Rosie the Riveter

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Our Rosie the Riveter lesson plan teaches students about Rosie the Riveter and what she was symbolic of during WWII, along with the role real women played during WWII. Students learn about specific important women who were involved in the war.

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Our Rosie the Riveter lesson plan introduces students to Rosie the Riveter as the symbol for the women of World War II. When students think of WWII and other wars, often they forget about the role of women, whether on the front lines or in other roles that are often thought of as men’s roles in society. During this lesson, students are asked to use their creativity to create an Acrostic poem using the letters for the word WOMEN, with each letter used for words or sentences related to the Women of WWII. Students are also asked to match the accomplishment to the correct woman or women in order to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson material.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to define Rosie the Riveter and explain how she became the symbol for the women of World War II and identify some well-known women of World War II and their roles during the war.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.4.3, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.3, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.6.2

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subject

Biography, Social Studies

grade-level

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

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05/29/2022
Anonymous
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Great resource

Loved it. Students were very engaged.

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04/03/2020
Brittany S.
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Fantastic

Thank you for this super helpful resource in teaching my kids while they are home during the isolation.

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03/02/2020
Fil V.
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Good resources, but lacks rigor

The user experience is very good, but I thought that the materials were a little bit on the light side.

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10/06/2018
Lyntoya W.
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Great sources

Easy to use and access. Great source for new teachers.