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Hiroshima: A Shared History (Ages 14-18)
GPI US, Inc.
Learn about the history of the city of Hiroshima and what it means to Japan, America and the World.
Japan is a country we interact with on a daily basis, whether it be through the food we eat, games we play or the cars we drive. Our economies and to some extent our pop culture are deeply intertwined. Yet, just over 150 years ago, Japan was an absolute mystery and to many people in the "West" it remains an exotic land in a distant world. In this 2-day course, we'll the explore the history of Hiroshima and the how there are always at least two sides to every story. In my slides, students...
- Students will learn about the various perspectives throughout the history of Hiroshima. - Students will begin to develop their observation and listening skills as they hear different perspectives. - Students will develop their curiosity muscle and learn to never stop seeking more information
In my academic life, I have written several research papers around the perspectives involved in not just Hiroshima, but throughout other prefectures such as Okinawa and Kagoshima. I've lived in and visited all locations and have extensive experience working with both Japanese and American students discussing both perspectives surrounding WWII. I've also facilitated several courses for GPI US that focus on Discovering New Perspectives whether it be through the art we see or how we look at situations in our daily life. This class is meant not to educate your students on what is "right" and what is "wrong", but to explore our own perspective while learning about a historical event.
Hiroshima's history is tragic and in order to properly convey the perspective of many of those involved, we'll be covering the atomic bombing. In telling the perspective of the lives lost in Hiroshima, I will be showing a few images that while not "graphic", are for more mature audiences and may be uncomfortable to hear about for some students. If you have further questions, please feel free to message me.
Who We Are: At GPI US, our mission is to empower today’s youth to thrive in a global world. We believe nothing is more important than equipping our next generation of leaders with the tools and skills they need to succeed and grow in our...
$35for 2 classes
1x per week, 2 weeks
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Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
3-6 learners per class