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In For High School Students–Notes and Images from the Viet Nam War, director Jill Godmilow uses photographs and images to share information on the Vietnam War with high school students.  Godmilow focuses on the political and economic factors that contributed to the war, the United States’ military tactics, and the anti-war movement and protests that arose in response to the quagmire and the United States’ prolonged involvement in it.  This curriculum guide was developed to support teachers using the film.  It includes additional primary sources and recommended film clips with accompanying questions, as well as Essential Questions, objectives, and activities aligned with each of the three sections of the film.  Used together, the film and the resources here offer students insight into and context for this significant era in in the world’s history.

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