Korean War Teacher Resources
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Your students will be able to understand the dynamics and details of the Korean War after viewing this video, which discusses the political and economic influences over Korea after WWII. From General MacArthur to Kim Il Sung, all of the major players in the Korean War are put into context as the narrator describes their decision-making and roles during this time. A must-see for a class that hasn't gone into the Korean War in detail - very engaging and enlightening!
Students examine the implications of the Korean War. In this Korean War instructional activity, students access the Korean War website to gain access to veterans of the war that they may interview. Students conduct interviews with veterans and create artwork or writings that reflect their impressions of the stories they hear about the war.
Set the stage for your next lesson on the Korean War with handouts packed with information on the country's history and major events leading up to and following the war. The resource includes three worksheets that provide a historical overview of the country, a study/assignment sheet listing pertinent key terms from the Korean War and its aftermath, and finally a chart comparing the current demographics and economies of North and South Korea.
Students examine the causes and the Korean War. In this Cold War lesson, students discover how the United States became involved in the Korean War and determine how it became a "flashpoint" in the Cold War. Students complete a worksheet activity.
Students explore the Korean War. In this U.S. history lesson, students read selections from The American Pageant and respond to discussion questions regarding U.S. involvement in the Korean War.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about major events of the Korean War. Students then answer 7 fill in the blank and 7 true/false questions based on the reading.
Learners create a Korean War time line. They identify, describe, and label nine of the key events and turning points of the Korean Conflict. They include all nine events listed on the direction sheet, contain a title, and have at least one image or map within the document.
Young scholars analyze primary source documents to understand the Korean War. In this Korean War lesson, students view a political cartoon and discuss the symbolism and perspective presented. Young scholars work in groups to complete a worksheet to analyze another political poster or cartoon and present their findings to the class. Students discuss how nationalism affects the perspective of the causes and effects of the Korean War.
Students study the cause of the Korean War. In this World history activity, Students read excerpts from two different textbooks, one from South Korea, and one from North Korea. They discuss how the cause of the war differs depending on the resource used.
In this online interactive history worksheet, students respond to 10 short answer questions about the Korean War. Students may check some of their answers on the interactive worksheet.
In this online interactive history quiz worksheet, students respond to 50 multiple choice questions about the Korean War. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Students interpret historical evidence presented in primary and secondary resources. In this Korean War lesson plan, students examine and analyze primary sources regarding U.S. involvement in the Korean War.
Students identify and interpret general information about the Korean War, including important dates, terms, events, and participants. They also identify what the Cairo Declaration was and what military forces, political forces, and geographical patterns existed before the Korean War began. Finally, students identify what communism means and what role it played in the war.
Students explore the U.S. involvement in the Korean War. In this Korean War lesson, students research Internet and print sources regarding the Cold War and the political division of the Korean Peninsula. Students respond to discussion questions regarding President Truman's decisions regarding U.S. involvement in the conflict.
Pupils use an interactive website that chronicles the occupation of the Korean peninsula by each year and complete a worksheet. This helps them to research the causes of the Korean War.
Explore significant events of the Korean War. High school learners conduct research of primary source materials from the war. They use their research findings to write reflective journal entries about the significant war events they study and then create a classroom wiki that includes articles the learners have written about the war.
Pupils explore the concept of war propaganda. In this Korean War lesson, students discover the role of wartime propaganda as they examine North Korean and Chinese brochures that were created by the U.S. military during the war. Pupils respond to questions regarding the leaflets.
High schoolers examine the role of the United States in the Korean War. In this Cold War lesson, students research primary and secondary sources to find out why the United States was involved in the war and why MacArthur was removed from the commander position.
Students examine the Hungnam evacuation. For this Korean War lesson, students research Internet and print sources about the Hungnam evacuation. Students read the provided article on the evacuation and write summaries about it.
Students examine the implication of the Korean War. In this Korean War lesson, students investigate the war, the Demilitarized Zone, and consider the reunification question. Students research the topic and participate in a mock UN debate.