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Social Studies

Justice for All: Women's Rights in American History

In this one-time meeting, students 12-15 y/o will meet to hear lecture and discuss the topic of the historical Women's RIghts movement in American History; discovering how necessary and relevant this movement is even today.
Phyllis Southards, MHA, TESOL
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60 minutes
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12-15
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1-10
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Students will develop a better understanding of the Women's rights movement and issues related to women's rights today.
Women's rights and the women's rights movement in history constitute a formative event in our civil society's evolution. They expressed a theocratic mindset supported by civil power over the quality of life. The significance of this information serves as an object lesson in governance and today's world. 
As a person who has been researching this topic of women's rights for over twenty years, I use a wide range of verified sources and different types of sources. I make a point to select my resources deliberately and with the age group and verified data in mind. I have practiced collecting, recording, and verifying years of data on various subjects, including women's rights throughout history, ancient traditions and teachings, and ancient history and cultural beliefs. 

I can make connections between various sources of data, processing it into understandable and relatable information. The information taught in my classes is verifiable and based on historical records.  

I have taught adults, teenagers, and younger students for over two decades, with a professional emphasis on teens and young adult education in healthcare settings.

This class will get the students thinking and generating new questions about our collective past, present, and future. 
I am a lifetime schooler with a master's degree in Healthcare Administration and a minor in sociology, and I am also a licensed Nurse. 

I love history and everything about it- taking hours or personal free time to research and study ancient societies. I bring only analyzed, legitimate data to my classes, and many of my sources are peer-reviewed or recognized as legitimate scholarly information resources. All of my courses offer a resource page at the end of class with all the references and resources used in that particular class.

Additional resources and references were used for this class, and are included with the class on the class resource page.
LERNER, G. (1971). Women’s Rights and American Feminism. The American Scholar, 40(2), 235–248. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41209841

Laville, H. (2008). A New Era in International Women’s Rights?: American Women’s Associations and the Establishment of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Journal of Women's History 20(4), 34-56. doi:10.1353/jowh.0.0050.

https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/67084034/fd948173bfc4f8f570b8679e98140adf3079-with-cover-page-v2.pdf?Expires=1656429283&Signature=fhw8FZkA6DRJmh8HGTwQonvoZLdOSgkqxtuAJDjhxfztHcVrSlhH2pJ80OKpikOU58ZLMXdXkt1P8GfF6h~4Xxy-9M40nluH4nWgn2Z1C1gMjyCog4X3b1dJ06~4myU8Zzd6J~8aqwGcTrMBAV04a7mDy6oMoi7d5LcW1YP7acNjuMI5Vyub4uvbyiq7akjs~lQbYEZeRrhaWw7LlHIS3A8pUhlpduTyX9MgtlMcNTF9zkWKbVlZ0xV70hN7geJcIoceOfDBcKGNHm8JLIulw6y2GbHjwWJGk2Jf4KCVIo~4zqNYirVaiylj7G9yZ4YbssSbQFon1TbOSZBHwEXrjw__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAJLOHF5GGSLRBV4ZA

Wolbrecht, C. (2010). The Politics of Women's Rights: Parties, Positions, and Change. Princeton: Princeton University Press. https://doi.org/10.1515/9781400831241
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1 hour per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Images of witch trails- these are all drawings that were done at the time of the European witch hunts. Only used for reference and historical purposes. All modern references and media are age appropriate and do not display violence or graphic images. Historically photos and medical (cartoon depictions) are used to demonstrate to Women's rights movement in history.
We will also briefly discuss women's reproductive health in terms of midwives who help with childbirth and, their role in women's community health.


Additional resources and references were used for this class, and are included with the class on the class resourse page.
LERNER, G. (1971). Women’s Rights and American Feminism. The American Scholar, 40(2), 235–248. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41209841

Laville, H. (2008). A New Era in International Women’s Rights?: American Women’s Associations and the Establishment of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. Journal of Women's History 20(4), 34-56. doi:10.1353/jowh.0.0050.

https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/67084034/fd948173bfc4f8f570b8679e98140adf3079-with-cover-page-v2.pdf?Expires=1656429283&Signature=fhw8FZkA6DRJmh8HGTwQonvoZLdOSgkqxtuAJDjhxfztHcVrSlhH2pJ80OKpikOU58ZLMXdXkt1P8GfF6h~4Xxy-9M40nluH4nWgn2Z1C1gMjyCog4X3b1dJ06~4myU8Zzd6J~8aqwGcTrMBAV04a7mDy6oMoi7d5LcW1YP7acNjuMI5Vyub4uvbyiq7akjs~lQbYEZeRrhaWw7LlHIS3A8pUhlpduTyX9MgtlMcNTF9zkWKbVlZ0xV70hN7geJcIoceOfDBcKGNHm8JLIulw6y2GbHjwWJGk2Jf4KCVIo~4zqNYirVaiylj7G9yZ4YbssSbQFon1TbOSZBHwEXrjw__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAJLOHF5GGSLRBV4ZA

Wolbrecht, C. (2010). The Politics of Women's Rights: Parties, Positions, and Change. Princeton: Princeton University Press. https://doi.org/10.1515/9781400831241

Teacher

Phyllis Southards, MHA, TESOL
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Lives in the United States
Educator, Artist, History Enthusiast, and Space Nerd
187 total reviews
143 completed classes

About Me

Hello, 
My name is Phyllis, Welcome to my profile. I'm a retired nurse and hold a master's degree in healthcare administration by personal profession. 
Over the last four years, I have cultivated and developed strong online teaching skills, that... 
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