She Persisted: Around the World by Chelsea Clinton
This literature unit for She Persisted: Around the World - 13 American Women Who Changed History by Chelsea Clinton was created for 2nd to 5th grade and is perfect for any time of year, but particularly timely for Women's History Month in March. This book showcases 13 women around the world who significantly impacted history and showed incredible perseverance in the face of adversity and challenge.
The women highlighted in She Persisted Around the World:
- Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
- Caroline Herschel
- Kate Sheppard
- Marie Curie
- Viola Desmond
- Mary Verghese
- Aisha Rateb
- Wangari Maathai
- Joanne Rowling a.k.a. J.K. Rowling
- Sisleide (Sissi) Lima do Amor
- Leymah Gbowee
- Yuan Yuan Tan
- Malala Yousafzai
This product includes:
- 1 page of Teacher Tips
- 4 no-prep printables for EACH woman highlighted in this book (13x4=52 pages)
- 4 additional printables templates (in case your students choose a historical figure not included in this story)
- FACT SHEETS (half-page cheat sheets for EACH woman (7 pages)
- 9 notable quotes posters in full-color (NOTE: These quotes are not necessarily the same quotes that were chosen for the book. They are intended to be meaningful for class discussions and reflections)
This file contains 76 pages.
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