Scenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan



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J. Paul Getty Museum Education Department

Scenes from the Headlines: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plan


Debating the Bomb


Grades: High School (9–12)

Subjects: Visual Arts, History—Social Studies

Time Required: 3–4 class periods
Author: J. Paul Getty Museum Education Staff

Lesson Overview

Students will research how the development of the atomic bomb affected people in World War II, participate in a debate over its use, and investigate how the bomb has affected people’s lives since 1945.


Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

- analyze photographic images.

- research a specific topic within world history.

- participate in a debate about whether the United States should have used the atomic bomb to end World War II.

-understand what it was like to live during the Cold War with the threat of nuclear weapons.



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