Nowadays in the UK, women have the same rights as men, but that wasn't always the case before.
With fewer freedom and rights than men, in 1900 women were second-class citizens in Britain.
In the early 20th century, women still didn't have the same rights as men - they couldn't vote in elections and the vast majority could only get jobs as house servants.
The battle for equality lasted a long time - today marks over one hundred years of one of the most important days in that fight.
Watch this video and start learning about some women who fought for their right to vote: the suffragists and the suffragettes, The word ‘suffrage’ means having the right to vote in political elections. The suffragists and the suffragettes campaigned for women to have this right.
Then follow the tasks we propose to you. You will learn about a really interesting event in the history of the UK and in the history of Women.
The different activities (TASK ONE, TASK TWO, TASK THREE AND THE FINAL TASK) will have to be performed on a special "notebook" that each group will have to design. Your notebook must have a cover page with the name of the group on it, its members, and the following title: The Suffragettes
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