This lesson is the second half of a two-day Fishbowl discussion based on historical documents written to justify war between the United States and Japan during WWII (FDR’s “Day of Infamy” speech and Japan’s “Fourteen-Part Message”).
In this lesson, students continue to work in the same pairs from the previous lesson. The student experts on the “Fourteen-Part Message” sit in the inside circle during this lesson, and the student experts on the “Day of Infamy” speech sit behind their partner in the outside circle.
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From EngageNY.org of the New York State Education Department. Grade 8 ELA Module 3A, Unit 1, Lesson 13.
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