Do you need an activity that that will support your lecture on Japanese internment? We've got what you are looking for!
This "World War II: Japanese Internment Activity" Activity includes:
1) A set of questions that gives a rundown of important facts that students should know following a lecture on the topic. Students will be asked to define concepts such as Issei, Executive Order 9066 and the Korematsu case. Following this, students will write a paragraph about why they believe that the internment of Japanese Americans could have been the worst civil rights violation in US history.
2) A detailed answer key to the lesson activity to save you time and help guide student comprehension.
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