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Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II

Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
Japanese - American Internment Multimedia Bundle - US History World War II
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Common Core Standards
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The following is a one-day (75 minute period), multimedia common core-based lesson on Japanese-American internment during the Second World War. The lesson focuses on the reasons for internment and the major court case of Korematsu v. US. The worksheet includes a variety of student-centered activities that promote active engagement and critical thinking skills such as:

• Do now video clip, “Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips” followed by questions – Video is included. (Cartoon is quite racist but serves to illustrate the pervasive anti-Japanese sentiment in the United States).
• Primary and secondary source readings including Executive Order 9066 – includes several critical thinking questions perfect for whole class discussion.
• US Government propaganda video (included) showing the government’s version of Japanese internment camps. – questions included.
• Song analysis, Kenji by Fort Minor (song not included but easily affordable in itunes or for free on youtube – comparison questions between the video and song included.
• Secondary source reading and several questions relating to Korematsu v. US
• Students then write a letter to President Reagan or Congress in general explaining if they are satisfied with the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 where Congress gave $20,000 to each surviving internee.

This lesson can easily be modified for a shorter or longer class period. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Please take the time to follow me to receive notifications for newly listed products. Finally, please rate this worksheet. Thanks!
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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