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Standard #: SS.912.A.6.12
This document was generated on CPALMS - www.cpalms.org
Examine causes, course, and consequences of the Korean War.
Subject Area: Social Studies
Grade: 912
Strand: American History
Standard: Understand the causes and course of World War II, the character of the war at home and
abroad, and its reshaping of the United States role in the post-war world.
Date Adopted or Revised: 02/14
Status: State Board Approved
Remarks/Examples
Examples may include, but aren ot limited to, Communist China, 38th parallel, cease fire, firing of
Gen. Douglas McArthur.
Related Courses
Course Number
2100315:
7921025:
2100320:
2100390:
2100310:
Course Title
United States History for Credit Recovery (Specifically in versions:
2014 - 2015, 2015 and beyond (current))
Access United States History (Specifically in versions: 2014 2015, 2015 and beyond (current))
United States History Honors (Specifically in versions: 2014 2015, 2015 and beyond (current))
Visions and Countervisions: Europe, the U.S. and the World from
1848 (Specifically in versions: 2014 - 2015, 2015 and beyond
(current))
United States History (Specifically in versions: 2014 - 2015, 2015
and beyond (current))
2100480:
Visions: Europe,U.S.,World Honors (Specifically in versions: 2014
- 2015, 2015 and beyond (current))
Related Access Points
Independent
Access Point Number
SS.912.A.6.In.l
Access Point Title
Identify a cause and consequence of the Korean War.
Supported
Access Point Number
SS.912.A.6.Su.l
Access Point Title
Recognize a cause and consequence of the Korean War.
Participatory
Access Point Number
SS.912.A.6.Pa.l
Access Point Title
Recognize that countries help other countries in war.
Related Resources
Resource Collection
Name
American Experience: Harry
Truman
Description
This full-length video is a complete biography of Harry Truman,
33rd President of the United States. Topics touched on include the
atomic bombing of Japan, the Cold War, and the Korean War.
Teachers should find the video an excellent resource to review or
learn more about this time period.
The webpage also includes numerous shorter videos, articles, and
primary sources about Truman and this time period in history, as
well as a teacher's guide for using the film in class.
Tutorial
Name
Crash Course U.S. History:
The Cold War in Asia
Description
In this tutorial video, you'll take a whirlwind journey through key
events of the Cold War in Asia. The United States' struggle against
communist expansion led to full-blown, boots-on-the ground wars
The Korean War: Overview
in both Korea and Vietnam. Enjoy this "crash course" in U.S.
History!
In this tutorial video from Khan Academy, you'll learn about the
causes, course, and consequences of the Korean War.
Original Tutorial
Name
From World War to Cold
War: Part 1
From World War to Cold
War: Part 2
Description
Explore the beginnings of the Cold War from 1945 to 1953 in Part
1 of this interactive tutorial. You'll learn why this
rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union was a
unique conflict in our nation's history, and how the U.S. assumed
the role of world leader after World War II. Finally, you'll learn
how the Korean War was a proxy war in the larger context of the
Cold War.
Explore the beginnings of the Cold War from 1945 to 1953 in Part
2 of this interactive tutorial. You'll learn why this
rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union was a
unique conflict in our nation's history, and how the U.S. assumed
the role of world leader after World War II. Finally, you'll learn
how the Korean War was a proxy war in the larger context of the
Cold War.
This is the second part of a 2-part tutorial! Make sure to
complete From World War to Cold War: Part 1 before
beginning this one. Click here to launch Part 1.
Learn about some of the causes of the Korean War and the major
factors that led to America’s involvement in the war. In this
The Cold War Turns Hot:
interactive tutorial, you will also learn about America’s role in the
Remembering the Korean War
course of this conflict, and the consequences that resulted because
of the war.
Assessment
Name
Quiz: 1950s America
Description
Try this 8-question multiple choice quiz to see how much you
know about America in the 1950s. Foreign and domestic policy are
both included in these questions.
