This file is a resource pack that explains the role of the United States in the rebuilding of Japan after WWI (as outlined by the Georgia Standards of Excellence – SS7H3c). This lesson includes a presentation with important facts about the destruction Japan faced following World War II, and the help the US provided in order to rebuild Japan. There are also many useful graphic organizers and creative activities included in this file! You can choose to do them all, or pick the ones that best meet your students’ needs.
~Standards Poster – slide 2
~Rebuilding Japan CLOZE Notes (for note-taking during presentation) and KEY -- slides 3-9
~Rebuilding Japan Notes (facts, location, images, etc.) – slides 12-45
~Rebuilding Japan Propaganda Poster printable – slides 53-54
~TIME Man of the Year activity – slides 55-57
~Historical Haikus creative writing activity – slides 58-59
~Rebuilding Japan Comprehension Check (could be used as a quiz) and KEY – slides 60-62
~Snap All About It - Ticket Out the Door -- slides 63-64
*This file is aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence for 7th grade Social Studies.
Like what you see? Then bundle up and save! This resource pack is part of a bundle that is located here: Southern and Eastern Asia Bundle
*This file does not include tests. If you are looking for assessments for these topics, please check out this file:
Seventh Grade Assessment Pack
Here are some great supplemental activities that pair with this lesson:
Geography Color-by-Number activity
History Color-by-Number activity