Teaching 20th century women's history: a classroom approach : a teaching pack designed for use in secondary schools
Council of Europe Pub., 2000 - Social Science - 133 pages
This publication is a teaching pack designed to meet the aims and objectives of the Council of Europe's project on 'Learning and teaching about the history of Europe in the 20th century'. The pack has been written for teachers of 14-18 year olds. It emphasises the integration of skills with knowledge and understanding, rather than the acquisition of knowledge in itself and focuses on the links between work, family, culture, war and politics. Topics proposed in the pack include how the image of women has been constructed socially through the media and how political systems have influenced women's private and social roles.
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Womens history in the 20th century
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20th century achievements activity Learning objectives analyse areas asked assessed big idea campaigns challenge change and continuity childcare classroom collective farms collectivisation context Council of Europe crucial role cultural develop economic encouraged equal pay ethnic European countries evidence example experiences of women explain famous women fascism female focus gender gender identity girls historians history of Europe history of women identify images of women impact important industrialisation industry Internet interview issues legislation lives of women male motherhood mothers objectives The learning oral history organise particular political rights political systems propaganda questions recognise relevant role of women roles and responsibilities Romania social class sources Soviet Union Stalin's Russia status of women suffrage suffragettes teachers tion understand vote wider society woman women in Stalin's women's history women's lives women's rights women's suffrage workers worksheet