Students discover how a partisan unit developed its own ethical framework in the face of life-threatening situations.
Students investigate the role memorials and monuments play in expressing a society’s values and shaping its memory by studying existing memorials and then designing their own.
Students read narratives from German youth in the 1930s and consider how pride, fear, obedience, and peer pressure influenced how young people responded to the Nazi's messages.
This resource is for teachers participating in the Chicago Public Schools Social Science 3.0 PD Academy.
It is a part of a pilot to guide planning of a 5- week Facing History Unit in the 2014-2015 School Year. Please login/register to access.
Facing History's teachers and students have benefited enormously from the leadership of Richard and Susan Smith and the Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation. The family's visionary grant for the revision and publication of the 2016 edition of Holocaust and Human Behavior was a major five year investment in the organization's future.