Wednesday, December 05, 2007

13 Weblinks to Remember Pearl Harbor

Friday, of course, is December 7th….a date which has sucessfully lived in infamy. Here are 13 links to remember, honor, and learn from:

1. The Story of the Recovered Engagement Ring

2. Pearl Harbor Survivor Stories

3. National Geographic's Remembering Pearl Harbor

4. National Geographic's USS Arizona information

5. My Story From Pearl Harbor...a lesson plan from Scholastic (with links)

6. USS Utah page (put together by a survivor)

7. BBC News: On This Day

8. Time Magazine's Pearl Harbor Story

9. A Sensored Pearl Harbor Story....64 Years Later

10. Japanese Americans in Hawaii Tell Their Story

11. Stories of Sacrifice: Pearl Harbor

12. Palomar College's Digitizing Survivor Stories Project

13. The Pearl Harbor Deception

Read other Thursday Thirteen lists here.

The picture with this post is the USS Arizona memorial.

12 comments:

ellen b. said...

What a great TT for this week!

Morgan Leigh said...

What a wonderful TT! :) Happy TT!

Journeywoman said...

EXCELLENT TT!!!

I always envy your students.

http://journeywoman.typepad.com/

Nicholas said...

Thank you for that list. Very interesting.

SJ Reidhead said...

Teachers like you are becoming more and more scarce.

Keep up the good work!

The Pink Flamingo
http://thepinkflamingo.blogharbor.com/blog

Denise Patrick said...

It's been years since I went to the USS Arizona memorial, but I still remember it clearly. A very sad place, but beautiful all the same.

Happy TT!

Alasandra said...

My TT about December is up.

Thank you for the links. We use the National Geographic all the time and I was very impressed with 3. National Geographic's Remembering Pearl Harbor. I look forward to checking the rest of the links out.

secret agent mama said...

What a wealth of information you've got listed here. GREAT TT!!

My TT!

Natalie said...

Those people definitely deserve being remembered.

My Thursday Thirteen is up too! :)

Anonymous said...

Hello all,

Just a quick note to teachers looking for a new angle for Pearl Harbor Day lesson plans.

Visit thinkfinity.org, a website designed to provide teachers with free access to engaging educational resources to bring their lesson plans to life.

All the resources are provided for FREE by some of the nation’s top educational organizations including: National Geographic, The International Reading Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

On the homepage, you’ll find a link to Pearl Harbor resources including:

- An attack map

- A copy of the original telegraph the Navy sent notifying officers of the attack

- A copy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s address to the nation. The print shows the President’s handwritten edits, including crossing out a few words to add “live in infamy.”

- A lesson plan comparing the impact of Sept. 11 and Pearl Harbor

- A brand new “Road to Pearl Harbor” lesson plan and resources from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ EDSITEment.

The website will continue to be updated until tomorrow morning, so please check back for additional resources.

Thinkfinity.org is the Verizon Foundation’s free, comprehensive program and online portal to more than 55,000 educational resources, including standards-based, grade-specific, K-12 lesson plans and other interactive tools and materials for teachers and students provided in partnership with many of the nation’s leading educational and literacy organizations. Thinkfinity.org is designed to help teachers gain access to online resources quickly and requires no passwords or software downloads.

Linda R. Moore said...

Wonderful links. That's going to take me some while to absorb. :)

I have three TTs this week:

http://www.ravensroads.com/index.php/useless-emotions
13 emotions we could do without

http://www.ravensrv.com/tt13-lodi-california/
13 things about Lodi, California

http://www.ravensrides.com/thursday-thirteen-2-13-sayings-from-the-biking-community
13 sayings from the biker community

EHT said...

Thanks for visiting everyone. I hope you took the time to visit and read at least one story.