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As part of an extended study of the Holocaust, sixth graders investigate a variety of resources to determine how the Holocaust fits into the overall events of World War II. At the conclusion of the unit, they choose from a list of...
Are your young writers struggling with thesis statements? Use this simple format to help them brainstorm a quality thesis statement for their research paper. The lesson is designed for a research project based on the Holocaust, but you...
Two poems written by inmates of Terezin (Teresienstadt) Concentration Camp, located in Czech Republic, prove to be powerful prompts for various assignments. Whether you choose to ask class members to research the Holocaust and/or this...
Fifth graders discuss concepts of diversity, culture, and prejudice, gain understanding of harm caused by prejudice, and demonstrate ability to think critically and a desire to act morally.
Sixth graders write an editorial in response to an event of the Holocaust. Actual newspaper editorial pages be used to help students explain the editorial process.
Sixth graders write a poem describing a concentration camp. After a thorough lecture/demo, 6th graders use a real-life example of a poem written by a boy in a concentration camp as inspiration to begin writing their own.
Eighth graders read the Diary of Anne Frank. In this novel reading lesson, 8th graders read and analyze the story. Students do online activities and create a newspaper giving a summary of three major events in the story. Students answer...