United States History Assessments Ninth GradeUnited States History Assessments Ninth Grade
Factors in the American Industrial Revolution – Analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power, including
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Why the bomb was needed or justifiedWhy the bomb was needed or justified
Pacific islands, committing mass suicide on Saipan and unleashing kamikaze attacks at Okinawa. Fire bombing had killed 100,000 in Tokyo with no discernible political effect. Only the atomic bomb could jolt Japan's leadership to surrender
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Decision to Drop the Atomic BombDecision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
Vice-President Harry S. Truman became president of the United States after President
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Letter to Truman DirectionsLetter to Truman Directions
Japan or convince him why the bomb should not be used and that he needs to proceed with another course of action to end the war. You will be writing the letter as though you are a member of Truman’s cabinet
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Brandt Schafer Applied EthicsBrandt Schafer Applied Ethics
Japan died except for him. Either way, the notion that appeared to fight Japan to the death would buy the United States enough time to finish the atomic bomb and avoid its own last resort (Mullins)
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Socratic Seminar: Debate Time!Socratic Seminar: Debate Time!
The Socratic Seminar is one of the oldest learning devices in history! It helps students engage in critical thinking, while presenting personal opinion, along with factual information. Everyone participates
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Debating the Atomic Bomb 11 thDebating the Atomic Bomb 11 th
Use exposition, narration, description, argumentation, exposition, or some combination of rhetorical strategies to support the main proposition
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The Atomic Bomb: Was dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima & Nagasaki the right decision?The Atomic Bomb: Was dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima & Nagasaki the right decision?
During the final stages of World War II in 1945, the United States conducted two atomic bombings against Japan in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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#5-147 Memorandum of Conversation from John J. McCloy#5-147 Memorandum of Conversation from John J. McCloy
Dr. Bush and Dr. Conant on the matter of disclosing the nature of the process to other nations as well as to Dr. Bush’s memorandum on the same general subject
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Multiple Choice – Please bubble in the circle to the left of the answer you wish to select. Shade the bubble in completely.Multiple Choice – Please bubble in the circle to the left of the answer you wish to select. Shade the bubble in completely.
Directions: There will be four types of questions on this test. There is a rubric attached that will tell you what I expect for the answer for the essay and timeline question. Answer all questions to the best of your ability
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Essays 10 points choose 1Essays 10 points choose 1
Include an introduction paragraph (1 sentence), 3 body paragraphs
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Choices: President Truman, Emperor Hirohito, and the Atomic Bomb In summer 1945, President Truman focused on two choices to end the war with Japan: invade or use the atomic bomb. Truman ordered the bomb dropped on two Japanese citiesChoices: President Truman, Emperor Hirohito, and the Atomic Bomb In summer 1945, President Truman focused on two choices to end the war with Japan: invade or use the atomic bomb. Truman ordered the bomb dropped on two Japanese cities
In summer 1945, President Truman focused on two choices to end the war with Japan: invade or use the atomic bomb. Truman ordered the bomb dropped on two Japanese cities. His decision created a controversy that is with us today
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Bhagavad-GitaBhagavad-Gita
Never before had anyone been able to create a weapon that could create such destruction in such short time. As Robert Oppenheimer, the lead scientist in the production of the atomic bomb, said after witnessing its detonation
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Year 10 History Teacher: Miss Olivia RoseYear 10 History Teacher: Miss Olivia Rose
What were some of the experiences of Australians as a result of their involvement in the war?
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Chapter 28 Outline – International Contacts and Conflicts, 1914-1999 VI. The Present EraChapter 28 Outline – International Contacts and Conflicts, 1914-1999 VI. The Present Era
Western nations believed that through imperialism, they were bringing enlightened ideas to ignorant people, and they had a sense that the world was becoming a more civilized place
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