All these resources go with this History for Humans youtube video on Margaret Sanger, the Flappers, and the Birth Control Movement.
All History For Humans videos are story-lectures that engages students through the power of story- this episode takes students through Margaret Sanger's fight to secure access to birth control for women in America and unpacks the larger context of the changing role of women in the 1920s. The interactive notesheet ensures students understand why birth control was such an important issue facing women and how dramatic and revolutionary the flappers were as well as other smaller changes- economic and social that women experienced during the Roaring Twenties. There is also a quick quiz to check for understanding and an extension activity. The extension activity has students compare photos and images of a flapper to a 'Gibson Girl' of the previous era. Then students read the powerful primary source 'Letter from a Flapper' before answering scaffolded questions. There are answer keys for everything!
The purpose of these resources is to allow teachers to click and teach and then to breathe! This has everything you need! Enjoy.
This is the third episode of my 1920s unit- the other ones include "Scopes Trial and the Cultural Conflicts of the 1920s" and "Prohibition, Capone, and the St. Valentine's Massacre".
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