The Road to Pearl Harbor
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by Luke Gasper
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RH6-8.1: Define Textual Evidence: Which of the following definitions best matches the definition of textual evidence?
A. Materials written or made by people who lived during historical events
B. Details that support an idea/ claim/ opinion/ or argument in a text
C. Details that are directly stated in the text
D. A statement that summarizes the main idea of a passage
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RH6-8.1: Define Textual Evidence: Which of the following is an antonym of textual evidence?
A. Evaluation of direct knowledge
B. Hearsay
C. Original materials
D. Stated
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RH6-8.1: Define Primary & Secondary Sources: Is the passage from a primary or secondary source?
A. Primary Source
B. Secondary Source
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RH6-8.1: Define Primary & Secondary Sources: This source is primary/ secondary because….
A. It is an original artifact.
B. It explains primary sources or/ is analysis of primary sources
C. It is a firsthand account
D. It contains pronouns indicating ownership
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RH6-8.1: Cite Evidence to Support a Claim: Which paragraph best supports the claim: “The United States had chosen sides before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.”
A. Paragraph 2
B. Paragraph 3
C. Paragraph 4
D. Paragraph 5
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RH6-8.1: Cite Evidence to Support a Claim: What piece of evidence supports the claim; “The United States provoked the Japanese to attack Pearl Harbor.”
A. “First Austria was annexed, then Czechoslovakia.”
B. “In the end, it was Japan who provoked the United States into war.”
C. “When economic. “In the end, it was Japan who provoked the United States into war.”against Japan produced a diplomatic stalemate,”
D. “The Neutrality Acts allowed the United States to be involved in the war.”
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RH6-8.1: Determine a Claim: What claim can be reasonably made from the quote, “Led by President Roosevelt, the United States used its industrial might to become the arsenal of democracy for the Allied war effort.”?
A. The US used voting and support from US citizens to support the allies.
B. Americans were happy to work for foreign countries.
C. Germany and Italy provoked the US into taking action.
D. The US was actively involved in WWII before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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RH6-8.1: Determine a Claim: What claim can be reasonably made from the text?
A. United States involvement in WWII was unavoidable.
B. The American people wanted to help the democracies of Europe.
C. As Germany, Italy, and Japan took territories the US and its’ people readied for war.
D. Isolationism and neutrality allowed the US to avoid war.
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