Interpret historical documents in order to make an informed claim on our historical inquiry driving question: What was life like in Japanese Internment Camps? Prisons or Temporary Inconveniences?
1. Discuss starter and take notes on the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses
2. Historical Inquiry Launch!
A. Go to the Korematsu v. U.S. project page:
B. Ashley explains the documents and Internment Inquiry Note-taking form and check out the Densho Encyclopedia- GREAT RESOURCE!
3. Get started! Decide which 2 documents you want to begin with and start reading and completing the note-taking form for each one.
4. SFoC character analysis individual activity
Schedule for Historical Inquiry In-Class Work Time:
Today: 1 hour work time (read and note-take)
Monday: 1.5 hours work time (read and note-take)
Tuesday: 1 hour work time (read and note-take)
Wednesday: 1 hour finish reading and note-taking; 1 hour seminar prep
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School