This A2-level article will enable your pupils to understand the historical significance of portraits on American banknotes, and to compare with other currencies. The presentation of new notes featuring Harriet Tubman and other African-American and women’s suffrage activists includes suggestions for an EPI with history.
Vocabulary and structures
- Verb tenses: simple past and simple present
- Expression of the future, using WILL
- Present perfect
- The possessive form
- A broad overview of American history
Give me five! 4e Unit 5 "Journey to Freedom" focuses on
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad.
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> 2020: The Year of Women
> African American History on the Web
Tag(s) : "African American" "amazing women" "dollars" "gender equality" "Give Me Five 4e" "Harriet Tubman" "U.S. culture" "U.S. history" "voting rights" "women's rights"