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As part of a study of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the attack on the World Trade Center, class members reflect on how events can change the course of lives. Individuals then create a presentation that features a historical image, the story behind it, and an explanation of why they believe the image represents a Day of Infamy.
- Schedule the presentations on or near November 11, Remembrance Day
- The resource assumes participants are familiar with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the terrorists' attack on the World Trade Center
- The four-page packet includes a lesson appropriate for both middle and high school level learners, as well as worksheets and links to the speeches
- No rubric is included for the presentation