Social Studies and History Teacher’s Blog
Posted on May 3, 2013 by Susan Morrison
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It is a very interesting subject for social studies.
This looks like a great video for students studying World War II. I think it could count as both a primary resource and a secondary source, depending on the perspective from which one is looking at it. I would strongly recommend before showing this video to students to ask questions to focus their attention.
Thanks for sharing.
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I totally agree–it would be so useful in class. It brings up issues of race, urban versus rural, and of course how the war plays itself out on the home front!