2 About her!Birthdate: Feb,Birthplace: Adams, MassachusettsHer education was normal. Most girls didn’t get a normal education in the early 1800’s. Daniel her father believed in equal education for boys and girls. She attended a private Quaker boarding school in Philadelphia.
3 Family background.The family was very active in the reform movements of the day. They worked for temperance ( the prohibition of alcohol), and anti-slavery movement. Both Susans parents ( Daniel and Lucy) and her sister Mary signed the “Deceleration of Sentiments” at the 2nd woman rights convention in NY in 1848.
4 Description of Accomplishments. Susan dedicated her life to “the cause”. The woman suffrage movement. Her accomplishments paved the way for the passage of the 19th amendment in 1920.(14 years after Susan died) it gave woman the right to vote.
5 Her Accomplishments(: Founded the national woman rights suffrage association in 1869 with life long friend Elizabeth Candy Stanton together they worked for woman's suffrage for over 50 yearsPublished “ The revolution” from a weekly paper about the woman suffrage movement whose motto read “ men their rights and nothing more , woman their rights and nothing less.”She was the first person arrested, put on trial and fined for voting on November Speaking in her own defense she said she refused to pay a dollar of your adjusted penalty.
6 Her accomplishments… continued. Wrote the 19th Amendment which gave woman the right to vote.She helped found the National American woman's suffrage.She served as president of the National American woman suffrage until 1900.
7 And more accomplishments… She led the only non-violent revolution in our country's history. The 72 year struggle to win woman the right to vote.She gave speeches is 45 years.
8 What she looks like.Yes Susan is the woman on the dollar coin.
9 Another picture of Susan. “I distrust those people who know god so well what god wants them to do because I notice it coincides with their own desires.” –Susan B Anthony 1896.
10 When it ended..): Date of death: March 13, 1906 Place of death: Susan died in her home in Rochester, NY of pneumonia and heart failure.Her last public words were “ Failure is impossible.” These words became the suffrage rallying cry.
11 Work sited. http://www.lKwdpl.org/wihuhio/anth-sus.htm This presentation is a very good start. When it was presented there was too much reading off the screen and not enough elaboration. Bullet points would be much better with notes with more information. There are a couple mistakes that distract from the presentation as well. With a little polishing and practicing giving the presentation this student was able to pass with a second attempt. See the rubric on the following slide for more details.
12 x X Presentation Visual Aid Life of the Figure 4321Life of the FigureIncludes a complete recount of the figure’s life. Included important events that influenced their personality and character.Includes a partial recount of the figure’s life. Included important events that influenced their personality and character.Includes an incomplete recount of the figure’s life. Does not include several important events that influenced their personality and character.xIncludes a very incomplete recount of the figure’s life. Important events that influenced their personality and character are left out.Impact on US and World HistoryFully discusses why and how the figure changed history. Along with, why and how did they influence local, state or national governments?Partially discusses why and how the figure changed history. Along with, why and how did they influence local, state or national governments?XIncludes an incomplete discussion of why and how the figure changed history. Along with, why and how did they influence local, state or national governments?Includes a very incomplete discussion of why and how the figure changed history. Along with, why and how did they influence local, state or national governments?PresentationStudent is prepared and well rehearsed; time is filled completely with relevant information. Student can elaborate on visual aid, and answer questionsStudent seems prepared but needs more practice for a polished presentation. Student can elaborate on visual aid.The student is somewhat prepared but it is clear that rehearsal is lacking. Student is not able to elaborate on visual aid and simply reads slides.Student does not seem at all prepared to present. Student fumbles over word choice and pronunciation and does not elaborate upon visual aid.Visual AidVisual aid is polished and cohesive. It is easy to read, has a nice mix of text and visual.Visual aid is heavy on either text or visuals; it has a few mistakes that distract from the presentation.Visual aid is almost solely text or visuals; there are several mistakes that make the presentation difficult to follow.Visual aid detracts from the presentation, there are many mistakes, factual errors, and it has no balance between text and visual.