D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts

D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
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Students compare and contrast the D-Day accounts of a soldier and a civilian from World War 2 (WW2, WWII). Students answer 9 questions between the 2 accounts before comparing and contrasting them. A bonus question is included to get the students thinking about how D-Day would have been perceived by a Japanese soldier and civilian. The answers are included where appropriate. This would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
-Inferring from the text and what you have learned, what was the purpose of this action?
-Why didn't Robert Edlin have anywhere to take cover?
-Do you think she sympathizes with any of the soldiers she mentions? Why or why not?
-How do you think a Japanese soldier would have reacted to the news about D-Day? What about a Japanese civilian?

You might be interested in one of my WW2 Bundles:
World War 2 Activities Mini Bundle
World War 2 Primary Source Analysis Mini Bundle
Combined Activities and Primary Source Bundle

Or any of the World War 2 activities on their own:
World War 2
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D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts
D-Day Primary Source Analysis Compare 2 Accounts