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Mrs. Miller

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Weekly Journal: Women's History Month

It's Women's History Month! Think of a woman in your life or a woman from the past or present that has paved they way for other women. Remember to: -Include at least 5 sentences -Every sentence should have capitalization and punctuation -Be as detailed as possible -Use synonyms to make your writing interesting -Use sentence starters to ensure your ideas are clearly expressed You are amazing! Every bit of extra effort makes you a stronger writer every week! 1. Click on add to begin. 2. Review pages 1-3 of directions. On page 4, you can read about women from the past and present who have worked hard to ensure equal rights for women. 3. Complete your journal on page 5. 4. You can view the rubric for writing on page 6 and feel inspired on page 7. 5. Turn in using the check button. Check back for feedback and your score in a few days!

6th Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Writing, English Language Arts
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Rubric to be edited by classroom teacher on page 6. Slide presentation adapted from Slidesgo: https://slidesgo.com/theme/international-womens-day-stickers#search-Feminism&position-16&results-22

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