Key Milestones in the Women’s Suffrage Campaign – New Zealand History

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Description

The purpose of this resource is to explain the key women’s suffrage milestones in New Zealand from 1869 to the present day.
 
This Women and the Vote resource features:
 
  • Four timeline pages: key suffrage milestones from 1869 to the present day. These fit together to make one large timeline
  • Reading Comprehension activity with answers provided
  • 20 large timeline posters. Each timeline poster features:
    • a brief explanation
    • a photo or image
    • a QR code link to further information
  • A Build-Your-Own-Timeline activity. The aim of this Google Slides task is for students to use their knowledge of the women’s suffrage movement to build their own timeline.
Aotearoa New Zealand History/Social Sciences Curriculum Links – Year 4-6:
 
Know: Tino rangatiratanga me te kāwanatanga | Government and organisation –
 
Year 4-6
 
Governing and Equity
Governments have selectively supported or excluded people through processes associated with voting rights, access to education, health, and welfare provision, reflecting prevailing public attitudes of the time. Often equitable treatment has been sought by people, including Māori, Chinese, women, children, and disabled people.
 
Key Questions:
  • How, over time, have various New Zealand governments restricted voting rights?
  • How have people advocated for their rights?
Do:
  • Ask rich questions to guide worthy investigations In my learning in te ao tangata | social sciences,
  • Think conceptually In my learning in te ao tangata | social sciences
  • Collect, analyse, and use sources In my learning in te ao tangata | social sciences,
  • Identify values and perspectives In my learning in te ao tangata | social sciences
  • Thinking critically about the past In my learning in te ao tangata | social sciences

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