Activity based on the film Suffragette.
Escrito por María Victoria de la Rocha, lunes 18 de enero de 2016 , 06:43 hs , en INGLÉS

SUFFRAGETTE

 

          You can still see the film Suffragette at the cinema and use its trailer in English, History or  tutory. It is an excellent topic for a cross curricular topic or a CLIL activity.  

          Extension: In the English or the History class (4th year ESO, 1st Year of Bachillerato) you can continue by reading this article about six real-life women (plus one man) who fought for the rights of women to vote.It begins this way:

          "In early 20th century Britain, the cause of female suffrage was usually ignored by the press and dismissed by politicians. To gain support for their right to vote, suffragettes turned away from peaceful protest and embraced militant tactics that grew to include window breaking and arson. Their fight for equality, which escalated in violence in 1912 and 1913, is depicted in the new film Suffragette. The movie also shows historical figures and fictional characters interacting as they struggle to get women the vote. Here are six real-life suffragettes (plus one man) who either appear in Suffragette or whose stories are reflected in the film."



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