Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Trial outline with GRASP activity

Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Trial outline with GRASP activity
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Trial outline with GRASP activity
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Name ___________________________ Date______
Rosenberg’s Travis

Rosenberg Trial
Person Description/ Role Reasons could make them communists Reasons why could NOT be communists
Klaus Fuchs


“Raymond”


Ruth Greenglass

David Greenglass





Max Elitcher

Julius Rosenberg







Ethel Rosenberg









Conclusion
1. How does the Rosenberg family case symbolize national privacy and security during the Cold War?




2. Was there a miscarriage of justice? Why or why not?




3. Should the death penalty have been in place?





4. What do you think should have been done? Or do?




GRASP Activity

Goal: Were the Rosenberg’s innocent? Should they have been sentenced to death?
Role: Choose one of the following people
Michael or Robert Meeropol (sons) Ethel Rosenberg (from the dead)
Julius Rosenberg (from the dead) David Greenglass
President Eisenhower Judge Irving Kaufman
Judge William Douglas

Audience: Choose one of the following people
Michael or Robert Meeropol (sons) Ethel Rosenberg (from the dead)
Julius Rosenberg (from the dead) David Greenglass
President Eisenhower Judge Irving Kaufman
Judge William Douglas

Situation: to save the Rosenberg name? To keep to the story told?
Product/ Performance/ Purpose: Letter/ Essay (~250 words)
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Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Trial outline with GRASP activity
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Trial outline with GRASP activity