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On March 1, U.S. reconnaissance planes spotted 16 Japanese ships en route to Lae and Salamaua in New Guinea. The Japanese were attempting to keep from losing the island and their garrisons there by sending 7,000 reinforcements and aircraft fuel and supplies. U.S. and Australian land-based planes begin an offensive against a convoy of Japanese ships in the Bismarck Sea, in the western Pacific. We will discover the planning, preparation, attack and aftermath of this battle. The tools utilized...
My degree is in History with an emphasis in American History. While studying in my undergrad I specifically took a course based on all eras of American History. I have successfully taught my own students in the physical classroom for the past two years over topics that will be discussed in this course! My minor in my degree is also in Social Sciences. I have taken multiple courses in psychology, sociology and the study of people. This allows me to gauge when a student may need. If your student may need additional emotional, mental or physical assistance I am certified by my state to do so with my Special Education licensure.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The total number of lives lost at this attack will be discussed. This topic will not be discussed in detail, but only referred to as facts. Very little time will be spent on these facts, as to ensure that the students know the statistics but do not go into great detail over these facts. These two topics are very important to the historical event, but will be taught in an age appropriate manner. This is why the age level is 13-18 as to ensure they are aware of these sensitive facts. It is extremely important as to explain why the United States responded in the way that they did.
AnnaMarie PenaExploring the Wonders of the World One Historical Event at a Time
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Hi there! My name is AnnaMarie Pena and I am a third year social studies teacher! I graduated from my hometown high school in 2015 and then immediately enrolled at University of the Southwest. I graduated from my university in 2017 with a...