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Do Now. 1) Why were the Japanese able to expand in the Pacific without anyone stopping them? 2) How do you think Americans will treat Japanese Americans during World War II?. Reminders. News Article Analysis due FRIDAY!. 9.5- War at Home. World War II put an end to the Great Depression.

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1) Why were the Japanese able to expand in the Pacific without anyone stopping them?

2) How do you think Americans will treat Japanese Americans during World War II?

reminders
Reminders
  • News Article Analysis due FRIDAY!
9 5 war at home
9.5- War at Home
  • World War II put an end to the Great Depression.
  • The war led to the creation of almost 19 million new jobs and doubled the income of many American families.
women and minorities gain ground
Women and Minorities Gain Ground
  • Women were hired by factories to do jobs that were traditionally considered men's’ work.
  • 2.5 million women entered the workforce.
  • Factories still resisted to hire African Americans.
  • June 25, 1941- Roosevelt declared that there could be no discrimination in the employment of workers in defense industries or government
nation on the move
Nation on the Move
  • Roughly 15 million moved west and north during the war for jobs.
  • African Americans resumed the Great Migration- leaving the South to head to northern cities
daily life in america
Daily Life in America
  • Rationing occurred as the demand for raw materials and supplies increased and created shortages.
  • Each month a book of ration coupons was given to each household for processed foods and meats
  • Victory gardens were planted to produce more food for the war effort.
  • American bought bonds to help the government pay for the war
japanese internment
Japanese Internment
  • February 19, 1942- President Roosevelt signed an order allowing the War Department to declare any part of the US a military zone and remove anyone from that zone.
  • The West Coast was declared a military zone and all people of Japanese ancestry were sent to internment camps.
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Japanese internment
  • Japanese were discriminated against during the war.
  • They were forced to leave their homes quickly without much preparation.
  • Their homes and businesses were often vandalized or destroyed when they returned home.
guided practice song
Guided Practice- Song
  • Listen to the song about Japanese internment and answer the questions while you listen.
independent practice
Independent Practice
  • 1) Read the information about Japanese internment.
  • 2) Use the text to answer the questions.
independent activity
Independent Activity
  • Should the government have sent Japanese Americans to relocation camps? Why or why not?
  • It seems to me that…
  • I strongly feel…
  • In particular…
  • In addition…
  • Whether or not…
  • To summarize…
homework
Homework
  • News Article Analysis due FRIDAY!
exit ticket
Exit Ticket
  • 1) Why were Japanese citizens relocated into camps during World War II?
  • 2) Did Americans have a good enough reason behind doing this? Why or why not?