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When Justice Failed...and History Happened Here

http://home.jps.net/~gailhd/justice/

Description: History does not happen in a vacuum or only in history books. History happens in our own communities. Over time, however, our local histories can be lost or even erased. It is your task to dig into the online archives at the University of California at Berkeley and uncover a particular chapter in US history, a chapter that profoundly affected the lives of thousands of Japanese- Americans during World War II. Standards 5.7.3, 5.7.5, and 11.7.5 (SDAIE lesson)

Author: Gail Desler, Elk Grove Unified School District

Lesson ID: 1239

Women Get to the Front: Female Journalists in Wartime

http://catalog.socialstudies.com/c/@y4XQDFILNxnSU/Pages/article.html?article@femalejournalists

Description: What challenges did women face in becoming journalists on the front during World War II? Explore the answer to this question as you learn about the history of women in journalism. Standard 11.7.6

Author: Social Studies School Service

Lesson ID: 1278

Women in the Workforce

http://www.calisphere.universityofcalifornia.edu/themed_collections/subtopic5a.html

Description: Use the collection of fouteen photos from Calisphere to answer the following questions: Where did women work during World War II? What kinds of work did they do? Were they well integrated into the workforce? How can you tell? Standards 4.4.3 and 11.7.6

Author:

Lesson ID: 1453

World War II At Home: Californians' Involvement in the War Effort

http://www.archives.gov/pacific/education/4th-grade/ww2-standards.html

Description: After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the American economy shifted into a wartime production mode to meet new demands. Like Americans everywhere, Californians contributed significantly to U.S. efforts during the Second World War. They lived with rations of such necessities as tires, gasoline, sugar, and other foodstuffs and volunteered for organizations such as the Red Cross. Many women went to war as nurses, Women's Army Corps (WACs), Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVEs), and Women Air Service Pilots (WASPs), or to work in manufacturing jobs. Schools and families planted "Victory Gardens" to stave off a food shortage. Students learn of these from ration books, gas rationing ads, defense bulletins and more. Standards 4.4.4, 4.4.5, 11.7.5 and 11.7.6

Author: National Archive - Pacific Region

Lesson ID: 1389

World War II Homefront

http://library.thinkquest.org/15511/index.htm

Description: This simulation follows the lives of five American families during the school year of September 1943-June 1944. This specific time period was chosen because the war was in full swing, yet it was not yet clear what way it would go. There are four main activities - writing journal entries, experiencing fates, developing an issue campaign, and making a scrapbook or artifact box. This student project was selected as a Best of 1999 Website by Access Magazine. Standard 11.7.5

Author: Jacob Crouch, Ben Gould, and Scott Hays, ThinkQuest Project

Lesson ID: 1293

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