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ERIC Number: ED349239
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
The Lessons of the Vietnam War: Unit 13. Teacher's Manual: Strategies and Resources for Teaching the Vietnam War.
Center for Social Studies Education, Pittsburgh, PA.
This teacher's manual is designed to accompany the curriculum "The Lessons of the Vietnam War." For each of 12 units of the curriculum, this manual suggests projects for student research and classroom activities. The 12 units are entitled: (1) Introduction to Vietnam: land, history and culture; (2) America at war in Vietnam: decisions and consequences; (3) Was the Vietnam War legal?; (4) Who fought for the U.S.?; (5) How the U.S. fought the war; (6) When war becomes a crime: the case of My Lai; (7) Taking sides: the war at home; (8) How the war was reported; (9) The Vietnam War in American literature; (10) The wounds of war and the process of healing; (11) Boat people; and (12) The Vietnam War: Lessons from yesterday for today. This manual also includes student handouts, an annotated list of documentary films/filmstrips and videocassettes, and organizations to contact for speakers about the Vietnam War. (DB)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Center for Social Studies Education, Pittsburgh, PA.
Note: For the textbook, see ED 337 409.