Reflection On The Assassination Of John F Kennedy

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Before, I would start the lesson on the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, I would have the class watch short clips, which show how John F. Kennedy was assassinated. I would have my class watch short clips of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, so they could get an idea of what I’m going to be teaching them. After they have watched the short clips on the assassination of John F. Kennedy, I would have the class make up theories or predictions as of why they think John F. Kennedy was murdered and who killed John F. Kennedy. Then I would go into teaching about the murder of John F. Kennedy and the class would have to see if their theories were correct or incorrect. Also, another idea I would use to get the student excited to learn about the assassination of John. F Kennedy is, I would have a student be the president and a student be the first lady and I would have the class act …show more content…
Kennedy’s family members, I’m sure after the lost of her husband and her children father, their perspectives would be that they were angry at the fact that their loved one was brutally murdered in front of the whole world. I also think his family attitude towards that murder would be that they were very sad and upset. The perspectives of all the people who were in Dallas, Texas, watching President Kennedy get killed, they were also probably angry, mad, confused of why this happened. Some more perspectives are the Vice President Lyndon reaction, the whole world reactions, Americans, and different countries perspective and the reactions of the people who the President worked with in office with. After, doing research on John F. Kennedy some people perspective were that the C.I.A agents organized the assassination of John F. Kennedy and a couple of people through the Lee Harvey Oswald was hired by Russian Special Forces to kill John F.

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