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HAPPY Thursday. It is great to see you today!. December 15, 2011. Do Now. Why was it important to vote? Explain 5 lines. Homework. Get the worksheet “Guided reading 9-2”. Announcements. Homework Guided reading 9-1 due today. Pair Share your do Now response!. Do Now Review.

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    1. HAPPY Thursday It is great to see you today!

    2. December 15, 2011 Do Now • Why was it important to vote? Explain 5 lines Homework • Get the worksheet “Guided reading 9-2”

    3. Announcements • Homework Guided reading 9-1 due today

    4. Pair Share your do Now response! Do Now Review

    5. Our goal is to Describe the growing presence of women in the workforce at the turn of the 20th century. • Our goal is Identify leaders of the woman suffrage • Our goal is to Explain how woman suffrage was achieved. Learning Goals are the purpose of our lesson. As you advance in this course, the goals should become easier and easier to achieve. If you ever wonder why we are doing something in class, take a look at the learning goals and think about how our activity might help you achieve our goals. Learning Goals

    6. Today we will: • Listen: Women in Public Life • Questions, Comments, Concerns • Class Closing

    7. Warm-Up • What types of actions might pressure a big business to change? • How can individuals bring about change in their government? And, how might reformers recruit others? • Should the government fix America’s social problems? • Should the government promote morality?

    8. CORNELL NOTES Section Notes Chapter # 9 Section #: 2

    9. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Women by 1900 • Women typically held the least skilled positions & paid half as much as men. • Women also began filling new jobs in offices, stores, & classrooms. • Women went to new business schools to learn to become stenographers & typists. • These jobs required a high school education.

    10. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Women without formal education • Took jobs as domestic workers, cleaning, & taking care of children of other families

    11. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Women Become Active • Women who became active in public life attended college. • New women’s colleges like Vassar, Smith & Wellesley opened.

    12. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Women in Public Life • Women’s Suffrage – RIGHT TO VOTE! • Susan B. Anthony – leader of women’s suffrage Movement ($100 fine for voting illegally – never paid) • Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Carrie Chapman Catt Susan B. Anthony (left) Elizabeth Cady Stanton (right)

    13. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLORED WOMEN (NACW) • Founded in 1896 by African-American women • Created nurseries, reading rooms, and kindergartens.

    14. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Suffrage Strategies • They advocated a constitutional amendment • They tested the 14th Amendment • They convinced state legislatures to grant women the right to vote

    15. Questions/Main Ideas/ Vocabulary Notes/Answers/Definitions/Examples/Sentences • Founded by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Women tried to win the right to vote in a national constitution amendment…..Voted down several times Branches of NAWSA (Below) • NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION (NAWSA) Carrie Chapman Catt - Future President of NAWSA

    16. 9- 2 Mini Quiz • (The first person to use the presidency as a “bully pulpit” was) - __________. (William H. Taft; Theodore Roosevelt; Woodrow Wilson; Abraham Lincoln; Mike Tyson; none of these) • 2. (This law required that food products tell the truth through labeling - ______.) (Pure Food and Drug Act; Meat Inspection Act; Sherman Antitrust Act; Interstate Commerce Act; none of these) • 3. 19th Amendment - ___________________. • 4. (Which statement best characterizes the position of Gifford Pinchot toward land conservation?) (unrestricted development was acceptable; a multi-use land program was possible; conservation should not interfere with industrial expansion; none of these) • Why is voting so important for reform?

    17. Learning Goals review • Our goal is to Describe the growing presence of women in the workforce at the turn of the 20th century. • Our goal is Identify leaders of the woman suffrage • Our goal is to Explain how woman suffrage was achieved.

    18. What did we learn today? How does this help us achieve our learning goals?

    19. Are you ready to go? • Clean-up your area • Follow classroom procedures for returning books, computers, and folders • Wait quietly to be dismissed • Push in your chair, final class of the day put chairs up • Have your homework written, agenda out, and ready to be signed at the door