Learn about the life and contributions of Louise Mack with a comprehensive pack of inspirational women worksheets.
Let’s Learn About Louise Mack! Printable International Women’s Day Worksheets
International Women’s Day (IWD) is a great opportunity for teachers to celebrate the achievements and contributions of women throughout history and across the world. We’ve got a load of new resources coming for you to add to your ideas and even your biographical unit plans!
This worksheet pack all about Louise Mack includes a comprehension passage, fill-in-the-blank exercises, writing prompts, word searches, plus much more.
Who Was Louise Mack?
Louise Mack was an Australian journalist, travel writer, and novelist. She was one of the first Australian women to make a career in journalism and one of the most successful writers of her time.
Mack was born in Hobart, Tasmania, and spent most of her childhood in Sydney. She began her career in journalism in the 1890s, working for various newspapers and magazines. She then went on to travel extensively, often writing about her experiences in her articles and books.
Mack’s most famous book is “The Australians in Egypt,” a memoir of her experiences as a war correspondent during World War I. She was one of the few female correspondents to cover the war, and her writing was praised for its vivid descriptions of life on the front lines.
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This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and Teach Starter Collaborator.