Wondering about Part 1? Well, they aren't sequential so after you finish this post you can check it out here:
Ok, so I have you covered for Pearl Harbor Day and beyond. I shared about a bazillion book ideas in this Facebook Live broadcast.
But what there's more!!!! Have you heard of the Jigsaw method? Well, it's a student led-learning strategy that works especially well with gifted learners. I shared an idea on Periscope for breaking down a study of Pearl Harbor into a jigsaw. I offered modification suggestions for making it an independent assignment as well. If you want a detailed description for how I used the jigsaw strategy read this post:
Here are 5 sub-topics you could use:
|Hawaii clip art from Zip-e-Dee-Do-Dah Designs|
Here are links to some of the sites I mentioned:
- http://www.readworks.org/search/site/pearl%20harbor (sign up for a free account)
- http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/pearl-harbor (beware of ads)
- http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pearl.htm (there are three articles, one from the Japanese perspective)
- https://shop.scholastic.com/shop/en/tso/Read-Aloud-Plays-World-War-II (Paid digital download of Readers' theatres)
And here's one I just found so didn't mention!!