For Teachers - Civil Rights and Japanese American Incarceration
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The lessons and activities in this curriculum were originally developed by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) and were adapted for online use by Densho. The curriculum is intended for high school or undergraduate students and may be used as a classroom resource or for independent student enrichment. The content is relevant to disciplines such as: social studies, history, civics, and government, among others.

Why Use This Curriculum

Why Use This Curriculum

Students will have the opportunity to consider their own and other perspectives on civil rights issues, using a case study with relevance to recent history. Click the image above to learn about the goals of this curriculum, applicable standards, and more.

  How To Use This Curriculum

How To Use This Curriculum

This curriculum can be used in various disciplines, within restricted timeframes, and even with limited student access to computers. Click the image above to learn more.

  Lessons and Activities

Lessons and Activities

Click the image above for a summary and links to all of the lessons and activities.


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