U.S. Department of State - Women's History Month resources from the U.S. Department of State
Women with Character who Inspire - Lesson Plan from PBS News Hour
Women’s History: Parading Through History - Spotlight on a pennant for women’s suffrage from the early 1900s.
Women have made vital but often little-known contributions to American history. These lesson plans and videos are based on History Detectives episodes that examine artifacts which provide clues to how women have been integral in the visual arts, in fighting political causes and on battlefields. They offer students opportunities to hold a history-based political convention, create visual arts designs, and do biographical research.
History of Women in Soul Music: A Workshop with Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama welcomes students to an afternoon workshop celebrating historical and social perspectives on the significance of Soul music. The program, led by Grammy Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli, highlights the most significant moments throughout the history of the Soul genre and its importance in the women's rights movement, featuring speakers Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monae, and Melissa Etheridge.
Baseball: The Tenth Inning – Women in Baseball
In this lesson, student groups role-play sports marketing firms looking to match female baseball players with product endorsement deals. To sell the promotion to their client, groups must present multimedia projects highlighting the accomplishments of their athlete, as well as examples of how they would market the player, such as baseball cards and cereal boxes.
Lucille Ball: What’s So Funny
In this lesson plan, students study images of women in movies and television, contrasting the ideal of physical beauty with the risks an actress takes to be funny.