Pearl Harbor Attack Map Activity (1941)

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Great Hook Activity for WWII unit.

Can Students Determine the Historical Context and Purpose of this document?

Step One: Students examine the primary source document.

Step Two: Students complete analysis questions.

Step Three: Students judge the historical context and purpose of the document.

Step Four: The instructor provides the historical context and purpose of the document: This document was evidence collected during the congressional investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack. It is the Radar Plot from Detector Station Opana, recorded on December 7, 1941.

Click on the link to download activity: what-is-the-historical-context-of-this-document-attack-of-pearl-harbor-map

Adapted from a National Archives Activity

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