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Curriculum Korean War Legacy Foundation

found in: social studies; preK-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-12

Under Teaching Tools, Curriculum (Korean War Legacy Foundation)  provides downloadable inquiries aligned with social studies standards for elementary, middle school, and high school students in Word and PDF formats. Each inquiry suggests teaching approaches and provides links to video clips and individual maps for printing.

The first inquiry for elementary students is Maps and Korea ( PDF, 1.6 MB, 13 pgs.) Using the map set, students (K-2) investigate maps, their common characteristics, and what they can tell about a place.

In an inquiry for middle school students, Children and War,  ( PDF, 5.2 MB, 14 pgs.) students investigate war’s effects on children: hunger, displacement, trauma, and the loss of family and stability.

In an inquiry for high school students, Talk with North Korea,  ( PDF, 6.9 MB, 22 pgs.) students research the history of diplomatic relations between the United States and North Korea.

History  comprises 17 one-page chapters that outline the Korean War from start to truce with oral history film clips, maps,

Beyond The Bridge of No Return: Legacy of a Korean War Veteran (37:57) is a documentary of a soldier’s return to Korea with his grandson.

Interview Archive  features thousands of veteran videos, photographs, and documents.



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