- A possible way to use these sources:
* Build Ford Island using a large sheet, with battleships placed in battleship row formation.
* Write casualty statistics under each cardboard ship or airplane to generate discussion after the activity.
Possible Lesson Process:
* 5 paper planes per student
* Student sit around the map
* Primary source/eyewitness accounts given to students: A narrator of Timeline events; multiple readers for
* Students are prompted to 'get into position' (on knees) ready for the first wave of attack.
* At a signal, in correlation to the narrative - students are signaled to throw 3 of their planes on the island.
* The narration of timeline and eye witness accounts continue.
* Students are prompted to stand up, be ready for second wave of attack.
* Students are signaled to throw the last couple paper planes.
* Wrap up with final narrative of timeline, statistic investigation, and listening to FDR's 'Day in Infamy' speech.
- Middle School
- Grade 7
- Material Type:
- Deborah Rowland
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