The attack on Pearl Harbor
Lesson that could be taught as part of WWII topic. Students are prompted to debate what causes wars, are introduced to the actions of Japan at Pearl Harbour and analyse Primary and Secondary sources. As part of the lesson, you could show a clip from a Japanese propaganda film, which was shown to the Japanese public following the attack, which could prompt discussion about the intention of propaganda. Additionally, one of the sources is a short clip from Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor", which is available on Youtube. Plenary recaps starter question about the causes of war, with optional final slide of comparative images, the first being the destruction at Pearl Harbour followed by the flattened city of Hiroshima.

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Created: May 11, 2015

Updated: Sep 30, 2015

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