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The Holocaust in Our Educational System
The Holocaust in Our Educational System - presentation

karlyn-boh

Why is it useful in today’s society to teach about the Holocaust? . In the Holocaust…. 11 . million people were . killed in . a span of 12 years from 1933-. 1945, of those killed . 6 million were .

Leading long lasting changes in educational systems and
Leading long lasting changes in educational systems and - presentation

ellena-man

schools. Tartu City Estonia. October 20, 2015 . Anna Kristín Sigurðardóttir . University. of Iceland. Agenda. Successful educational changes at national and local level. Data driven / evidence based practice.

The Educational System
The Educational System - presentation

pamella-mo

of Greece. 2013. (focused in primary education). Attachment. 8 . HELLENIC CONSTITUTION. Aim and significance of education. Article 16. §2: . Education . constitutes a . basic mission . for the State .

The Holocaust
The Holocaust - presentation

natalia-si

By: Kim Michal. Photo Credits:. http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/. . http://myfdw.com/. . Who was Adolf Hitler?. Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889. Hitler was the dictator of Germany. He became dictator in 1933.

The Holocaust
The Holocaust - presentation

mitsue-sta

s. . “For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” . ~. Elie. Wiesel. That there was more than one. Did you know?. The . Defenition. . Holocaust. - . any mass slaughter or reckless destruction of life.

The Holocaust
The Holocaust - presentation

danika-pri

11 million people were exterminated. 6 million Jews. 5 million people . 1933 - 1945. Defining the Holocaust. HOLOCAUST . (Heb., . sho'ah. ) . which originally meant a sacrifice totally burned by fire .

United States’ Perspective on The Holocaust
United States’ Perspective on The Holocaust - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Should the Holocaust be defined as a Genocide?. Hum. 10 Block ___ 12/13/13. J. Neuberger. M. . Orner. K. O’Rourke. J. Stassen. Historical Context/Facts. Holocaust: 1933-1945. Holocaust: from the Greek words:.

The holocaust
The holocaust - presentation

pamella-mo

1933 – 1945 . Anne Frank -. Hiding . and Betrayal. THE HOLOCAUST. . WAS . THE SYSTEMATIC, BUREAUCRATIC MASS MURDER OF MORE THAN SIX MILLION JEWS BY THE NAZI REGIME AND ITS COLLABORATORS . Holocaust History.

Holocaust: Video Questions
Holocaust: Video Questions - presentation

trish-goza

In the 1940s, who was driven out of their neighborhoods and homes? . What is the Holocaust? . Where did the Holocaust take place? . What lie did the Nazis tell the Jewish people? . Why were Jewish people discriminated against? .

Holocaust Memorial Day
Holocaust Memorial Day - presentation

lindy-duni

January 27 2016. Between 1941 and 1945, the Nazis attempted to annihilate all of Europe’s Jews. This systematic and planned attempt to murder European Jewry is known as the Holocaust (The Shoah in Hebrew). .

Young Voices During the Holocaust: Their Legacies Continue
Young Voices During the Holocaust: Their Legacies Continue - presentation

sherrill-n

Presenters: . Felicia Alexander / USHMM Teacher Fellow. Amy McDonald/ USHMM Teacher Fellow. Salvaged Pages. by Alexandra . Zapruder. Focusing on Four Female Diarists. Eva . Ginzova. – . Terezin. Ghetto.

Young Voices During the Holocaust: Their Legacies Continue
Young Voices During the Holocaust: Their Legacies Continue - presentation

briana-ran

Presenters: . Felicia Alexander / USHMM Teacher Fellow. Amy McDonald/ USHMM Teacher Fellow. Salvaged Pages. by Alexandra . Zapruder. Focusing on Four Female Diarists. Eva . Ginzova. – . Terezin. Ghetto.

