Evacuation: The Japanese Americans in World War II

Lesson Overview:

Through this lesson plan, students will be able to understand the U.S. government's actions that led to the evacuation of Japanese Americans in 1942; analyze primary and secondary sources; describe life during the early months of evacuation; and identify racial and other forms of bias at the time.

Standards:

History: Identify and understand significant events, developments, groups, and people in the history of Oregon after 1900.
Social Science Analysis: Analyze an event, issue, problem or phenomenon; identifying characteristics, influences, causes and both short and long-term effects.

Autor(es):

Oregon Historical Society

Link:

http://www.ohs.org/education/oregonhistory/learning_center/dspresource.cfm?resource_ID=FC218438-FF32-E1B7-86B4F4B030BFC962

Grade Band:

9-12

Integrated Subjects:

U.S. History, Social Studies

Idiomas:

English

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