Lessons for World War Two

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  • Japanese Empire and Culture in World War II - NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE PACIFIC WAR Activity Title: Japanese Empire and Culture in World War II Activity Objectives: Analyze examples of major empires … . In their desire to become a world power, the Japanese needed natural resources. Name at least two critical resources they needed. 2 … American of Japanese descent. (3) A Japanese civilian during the war. b. Based on your visit and additional research, draw up …
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  • 100 Years of Immigration to Canada - … the teacher at the end of the document) Two identical blank maps of the world (World maps can be found at: http://atlas … end of the lesson, students will be able to: Create two world maps which show the migration pattern of the top eight … States 3. Russia 4. Austria 5. Galicia 1911 to 1920 World War I (1914 to 1918) From 1911 to 1920 1. British … 2. British Isles 3. Poland 4. Czechoslovakia 1941 to 1950 World War II (1942 to 1945) and the arrival of displaced persons …
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  • What Makes Us Believe? - … war. They will read a news article and an editorial response to the issue of Internment Camps for Japanese Americans during World War II, and compare and contrast the two using a Venn Diagram. They are beginning … in the United States, were relocated to internment camps during World War II because of fears that they posed a threat to …
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  • Powers of Persuasion - … Students will visit an online exhibit of propaganda posters from World War II at http://www.nara.gov/exhall/powers/powers.html … will be examining an online exhibit of propaganda posters from World War II. Have them create a Freyer Diagram for the word … of the sheet first (describe the two psychological approaches used by American poster artists during World War II), and then look through all …
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  • Holocaust Studies - … Constitution and lived in the United States for at least two years could be citizens. But not every citizen had the … ?____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _ 41B41B Name____ Class____ Date____ World War I 1914-1919 Directions: Study the following photographs and decide … US citizenship until the 1940s. Joseph Oklahombi: NO (Native American – World War I Hero) Native Americans were excluded from US citizenship until …
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  • From Rebel to Statesman: Teaching About the Life of Nelson Mandela - … -year-old lawyer, had already been fighting for more than two decades against the system of race-based laws that would … . Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice World History 45 Understands major global trends since World War II World History Across the Eras. 46 Understands long-term changes and recurring patterns in world history. Africa, Current …
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  • An Overview of the European Union, Eurozone, and the European Debt Crisis - … ambitious emission reduction targets for fighting climate change in the world. Thanks to the ____ between EU countries, it is now … up being greater than the cost of German reparations after World War I. Germans are being browbeaten for not wanting to bail … .com/cgi/aesop1.cgi?sel&TheAntandtheGrasshopper&&antgrass.ram Two Travelers and the Bear TWO MEN were traveling together, when a Bear suddenly …
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  • Turn of the Century Immigration - … to http://library.thinkquest.org/20619 Immigrant Experiences Worksheet, attached World map (available online at: http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps … to answer remaining questions. Here in the span of about two minutes inspectors decided whether to admit the immigrants into the … death ? ____ 18. Which major countries were our enemies during World War II? ____ 19. How many Supreme Court justices are there …
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  • Remembering D-Day: A Close Reading Lesson - … content area:Yes Freely Available: Yes Keywords: D-Day, Normandy, World War II, WWII, close reading, text-dependent questions Instructional Component Type … -dependent questions to check for understanding of the news article. Two sets of text-dependent questions will be completed - one during … article focuses on the 70th anniversary of D-Day from World War II. This lesson will allow English/Language Arts teachers to …
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  • Lesson 3: Japan's "Southern Advance" and the March toward War, 1940 - 1941 - America on the Sidelines: The United States and World Affairs, 1931 - 1941 A comprehensive student interactive giving the user … scope of America's political and diplomatic responses to world events between the two world wars. For the Japanese leadership, events in Europe during the first half of 1940 offered new opportunities for resolving the war
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