Reconstruction and Development in Japan after WWII

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After World War II, Japan faced the task of rebuilding—under the watchful eyes of the Allies. Using a dice game and creative discussion strategies, class members consider the challenges facing Japan and changes the country underwent after World War II. Primary source photographs also engage scholars as they consider Japan's post-war future.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Create graffiti posters to brainstorm answers to discussion questions about the rebuilding of Japan after World War II
Classroom Considerations

  • One primary source is in Japanese
  • Eleventh in a 14-part series called Secondary History Curriculum
Pros

  • Graffiti poster activity engages a variety of learners in discussion
Cons

  • Does not include all resources mentioned in the lesson plans