Students will discover what it was like to live in internment camps through reading personal accounts of those who lived during that time.
What were the effects of discrimination on Japanese Americans as a result of American Internment Camps?
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
Read aloud: The Bracelet
Textbook: page about Japanese internment camps
Video: Japanese Internment Camps
Hyperdoc: Their Stories
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Lesson Created By: Raney Stogner