AP US History Period 7: US and Japanese Relations

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In this lesson, students, working in groups, will analyze primary sources that delve into the breakdown of relations between Japan and the United States prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. They will learn about Japan’s aggressive actions in the 1930s and the United States’ response to the effects of the First World War and the Great Depression. From their analysis, the students will realize that the two nations were on different paths of preparation for war, and as a result, the United States was unprepared for the attack that occurred on the first Sunday of December 1941. A new DBQ rubric (2015) is attached for grading purposes.
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2 Days

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AP US History Period 7:  US and Japanese Relations
AP US History Period 7:  US and Japanese Relations
AP US History Period 7:  US and Japanese Relations
AP US History Period 7:  US and Japanese Relations