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Name:
Date:
School:
Facilitator:
10.02 Kennedy Foreign Policy Chirps
Social media has emerged as a powerful means of instant communication and information sharing. What
if social media had existed during the Kennedy Administration?
Choose a historical figure from our lesson or simply create your own character to write two fictional
“chirps” (Bay of Pigs and Berlin Crisis) from his or her perspective. Your character may be from the United
States, the Soviet Union, Cuba, or East or West Germany.
Remember that “chirps” are limited to 150 characters, so be concise.
Things to consider before choosing your character and writing your chirp:
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What was the outcome of this event and what lessons were learned?
How did this event contribute to already strained relations between the U.S. and Soviet Union
and/or the U.S. and Cuba/Germany?
How would your character (real or fiction) feel about the event?
What hashtag would be appropriate for the situation?
What is your nickname/username? Remember, this may have been a covert operation or you may be
a member of Kennedy’s foreign policy team who can’t reveal a real identity or release top secret
information from the situation room.
Bay of Pigs Chirp
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You may choose to be from Cuba, the United States, or the Soviet Union. Your chirp should reflect an
understanding of the Bay of Pigs Incident.
Write a chirp based on your character’s reaction to Kennedy’s actions during the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
Be creative. Your chirp should include information that reflects the historical significance of the Bay
of Pigs Incident.
Username
Nationality
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**Tip - use a believable nickname
*List appropriate country
Chirp
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Date
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Berlin Crisis Chirp
The Berlin Wall "is an admission of failure by communism, it is an attempt for the first time in the history of
mankind to erect a wall, not to keep marauders or bandits out, but to keep their people in." JFK - February
1962
“We do not want to fight—but we have fought before….Ich bin ein Berliner.” JFK - June 1963
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You may choose to be from East or West Berlin, the United States, or the Soviet Union. Your chirp
should reflect an understanding of the reason for building the Berlin Wall and how it impacted
society.
Write a chirp based on your character’s reaction to Kennedy’s quotes and actions surrounding the
Berlin Crisis.
Be creative. Your chirp should include information that reflects the historical significance of the
Berlin Crisis.
Username
Nationality
Click here to enter text.
Click here to enter text.
**Tip - use a believable nickname
*List appropriate country
Chirp
Click here to enter text.
Date
Click here to enter text.
Submit your completed work to 10.02 Kennedy Foreign Policy Chirp Dropbox.
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