This online field trip tour brings a pivotal chapter of history to life for distance learning students through the first-hand accounts of Japanese American docents who experienced life behind barbed wire during WWII.
Includes a recorded video tour of “Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII” led by survivors of the incarceration, followed by a 30-minute live Zoom session with a docent, plus lesson plans, digital artifact kit and follow-up activities related to current issues. Aligned with 5th, 8th and 11th grade History-Social Science and Common Core ELA.
Flat fee of $125 for up to 100 participants.