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Our five new lessons help you incorporate the Teaching Holocaust and Human Behavior unit more holistically in your classrooms.
An online companion to the book The Children of Willesden Lane. This powerful true story of Lisa Jura, one of 10,000 young refugees who fled Nazi-occupied Vienna on the Kindertransport as a child before World War II.
The readings in this collection explore the nature of identity, belonging, tolerance, and difference in our increasingly global society.
These lesson plans use the Ken Burns’ documentary "Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War" to explore what motivated Waitstill and Martha Sharp to help desperate refugees.
Spark meaningful conversations about religious freedom, the nature of democracy, and civic participation with this timeless multimedia collection.
Reflect on the artwork of the Holocaust and the importance of remembering the past by studying the remarkable artwork of artist and Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak.
Use the documentary film Reporter to explore the changing landscape of journalism and challenge students to consider their roles as creators and consumers of news.
Explore with your students the lives of Jews before World War II and examine music as a form of resistance.
Explore the transformation of traditional Jewish life in late 19th- and early 20th-century eastern Europe through the story of renowned playwright and author, Sholem Aleichem.
Address today's global challenges with lesson plans focused on current events including the refugee crisis and contemporary antisemitism.
Give your students the powerful learning experience of hearing a survivor or witness of genocide speak with our video testimonies and accompanying guide.
Learn how to incorporate civic education, ethical reflection and historical context into a literary exploration of Harper Lee's beloved novel, To Kill A Mockingbird.