Memphis Exploratory: Grade 7 Course Outline

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Memphis Exploratory: Grade 7 Course Outline

This course outline for seventh grade students provides lessons, materials, and assessments to support an examination of the catastrophic period in the twentieth century when Nazi Germany murdered 6 million Jews and millions of other civilians, in the midst of the most destructive war in human history. Following our scope and sequence, it draws on and adapts resources from Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior and its related media collection, and it also includes materials to support Holocaust survivor Michael Gruenbaum's powerful memoir, Somewhere There Is Still a Sun.

This unit outline is part of the Memphis Exploratory pilot. 

 

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