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Israel Teacher Resources
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The similarities and differences between academic and everyday summaries/abstracts are explored in this PowerPoint. After reading "Historiographic Reflection on Israel’s Origins: The Rise and Fall of the Patriarchal Age,” and abstracts from the Old Testament, writers follow the steps outlined in this presentation to compose everyday and academic summaries based on the selections.
Learners research the history of conflict between Israel and Palestine. In this Middle East history instructional activity, students watch "Israel and Palestine: The Fight for Peace." Learners conduct further research on the topic and write papers about how they would conduct peace talks between the 2 countries.
Students explore the connection between World War II and Jewish immigration to Israel after the War. In this World History lesson plan, students discuss the details of what it might have been like to live through the Holocaust. After the class discussion, they divide into small groups to research details on the topic then complete several activities to share their findings.
High schoolers explore the Israeli Palestinian conflict. In this Middle East history lesson, students watch a video regarding the history between Israel and Palestine. High schoolers collaborate to research the conflict and submit proposals to bring both side together to negotiate.
Put a highly topical reading assignment in your learners grasp. They examine an article discussing the trade of Israeli prisoners for a soldier. The article goes into several facets of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and a specific hostage situation. Learners repond to the article by answering 15 questions.
Examine how the 'safe passage' for Palestinians between the Gaza Strip and the West Bank affects those living in Israel and reflects both conflict and cooperation between the Israelis and Palestinians. The class compares the perspective of each group and engages in a class discussion.
Graphic organizers can be a big help to students of any age. This one provides a way for learners to track the date, event, and significance of an event in relation to the establishment of Israel. Tip: This could be a great way to collect information for a timeline project or to use for note taking.