Lesson 2: Propaganda from the Late 19th / Early 20th CenturyBy: Tina Gersdorf, M.Ed. 2010 Fellowship Tennessee State Library and Archives(2 – 3 days) Abstract Students will be introduced to propaganda from the Temperance, Suffrage, and Abolition Movements. They will not be told what the movements are until after they experience and analyze the propaganda. Assessment American History Teachers' Collaborative Lesson Plan: Social Movements: Through the Public's Eye
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