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Building History 3.0

Building History 3.0


An innovative new website and curriculum project that uses the 3D construction and exploration online video game, Minecraft, to engage young people with the history of the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.

  • Students begin with a driving question on themes such as citizenship, civil liberties, democracy, and immigration.  

  • They conduct research using texts, and online and digital resources, and analyze and discuss that research.  

  • Based on this research, they construct virtual incarceration camps on Minecraft, and present their projects at a public event, in an essay, a vlog, or a short animation video.

Building HIstory 3.0 is intended to combine creativity and collaborative learning in a structured lesson plan that takes users through research, creation, sharing and reflection.


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UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications

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California Civil Liberties Fund

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National Park Service

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UCLA Institute of American Cultures

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Visual Communications