What role did female impersonations in various soldier camp performances play in allowing soldiers to explore their identity?

Source: ONE Archives Foundation
Author: Israel Calderon
Subject: History
Topic:  Integrated
Grade Levels: High School: 10th Grade and 11th Grade

Overview:

Students will engage in quote analysis, photo analysis, letter reading, and collaborative group discussions to answer the inquiry question, understanding the role that cross-dressing played in various soldier camps during World War I.

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Lesson Plan

This lesson plan was developed through the annual Professional Learning Symposia facilitated by ONE Archives Foundation and the UCLA History-Geography Project. View and download other lesson plans from this project.

Lesson tags: 10TH GRADE, 11TH GRADE, GENDER, GENDER EXPRESSION, SEXUALITY
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