Japan Attacks Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941: A Date Which Will Live In Infamy)
Prepare to be shocked! This product contains fascinating informational text exploring World War II, specifically Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. This product also has excellent maps, quotes and pictures to aid in your students’ ability to learn about this most destructive conflict in world history.
The product explains the following: the strategic situation in Asia pre-WW2 including the rise of the Empire of Japan, the increasing tensions between the United States and Japan, American halt in trade to Japan, Japanese leaders (Hirohito, Tojo, Yamamoto and Nagumo) planning the attack, description of the Japanese attack fleet, American lack of preparation, description of the American pacific fleet, description of the attack and destruction, account of Dorie Miller, FDR's speech and famous quote leading to the American declaration of war, explanation of the changes that resulted after the attack.
Included are all the documents (Word and pdf and PPt.) you need to print off for hard copy or deliver in an e-learning format. This product would fit wonderfully into a blended learning plan or a close read lesson.
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