Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII

Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
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This writing activity or assessment asks students to compare two contemporary views of Japanese internment form the WWII era. Students are given two quotations, one from writer Walter Lippmann and the other from Justice Frank Murphy in Korematsu v. U.S. (1944), and expected to compare opinions of the policy.

Students should have some general background of the context in which internment occurred including a basic understanding of events leading to WWII.

This is great to put within a unit test or as a stand-alone assignment to assess student writing and knowledge of U.S. society during WWII.
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40 Minutes

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Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII
Japanese Internment: U.S. Policy During WWII