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BOMB: The Race to Build-and Steal- the World’s Most Dangerous Weapon Nonfiction Book Study: Ch. 6 Norway Connection & Ch. 7 Enormoz

This book study provides curated information and guided reading and assignments for the book BOMB by Steve Sheinkin

Essential Question

How did the contributions of physicists in the making of the atomic bomb affect the world as we know it?


Was it morally correct to use the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Why or Why Not?

Student Expectations

We will read chapter 6 "Norway Connection" and "Enormoz" with a partner and illustrate the scenes using a graphic novel template.

I will write a summary sentence about my scene in the book. 

6C

Activity:

After reading "Norway Connection" and “Enormoz” with your partner(s), recreate the scenes from the two chapters using a graphic novel template below. Select "Norway Connection" by focusing pages35-37 OR "Enormoz" by focusing on pages 38-41. You will fully retell the scenes through illustrations and dialogue. Due at the end of the period.