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As dawn lit the Hawaiian skies on December 7, 1941, Americans stationed at Pearl Harbor had no clue their world was about to explode. Pearl, the strategic Pacific base, was about to become the scene of unbelievable tragedy. This link has 20 separate chapters of information, web-links and videos that help to explain the attack on Pearl Harbor.
This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of 2014-05-30.
This resource is part of a large collection of materials on World War II. There is written content, visuals, and video clips to support teaching about the Navajo Code Talkers. Although there is not a specific lesson plan, there are multiple uses for how to use the materials in the classroom. Teachers can integrate the video clips into a teacher-directed lesson or students could work independently to review the information. It is suggested that a worksheet or activity be created to guide students through the content.