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DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during WW2)

DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during WW2)
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Using PRIMARY Sources in the Classroom. A DBQ activity uses primary sources. Sources can include diaries,posters, music, news articles from the time, anything written by those who participated in or witnessed an event in history. Students review the given documents and use many cognitive skills in processing what they see and read. After gathering information using the documents, students develop an essay answering a question.

The topic of this Primary Source(DBQ )is Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during World War 2.

A teacher page includes the Key,additional links and suggestions for a rubric to grade the DBQ.

This resource could also be used as a web quest.

Grades 5 and up
Check out my other DBQ Activity: Life on the Homefront During WW2:
Life on the Homefront during WW2
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