Lesson Plan
Name
Reading Like a Historian:
Korean War
Description
In this lesson, students analyze secondary source documents in an
effort to answer the central historical question: Who started the
Korean War? The teacher begins by first explaining that textbooks
Reading Like a Historian:
Truman and MacArthur
can be biased sources and then uses a brief PowerPoint to show the
geography of Korea and why/when war began there. Students then
form pairs and read 2 accounts of the war: one from a South Korean
textbook and another from a North Korean book. For both, students
not only summarize and answer questions, but they must identify
which source is which (North or South Korea?) and use textual
details to prove it. In a class discussion, students share their
answers. If time remains, the class may corroborate these sources
with their own class textbook.
In this lesson, students analyze primary source documents in an
effort to answer the central historical question: How did Americans
respond to President Truman's decision to fire General
MacArthur? The teacher begins by explaining how MacArthur
wanted to invade China to resolve the Korean War stalemate in
1951 and why Truman fired him for insubordination. Students are
asked to make a prediction: what do you think the reaction was to
the firing of this popular general? Students then analyze 3
documents: 1) a memo to Truman tabulating the letters he received
after the firing (pro vs. con), 2) a letter by AMVETS supporting the
firing, and 3) a very critical letter from a woman in Texas. For the
last 2, students answer questions on a graphic organizer in groups.
A whole group discussion follows and a quick debriefing on the
impacts of the war's conclusion are presented.
Unit/Lesson Sequence
Name
The Two Big Powers and
Their Cold War: 1945-1990
CE
Description
This web resource provides a full teaching unit in PDF format
designed to help students understand shifts in world politics postWorld War II through the Cold War. Through an examination of
primary and secondary source documents, students will evaluate
the opposing political, economic, and cultural ideologies of two
emerging world superpowers in the post-World War II era: the
United States and the Soviet Union. The unit's summative
assessment asks students to present evidence supporting a
description of these competing ideologies' impact on the Third
World.
Text Resource
Name
Description
This informational text resource is intended to support reading in
Truman Firing of MacArthur the Social Studies content area. It is most appropriate for 9-10
Hurt Approval Rating But
grade students enrolled in a U.S. History class.
Saved War With Red China
In this essay, author Robert Schlesinger uses the story of President
Truman's firing of General MacArthur to demonstrate an act of
bold and decisive, if unpopular at the time, presidential leadership.
See Attachments section for a Microsoft Word file with text
dependent questions to accompany this passage.
Student Resources
Name
Crash Course U.S.
History: The Cold
War in Asia
From World War to
Cold War: Part 1
From World War to
Cold War: Part 2
Description
In this tutorial video, you'll take a whirlwind journey through key events of
the Cold War in Asia. The United States' struggle against communist
expansion led to full-blown, boots-on-the ground wars in both Korea and
Vietnam. Enjoy this "crash course" in U.S. History!
Explore the beginnings of the Cold War from 1945 to 1953 in Part 1 of this
interactive tutorial. You'll learn why this rivalry between the United States
and the Soviet Union was a unique conflict in our nation's history, and
how the U.S. assumed the role of world leader after World War II. Finally,
you'll learn how the Korean War was a proxy war in the larger context of
the Cold War.
Explore the beginnings of the Cold War from 1945 to 1953 in Part 2 of this
interactive tutorial. You'll learn why this rivalry between the United States
and the Soviet Union was a unique conflict in our nation's history, and
how the U.S. assumed the role of world leader after World War II. Finally,
you'll learn how the Korean War was a proxy war in the larger context of
the Cold War.
This is the second part of a 2-part tutorial! Make sure to
complete From World War to Cold War: Part 1 before beginning this one.
Click here to launch Part 1.
Try this 8-question multiple choice quiz to see how much you know about
Quiz: 1950s America America in the 1950s. Foreign and domestic policy are both included in
these questions.
Learn about some of the causes of the Korean War and the major factors
The Cold War Turns
that led to America’s involvement in the war. In this interactive tutorial,
Hot: Remembering the
you will also learn about America’s role in the course of this conflict, and
Korean War
the consequences that resulted because of the war.
The Korean War:
In this tutorial video from Khan Academy, you'll learn about the causes,
Overview
course, and consequences of the Korean War.