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U.S. History: Exploring Groups: How did WWII change America?: Home

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The National World War II Museum Digital Collections

 

Search for your demographic group to discover photos and interviews with veterans and others.

 
The purpose of this project is to explore the myriad ways that World War II fundamentally changed America by researching a specific demographic group. 

 

As an individual or as a group, you will research one of the following demographic groups: 
  • Asian-Americans
  • Black / African-Americans
  • Indigenous / Native Americans
  • Mexican-Americans
  • Women
 
You - individually or as a member of a group - will produce one of the following:
  • Research Paper
  • Video
  • Podcast

 

 

PROJECT-TYPE RESOURCES

 

Research Paper

 Notes and Bibliography (NB) sample paper using the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition.
From Purdue University Online Writing Center (OWL)
 

Video

Making a Movie with Your iPhone or iPad from film educator Tom Barrance and his website Learnaboutfilm.com. 

 

Podcast

Create a podcast using Garage Band using this tutorial by Mr. Padgett