Korea 65: The Forgotten War Remembered Lesson Plan and Resources
Korea 65 is an educational project that features a series of online oral history profiles and a public exhibit that will cast light on a forgotten conflict—one that killed millions, separated families and helped shape the Pacific Northwest. In first-person accounts, visitors to the Capitol and online readers will relive the war and the lessons we continue to learn 65 years later.
Korea 65 includes middle school curriculum with accommodations and adjustments available to upper elementary and high school
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The lesson plans follow the inquiry arc as outlined in the College, Career, Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards and are common core aligned (Washington State standards) to challenge students in essential reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. These plans are poised to engage students before, during, and after visiting the Korea 65 project and exhibit (either in person or online). Questions? Contact Laura Mott: 1-360-902-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org