Today, you will be working on pages 11-12 in your notebooks to understand the main events and general timeline leading to Internment camps and Fred Korematsu's case.
By the end of class, you'll need to complete pages 11-12 of your notebooks.
Scroll through this list of google images of Dr. Seuss's representation of Japanese people. Look closely at at least 5 of them.
Analyze the Original Newsreel of Pearl Harbor
Lecture: Ashley's brief intro to the Nanking massacre inquiry
Work time: Complete pages 11-12. When you're done, finish reading the Zinn and Schweitzer reading assignment and answer questions on page 14 of your notebook for tomorrow's discussion.
Here are some resources to help:
Read Zinn/Schweitzer for tomorrow's class discussion and complete questions on page 14 of your notebooks for these chapter excerpts!
Last 15 minutes of class:
Review answers for pages 11-12 and discussion reactions to today's readings/activities.
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School