Aligning with State Content Standards on social science and language arts for 3rd through 8th grades, this in-depth field trip tour provides students the opportunity to experience life in a WWII incarceration camp through the first-hand experiences of a formerly-incarcerated docent on a guided tour of Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII.
Following the tour, students explore citizenship, constitutionality and the concept of redress in a classroom presentation and complete an activity sheet with the help of a docent.
In preparation for this tour, teachers are provided a free resource packet to prepare students for their visit.
January 23 – March 17, 2017
Tuesday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
For questions, please call (916) 654-1729, or send us an email.
*Price includes standard Museum field trip. A minimum of 30 participants required to book a tour reservation.