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Introducing Our US History Curriculum Collection
Draw from this flexible curriculum collection as you plan any middle or high school US history course. Featuring units, C3-style inquiries, and case studies, the collection will help you explore themes of democracy and freedom with your students throughout the year.
In Kassel, Germany, artist Horst Hoheisel created a “counter-memorial” marking the site where a majestic fountain built by a Jewish citizen once stood; it had been destroyed by the Nazis in 1939. This image is in Spanish.
Memorial to Roma and Sinti Victims of National Socialism (en español)
This memorial in Berlin, Germany, was designed by Dani Karavan and opened in 2012. The triangular stone at the center of the pool holds a fresh flower which is replaced every day. This image is in Spanish.
Perspectives on Power: Big Paper Quotations (en español)
In Spanish, students use this handout to reflect on five different perspectives about power and consider the ways in which each one confirms, challenges, or changes their initial thinking about the concept.