Suffragette Movement in Britain: Facts & Timeline

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Which act in Great Britain permitted suffragettes to be temporarily released from prison if they were ill or suffering due to hunger strike?

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1. Which influential writer, social critic, and member of British Parliament was a vocal champion for women's suffrage?

2. Which act granted British women voting equality with men?

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The quiz/worksheet combo lets you check your knowledge of the suffragette movement in Britain. To pass the quiz, you need to know about the act that granted British women voting equality with men and the person who brought interest to the cause of the women's suffrage movement in Great Britain.

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Using these tools, you can test your knowledge of:

  • Facts about the women's suffrage movement in Britain
  • The act that granted British women voting equality with men
  • The act that permitted suffragettes to be released from prison temporarily if they were ill or suffering
  • An influential writer, social critic, and member of British Parliament that was vocal about women's suffrage

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  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on the history of the suffragette movement in Britain
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about the person who received attention after bringing interest to women's suffrage in Great Britain
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about women's suffrage in Britain

Additional Learning

You can review more about this movement any time by using the lesson called Suffragette Movement in Britain: Facts & Timeline. Study the lesson to find out about:

  • The meaning of suffrage
  • Important acts for the women's suffrage movement in Britain
  • How the women's suffrage movement first gained traction in Britain
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