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World War II

Lesson Plans | Primary Sources | WW II Games


Lesson Plans:


World War II Classroom Resources - World War II titles encourage varied methods of active learning, including analyzing primary sources and participating in simulations.

Argument, Persuasion, or Propaganda? Analyzing World War II Posters
- In this lesson plan, students analyze World War II posters, chosen from online collections, to explore how argument, persuasion, and propaganda differ. The lesson begins with a full-class exploration of the famous “I WANT YOU FOR U.S. ARMY” poster, featuring a determined Uncle Sam. Students’ individual analysis projects can focus on any World War II poster.

Conducting Oral Histories of World War II - More of a way of analyzing oral history as opposed to a World War Two, this lesson plan is useful to encourage critical thinking skills.

Pearl Harbor Lesson Plans - Since the attacks on September 11, 2001, we all have been drawn to examine similar events in our past. The lesson plans provided for you will help you and your students to understand what happened on December 7, 1941. Beginning with the first American treaty with Japan in 1854 though the attacks in 1941, students will use primary sources to synthesize information and draw conclusions about the role of the U.S. Navy in foreign policy and to understand how people in 1941 reacted to the tragic bombing of Pearl Harbor.


Primary Source Documents:

World War II Resources- Primary source materials on the web. Original documents regarding all aspects of the war.

Primary Documents of World War II
- primary documents relating to world war two including Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, FDR... very comprehensive.

The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II: A Collection of Primary Sources - National Security Archive photos and information about the atomic bomb..

Primary Documents of World War II - primary Source documents relating to WWII.

World War 2 Information and IndexI - This excellent resource site breaks down each person, event, ship, aircraft, tank, etc. into its simplest form. There are also links to get more in-depth looks at these subjects. The site is constantly updated with new data, articles and pictures.


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