World War II - Pacific Theater - Battle of Coral Sea
In this one-day course, students will discover the events that led to the Battle of Coral Sea.
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After the attack at Pearl Harbor, the United States was at a standstill. The American people were discouraged, hurt and seeking revenge for the brutal display at Oahu, Hawaii. The American's were able to strike back with the Doolittle Raid, but Japan had another plan in mind. The planning and preparation began for Japan, but the United States had a few ideas of what was coming. We will discover the background information of the attack, the attack itself, and how it changed the war for the...
Students will learn the overall impact that the Battle of the Corral Sea had for the United States and Japan. These impacts lead to the demise of the Japanese and their military forces. It also brought the United States into wars long after World War II ended, as the country soon become a world dominant power. This single event changed the course of history forever for both countries, and it is a price both pay even to this day.
My degree is in History with an emphasis in American History. While studying in my undergrad I specifically took a course based on the Pacific Theater of World War II. I also currently teach history and have successfully taught the historical event of Pearl Harbor for eight classes.
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40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week 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...