The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor Lesson

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Learning objectives

In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor during World War Two. They will develop an awareness of the key people, events, and concepts associated with this event. Students will have the opportunity to achieve this through choosing their own method of learning, from reading, research, and video watching options, as well as the chance to engage in extension activities. This lesson includes a self-marking quiz for students to demonstrate their learning.

How would you like to learn?

Option 1: Reading


Step 1: Download the reading questions worksheet below:

Step 2: Answer the questions while reading the webpage below:


Option 2: Internet research


Download a copy of the research worksheet and use the internet to complete the tables.


Option 3: Watch video


Step 1: Download a copy of the viewing questions worksheet:

Step 2: Answer the set questions by watching the documentary below:

 

 

Apocalypse - The Second World War: World Ablaze. (2009). National Geographic.

 

Watch on ClickView

Watch on Disney+

Watch on the Smithsonian Channel


Resources for subscribers


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Extension activities