Did the Attack on Pearl Harbor Unify America?

Reading war news aboard streetcar. San Francisco, California

Overview

Students analyze oral history interviews recorded shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor to investigate the perceptions of different groups of Americans and determine if this was an event that ultimately brought many Americans together. After, students will look into a current issue where people may have perspectives that are being overlooked, conducting and sharing oral history interviews.

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Grade

High School

Subjects

Civics, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Length

160-250 minutes

Topics

interviews, man on the street interviews, oral histories, Pearl Harbor, perspectives, unification, war, WWII

Author

TPS Eastern Region

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