All our videos teach through the power of story to make the history relevant and memorable. In this video-lesson, student learn about Margaret Sanger and her mission to secure birth control and contraceptives for women in America. They'll also discover how the flappers changed roles in the 1920s. However, it does not talk about abortion at all! As a story-lecture, it also unpacks the context surrounding Sanger and covers how women in the 1920s experienced new roles and opportunities- from the free-wheeling flappers to the new working and domestic woman. ✅ The lessons cover state-standards while making sure the content is still interesting.
Flappers in the 1920s Activity
After the video, notes, and quiz, student complete an inquiry lesson exploring the differences between the Flapper and the previous Gibson Girl by analyzing photographs and a letter from a flapper. They will also make connections to their own generation and American today.
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