Field Trip: Defining Courage Exhibition at Go For Broke National Education Center
Recommended Age: 5th grade through College
Program Length: Approximately 30-60 minutes
Available: Tuesday through Friday
$3 per student and per teacher/adult chaperone FREE thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Aratani Foundation
The Defining Courage Exhibition tells the story of the Japanese American World War II experience through a contemporary lens. The exhibition explores the concept of courage through the lives of the young Japanese Americans of World War II, and asks modern visitors to act with similar courage in their own lives. Students will use critical thinking to identify meaning and construct their own story. Teachers will be supplied with pre-visit and post-visit materials to supplement their field trip. School groups are limited to 60 students. Each participant will receive a free ticket to return at a later date. To schedule a school group please contact Tessa Cencula at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 222-5711.
California History-Social Sciences content standards – 10.8, 11.7, 11.10, 12.8, 12.10
Common Core State Standards: ELA-Literacy – SL. 8.2-3, 11-12.2 RH. 11-12.7
We are currently accepting reservations to schedule field trips for the 2017/2018 academic school year.