treatment of japanese latin americans ww2 lesson

Treatment of Japanese Latin Americans WWII

The Treatment of Japanese Latin Americans during the Second World War lesson plan is an important and thought-provoking topic. The lesson delves into the treatment of Japanese individuals in Peru and Brazil leading up to and during WWII. This treatment included a loss of free movement, loss of assets, and even being placed in internment camps. Restrictions on speech, education, and an anti-Asian sentiment throughout the media was a battle Japanese living in Latin America faced on a daily basis during this time in history.

Students will also gain an understanding of the impact that these restrictions had on the lives of individuals and their families with this visual presentation.

The student activities included in this lesson plan will focus on note-taking and research skills. Students will be asked to draw on their research to create a visual presentation. Whilst completing this activity, students will be asked to reflect on the broader implications of the treatment of Japanese Latin Americans during this time period.

Overall, the Treatment of Japanese Latin Americans before and during WWII lesson plan, is an important and eye-opening topic that will help students gain a deeper understanding of the past. This lesson plan is a great addition to any modern history curriculum and will provide students with a unique and valuable perspective on this important time period.

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Resource Information

Description:Student activities focus on note taking and research skills.
Estimated lessons:2-3.
Ages14 years and up.
Format PowerPoint.

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