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98 womens march on washington

Women's March

Historic Events

Int – High Int

In this lesson, students read about the historic rally called the Women’s March on Washington that took place the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration as US president. Students learn and practice new vocabulary and discuss whether or not the event was inclusive and effective.

PDFs
  • 1.5–2 hours
  • 5 pages
Tasks
  • warm-up
  • reading
  • vocabulary review tasks
  • comprehension questions
  • discussion questions
  • research task
Vocabulary
  • demonstration
  • inauguration
  • solidarity
  • LGBTQ
  • inclusiveness
  • activist
  • pay tribute
  • platform
  • common thread
  • momentum
Tasks

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  • Warm-Up

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  • Vocabulary Preview A

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  • Vocabulary Preview B

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  • Read & Listen

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  • Timeline

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  • Comprehension

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  • Vocabulary Review

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  • Discussion

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