The Holocaust
The Holocaust - presentation

lois-ondre

How Did It End?. Approaching Defeat. With the Soviets rapidly approaching from the East and the Allies from the West, the Nazis began moving Jews to concentration camps in Germany. The Nazis then began destroying their extermination camps in hopes that the mass killings they conducted would not be discovered by the Allies.

1935-1945 THE HOLOCAUST 1918-1932:
1935-1945 THE HOLOCAUST 1918-1932: - presentation

test

Germany was suffering from the economic and physical turmoil left behind after WWI.. The Nazi party and their leader, Adolf Hitler, began to spread their ideas of nationalism, militarism and a racially “pure” Germany.

The Holocaust Miss  Springborn
The Holocaust Miss Springborn - presentation

aaron

8. th. Grade Social Studies . 2017. Between 1933 and 1945, the German. government led by Adolf Hitler and the. Nazi Party carried out the systematic. persecution and murder of Europe’s Jews.. This genocide is now known.

Entering the Holocaust
Entering the Holocaust - presentation

tatyana-ad

. Auschwitz. . Auschwitz was a death camp in Poland. It was the largest death camp in the Holocaust. The camp went in operation February 1942. Its primary purpose was murder. They took . J. ews, homosexuals.

The Holocaust
The Holocaust - presentation

briana-ran

Outcome: Healing. Constructive Response Questions. What efforts were made after the Holocaust to help heal the memories of the Holocaust?. What Will We Learn?. Liberation of the camps. Role of German citizens.

The Holocaust & other war crimes
The Holocaust & other war crimes - presentation

danika-pri

What do you know about the holocaust and other war crimes?. What do you know about The Holocaust & other war crimes?. Where have you found out about it?. Have you read any books about it?. Have you seen any movies about it?.

What was the Holocaust?
What was the Holocaust? - presentation

aaron

The Holocaust was the systematic and planned murder of the Jewish people of Europe. This was carried out by the Nazi regime who came to power in Germany between 1933 and 1945. . By the end of the Holocaust Six Million Jewish men, women and children had died in Ghettos, mass shootings, concentration and death camps. .

The Holocaust: Uncovered
The Holocaust: Uncovered - presentation

briana-ran

Kayla Bear. Let’s see what you already know about the Holocaust!. Start the Quiz. During what time period did the Holocaust occur?. a. 1931-1948. b. 1920-1946. c. . 1940-1942. d. 1933-1945. Correct! .

Informed Pedagogy of the Holocaust
Informed Pedagogy of the Holocaust - presentation

faustina-d

Corey L. Harbaugh. Co-Director, Holocaust Educator Network of Michigan . USHMM Fellow / REC Member (Midwest). charbaugh2002@yahoo.com. Holocaust education is at a crossroads. USHMM Guideline 10:. Make Responsible Methodological Choices .

The holocaust
The holocaust - presentation

briana-ran

1933 – 1945 . Nazi Era Deportation. THE HOLOCAUST. . WAS . THE SYSTEMATIC, BUREAUCRATIC MASS MURDER OF MORE THAN SIX MILLION JEWS BY THE NAZI REGIME AND ITS COLLABORATORS . Holocaust History. This Lesson expounds on the deportations of the Jews to Ghettos, Concentration Camps, Forced/Slave Labor Camps and Killing Centers.

The Holocaust Great Depression and World War II Unit
The Holocaust Great Depression and World War II Unit - presentation

pasty-tole

Essential Question. What were the M.A.I.N. causes and events of World War II?. Key Vocabulary. Genocide: the killing of an entire race of people. Final Solution: Hitler’s program of systemically killing the entire Jewish people..

Tennessee Holocaust Commission & Curricular Opportunities
Tennessee Holocaust Commission & Curricular Opportunitie - presentation

tatyana-ad

TN eCampus Oversight Committee 31 January 2018. Academic Affairs Collaborative 31 January 2018. Student Affairs Sub Council 1 February 2018. Faculty Collaborative 2018. The Tennessee Holocaust Commission.

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