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Keywords: Japan, atomic bomb, WWII, Hiroshima, Nagasaki

Global Regions: Asia , East Asia

Countries: Japan , United States

Universities: Ohio State University

Subjects: History and Social Studies

Resource Types: Curriculum

Time Periods: Modern

Instructional Strategies: Group Work

Themes: Governance

Levels: High School (9-12)


WWII: The Atomic Bombs

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Lesson plan focuses on the atomic bombs of WWII helping students gain insight into what happened in Japan on the day of and after the dropping of the atomic bombs.

In this lesson plan students will learn how the atomic bomb effected the people of Japan. Students will also explore the reasons the U.S. decided to drop the bombs and how they chose their targets.

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The Atomic Bombs of WWII

Produced at: Ohio State University, East Asian Studies Center

Recommended by: Ohio State University, OIA

Year Produced: 2004

Material: Lesson plan includes related links, handouts, short background readings and discussion questions

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