Authentic Assessment

Students will be able to engage in nuanced historical thinking surrounding American involvement in WWII.

  • explaining the myth of American exceptionalism and identify it in narratives about the Holocaust
  • examine how bigotry (antisemitism being the most obvious, but also other forms of racism, as well as misogyny) is not a thing that happened and is over, but rather a social construction that was alive in the United States in the mid 20th century as well as today.




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