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Writing Prompts 1. Write a five-paragraph paper on one of the men associated directly or indirectly with the attack on Pearl Harbor. What is the indiv...

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Writing Prompts 1. Write a five-paragraph paper on one of the men associated directly or indirectly with the attack on Pearl Harbor. What is the individual most noted for? How did his military leadership change or affect the progress and/or outcome of the attack? 2. Write a two-page report in which you explore the internment of Japanese Americans in relocation centers during World War II. What led up to the internment, and how did the U.S. government justify it? What is the legacy of this episode in American history? Use information in the book as well as your own research. 3. In a one-page paper, compare and contrast the attack on Pearl Harbor with another attack on U.S. soil. What were the motives for each? How did U.S. citizens react? What was the aftermath of the attacks? 4. Discuss the near-term and long-term aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor. What did the United States do? How did other nations respond? What ultimately happened? Write a one-page essay that includes five examples from your reading.

Rubrics 1. Write a five-paragraph paper on one of the men associated directly or indirectly with the attack on Pearl Harbor. What is the individual most noted for? How did his military leadership change or affect the progress and/or outcome of the attack? Paper should include one of the following men mentioned in the text: (1) Chuichi Nagumo; (2) Franklin Roosevelt; (3) Fumimaro Konoe; (4) Emperor Hirohito; (5) H. E. Kimmel; (6) Walter Short. Paper should have logical organization, be of appropriate length, and answer the questions. Proper spelling and grammar should be used throughout the paper.

2. Write a two-page report in which you explore the internment of Japanese Americans in relocation centers during World War II. What led up to the internment, and how did the U.S. government justify it? What is the legacy of this episode in American history? Use information in the book as well as your own research. Paper should include the following information from the text: (1) media-fed anti-Japanese sentiment; (2) Executive Order 9066; (3) Governor Carr's Page 1 of 2

apology; (4) War Relocation Authority; (5) 120,000 Japanese Americans were held in seven states; (6) living conditions in the camps were substandard. Paper should have logical organization, be of appropriate length, and answer the questions. Proper spelling and grammar should be used throughout the paper.

3. In a one-page paper, compare and contrast the attack on Pearl Harbor with another attack on U.S. soil. What were the motives for each? How did U.S. citizens react? What was the aftermath of the attacks? Paper should include one of the following attacks: (1) 1993 bombing of World Trade Center; (2) 9/11 attack on the Pentagon; (3) 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. Paper should have logical organization, be of appropriate length, and answer the questions. Proper spelling and grammar should be used throughout the paper.

4. Discuss the near-term and long-term aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor. What did the United States do? How did other nations respond? What ultimately happened? Write a one-page essay that includes five examples from your reading. Essay should cover 5 of 9 possibilities from the text: (1) President Roosevelt signed declaration of war; (2) Great Britain declared war on Japan; (3) Germany and Italy declared war on the United States; (4) Japan attacked the Philippines; (5) Bataan Peninsula and Corregidor Island fell to the Japanese; (6) Bataan Death March; (7) Niihau Incident; (8) JapaneseAmerican internment; (9) atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Essay should have logical organization, be of appropriate length, and answer the questions. Proper spelling and grammar should be used throughout the essay.

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