Voices of Tragedy and Horror: Remembering the Holocaust
Learners consider the implications of the Holocaust. In this World War II instructional activity, students read the graphic novel Maus at the end of a unit on World War II. Learners discuss the impact of reading about the Holocaust as well as theme of the book. Students create fictitious movie posters for the book.
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