
  • Students will accurately make inferences.
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Mrs. Morris thought that a woman should be able to vote and hold office, the same as a man.

Esther Morris headed to South Pass City in the Wyoming Territory.

In 1869 the Wyoming legislature voted to give women the right to vote/hold office.

Reckless Copperheads!

Mrs. Morris’s term as justice of the peace ended in October, 1870.

“I feel that my work has been satisfactory.”

In the summer of 1920, a change was made to the U.S. Constitution.

The folks back East just took a little longer getting to it is all.

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WRITE ABOUT IT

Esther Morris fought for women to have the right to vote. Write about a time when you stood up for something you believe in.

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OBJECTIVES:

  • Students will read literary genres.
  • Students will be able to distinguish between fact and opinion.
  • Students will identify information to support opinions.
  • Students will accurately make inferences.