Navajo Code Talkers of World War II
This biography of Native Americans who aided the war effort during WW II will help you integrate social studies standards with your language arts curriculum. You can use this biography in conjunction with a unit on people who have exhibited good citizenship and in cultural studies. Also, this can be used as a stand alone reading comprehension passage. Included are 10 questions that cover skills in reading a timeline, cause/effect, and using text evidence.
Depending on the level of your students, an essay question about how the Navajo Code Talkers showed good citizenship in their role in World War II could be assigned.
Researched and designed by Daffodil Dreams