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Two lesson plans, an idea bank, and a crossword puzzle have been developed for Library and Archives Canada's Celebrating Women's Achievements website.

Women in Science (Ages 14+)
In this comprehensive teaching strategy, students research the lives of prominent Canadian women in science and develop an action plan for governments to encourage more women to enter fields in the sciences.

On the Job: A Case Study (Ages 14+)
In this comprehensive teaching strategy, students research the life of a prominent Canadian woman in a field of their choosing, and plan a learning, training and career path of their own.

Teaching and Writing Ideas
A bank of ideas for using the Celebrating Women's Achievements site in your classroom.

Crossword Puzzle (Ages 14+)
A fun activity for use with the Celebrating Women's Achievements site.

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Women in Science [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Student Handout [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Assessment Criteria [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
On the Job: A Case Study [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Student Handout [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Assessment Criteria [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Teaching and Writing Ideas [PDF KB] [RTF KB]
Crossword Puzzle [PDF KB] [RTF KB]

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