In this activity, students will learn about the Holocaust and genocide as they visit four different stations in a museum like experience. At each station, your students will be exposed to primary source images, quotations, maps and readings as they learn about the Holocaust.
Great activity for World War II that forces students to think critically! Students are given five scenarios that involve World War II, the Holocaust, and its aftermath. Then they are asked to answer a series of thought provoking moral questions. Each story is based on a true event and the real stories are also provided. Extension suggestions and a lesson plan are included.
Most Dangerous Game short story lit. analysis worksheets & tasks, Connell, CCSS
Use the classic short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell to teach your students the elements of literary analysis. A full three-day lesson plan will keep your students busy reading, writing, and thinking!
This is a 40+ page bundle of 3 separate source analysis packs related to the Holocaust. This bundle will help your students analyze stories and primary sources in a historical context and will develop their understanding of the Holocaust in relation to the major events of the event. The bundle contains, one story, 10 sources (visual and text), questions (comprehension and analysis), several assignments, teachers keys and rubrics!
This critical-thinking activity asks students to determine who was responsible for the Holocaust and to what extent they are guilty of crimes against humanity, then create a circle graph in which they assign the person(s) responsible the percentage of responsibility they should bear for the Holocaust. Free.
This is a FREE foldable bookmark with eight sections that students can use to record story elements as they read. By folding the paper in half, and then in half again, student create a bookmark that is always handy when they are ready to write. The story elements include characters, character traits, setting, problem and solution, and more. Students write, draw, and color to complete their bookmark.
Use the classic short story, “The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant, to teach your students the elements of literary analysis. First, they'll enjoy the ironic twist ending. Then, they'll dig deep into their thinking and writing. Get ready for two days of compelling discussion about writing and classic lit.
This activity helps students to understand the context of the Holocaust and its impact. Students will work independently or in groups to read and respond to questions about a given article. They will then use the answers to discuss their reactions with each other. Students can pose questions to each other and to the teacher to further impact their learning. From http://suite101.com/a/language-arts-holocaust-lesson-plan-for-middle-school-students-a229954 By Kris K.