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Published: 28/03/2013
KS3 KS4 | Interpretation | Thematic studies | Modern World: 1900-present
9 pages

How did women win the vote?

A series of source based tasks which encourage students to engage with the debate over which was more important in winning suffrage – women's activism prior to WW1 or their work during it. An interactive key word definition matching task is also included. The images used are from Britannica's Image Quest collection and are included as a separate PDF.            
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Download How did women win the vote? in PDF format
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See other resources: 20th century Britain | Power: monarchy and democracy | Women's suffrage


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Harriet (Teachit History editor)
Harriet (Teachit History editor)
Thanks for the comment! Sorry you missed that the picture pack needs to be downloaded separately - we have to do this for copyright reasons but we are working to improve this.
Posted on 4th July 2014
Jane Shipman
Jane Shipman
used this resource with my Yr8. It would be simple if the resource pack was included as part of the full document as I originally printed off the word doc without realising I needed the picture pack. Overall, this is very useful and thought provoking resource and the group loved it.
Posted on 30th June 2014

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