Vietnam. Megan Nix Robin Richards Sean Simpson. In this slide show, you’ll see…. …Government bungling! …a military with an industrial complex! …cursing! (but only in its historical context) …Presidential scars! …and Vietnamese kids smoking cigarettes!. Objectives per Percoco (Cog/Aff).
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GPS- SSUSH21- The student will analyze the domestic and international impact of the Cold War on the United States
“Describe the Vietnam War, the Tet Offensive and the growing opposition to the war “
QCC 35- Analyze US foreign relations from 1961-present
Read: Reading of diaries from soldiers
Hear: Listen to interviews of soldiers as well as music of the era
See: Watch footage from VN and still images from the era
“Vietnam Film Festival”
Attend sites: Visit the VN Memorial, visit with VN vets
Hands-on: Visit Virtual Wall and create a virtual rubbing
Simulate or model the real thing
Era 9- Postwar US (1945-70s)
St 1- The economic and social transformation of the US
St 2- How the Cold War and conflicts in Korea & Vietnam influenced domestic and international politics
St 3- Domestic policies after WWII
Era 10- Contemporary US (1968-present)
Recent developments in foreign and domestic politics
Have students map out major military bases in Georgia, then research which ones played a major role in the Vietnam War.
Take a virtual tour of each base