In order to get credit for this project, you should:
Complete the hook exercise on p. 18 1. Read the Background Essay on p. 183. Answer the Background Essay questions on p. 185. Complete the questions on the top of p. 187.

Analyze each document by answering the questions at the bottom of the document Fill out a document analysis sheet for each document Complete bucketing and chicken foot on p. 199 Outline essay using form on p. 201. Use your outline to write a well constructed essay. You may handwrite or type. If you type, use 12 point Times New Roman.
Important Notes

If you choose to do this project, do it the right way. It is just like the DBQ on the Salem Witch Trials that we did in class together. The only difference is that I've given you the questions to help you examine the documents. You will not be given credit for sloppy or incomplete work. All questions must be answered in complete sentences. You should expect to spend at least 5 hours completing the project. This grade will go in as a test grade. Remember: Extra credit is given for extra effort and work. It's not meant to be easy. It would have been easier to study for the test with the study guide that was provided for you.

The entire packet plus the essay is due on Wednesday, January 6.

Pearl Harbor Mini-Q

Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?

Overview: On December 7, 1941, Japanese planes and submarines made a surprise attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The following day, President Roosevelt, supported by Congress, declared war on Japan. It marked the beginning of America's direct involvement in World War 11. Why did this island nation with a land area smaller than California, attack the United States at Pearl Harbor?
The Documents:
Document A: The New World Order Document B: Japan's Expansion (map) Document C: Actions and Reactions (timeline) Document D: US Embargo on Oil, Steel, and Scrap Iron (chart) Document E: Hideki Tojo: Imperial Conference, Nov. 5, 1941 A...