Lesson Plan: Humanities
Time: 1 hour
This lesson provides students deep insight into the atrocities committed in China during Japanese occupation in World War II. Students will read first-hand accounts from the victims and determine an appropriate plan to provide justice. The lesson highlights the crucial role recorded history plays when examining events that occurred many years in the past.
Whose responsibility is it to right the wrongs of the past?
Whose job is it to record history? Introduce Wang Xuan and her tireless search for the truth.
Read first hand experiences from victims.
Morale is a vulnerable part of society. When we protect it, who do we hurt?
Recording history today.
Reflecting on history.