Get the special-edition magazine for grades 68 that helps you bring the tough-to-teach issues of discrimination, bigotry, and genocide into focus for students.
The Holocaust is a complete and thoughtful resource for teaching students about one of the most terrible events in history and about the consequences of hate and bigotry.
Each 24-page magazine includes:
Stories of real-life survivors, bystanders, collaborators, resisters, and heroes that bring Holocaust events alive for students
A timeline covering the step-by-step chronology of the Holocaust, with photos from the rise of Hitler to the Nuremberg trials
Holocaust maps that reveal the history of the tragedy in Europe from 1933 to 1945
A glossary of terms that decodes the language of the Holocaust
Writing and discussion exercises to help students analyze and understand Holocaust events and think about how lessons from the Holocaust apply to their own lives
A review of other genocides, past and present: Cambodia, Rwanda, and Bosnia
A read-aloud play about a real teen victim of the Holocaust, plus art and poetry of young inmates from concentration camps
Teacher's Edition with background information, lesson plans, activities, a list of resources, and critical thinking questions
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