THE BILL OF RIGHTS AND THE JAPANESE AMERICANINTERNMENT EXPERIENCE
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Students read a story about the Japanese Internment Camps and take notes in groups. They compare the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII and the Bill of Rights. They prepare a presentation for the class.
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