Lessons, Units and Outlines
These lessons and units demonstrate how our resources and our Scope and Sequence can be applied within a classroom setting. Since every learning context is unique, we expect educators to adapt these ideas to their own students' needs. Lessons typically include activities that run between one and two hours. Units are a series of lessons that address the same resource or theme.
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Deepen students' understanding of conformity and the role it played in the transformation of a democracy into a totalitarian state. This outline offers ways for students to examine the critical decisions facing German youth and citizens during the 1930s. The requirement to pledge an oath of allegiance to the Nazi Party presented citizens with a decision that affected themselves, their families and communities.More Lessons
Decision-Making in Times of Injustice
|Grades 11 & 12 Elective World History |
The course draws from the content and methodology of Facing History and Ourselves. Facing History is an international education foundation focusing on curriculum and teacher
Holocaust and Human Behavior Unit Plan for Jewish Day Schools
This course is designed with middle and high school students in mind. The unit outline can and should be adapted to suit the needs of your class. The extent
Unit Plan for Supplementary Jewish Schools
The Facing History and Ourselves Jewish Education Project provides teachers in Jewish educational settings with training, support
United States History / World History - 11th Grade This unit will highlight the dramatically different ways Germany responded to the economic crisis.
These lesson ideas are designed to provide classroom activities based on our resources. They show the application of our Scope and Sequence within a classroom setting.