The Treatment of Edwardian Women

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The Treatment of Edwardian Women

This is the corresponding PowerPoint for Lesson 5 of the unit Teaching An Inspector Calls. In this lesson, students examine a range of primary sources to better understand how women were treated and expected to behave in Edwardian society.

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