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This resource for teaching the Holocaust features an excellent, short reading about Kristallnacht. The 1-page article explains all of the relevant information students should know about "the night of broken glass" including why and how it began, key events, and the impact of it.Following the reading
In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will examine the reasons why most people did nothing to stop the Holocaust. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts and activities are included in this CRITICAL THINKING lesso
PRACTICE Excerpt from The Boy on the Wooden BoxTask CardsThis resource includes a nonfiction article about Kristallnacht or the Night of Broken Glass and an excerpt from The Boy On the Wooden Boy by Leon Leyson. It includes grammar review and reading skill questions, writing exercise, and comprehens
This 11 question quiz contains 10 multiple choice questions and 1 true-false question. It was written using the SC History Standard 7-5.6 support document which focuses on the Holocaust and its immediate aftermath. Students who take this quiz should will require knowledge of: The Nuremberg Trials
6th - 8th
Reading comprehension packet/worksheet on the events leading up to and including the "Night of Broken Glass" in 1938 Germany. Packet includes basic description of key events, reading comprehension questions on key data and space for students to answer questions right on the page.
Kristallnacht Jews throughout Nazi Germany on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA paramilitary forces and German civilians. The German authorities looked on without intervening. The name Kristallnacht comes from the shards of broken glass that littered the streets after the windows of Jewish-owned
Attached is a literacy based ENL lesson focusing on anti-Semitism in Germany during the 1930s, Nuremberg Laws' impact on society, and Kristallnacht. This lesson, like all of my lessons, is 100% translated in English and Spanish. I regularly include leveled texts to assist students with language deve
A super accessible and easy to use set of study notes on Kristallnacht, featuring: * The long term causes of the anti Jewish pogrom and the aims of the Nazis. * Details on the Aryanization of Jewish businesses * Responses of ordinary Germans to the attack.
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Kristallnacht (World War II/Holocaust) Reading and Primary Source ActivityIn this activity students will read:Copy of Most Urgent telegram from Munich on November 10, 1938, 1:20 a.m.Letter by Margarete Drexler to the GestapoDescription of the riot in DinslakenThey will then view two photos from Kris
Kristallnacht Activity Bundle
7th - 10th
In this resource, the students will read/listen to audio files from two survivors from the night of Kristallnacht with analysis questions to follow. This is a wonderful intro to the Holocaust assignment, or a wrap up for in class Kristallnacht discussions. Guided reading and critical analysis questi
8th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a handout on the Kristallnacht that I made for my 8th graders during the Holocaust unit.
Kristallnacht - An illustrated Guide and QuizGreat Guide to KristallnachtWith very clear images/maps/sources.Can be used as a 20 question quiz by removing the red words - or in pairs where a partner described the red word to their neighbour.With links for 2 videos
Comprehension questions to accompany the free video documentary series online. Includes answer key and sub lesson plan30 Total Questions (multiple choice, matching, true/false) [worth 40 points]Since this was originally posted, the first video in the series has been removed. Consequently, the first
Not Grade Specific
Kristallnacht Source Analysis Activity
7th - 9th
Would you like your students to gain background knowledge while practicing revising and editing? This resource does just that for them! These task cards are multi-purpose. STOP! This is part of a bundle! Please do not buy this separately if you are interested in saving money. The companion piece i
A primary source, a description of Kristallnacht, November 9, 1938, by survivor Eric Lucas. I use this with interactive notebooks and the PowerPoint "The Holocaust."
Kristallnacht Handout includes comprehension questions.
7th - 9th
Kristallnacht - Nazi Germany Word Search
In "Kristallnacht: A Brief Introduction" students are required to take notes on two of the darkest days of Nazi Era as they are presented in an easily accessible and authoritative website. The website’s “list format” makes it very approachable for most students. This activity has proven to be a usef
Kristallnacht Crossword
Herschel Grynszpan Kristallnacht Word Search
Practice the essential ELA skill of paraphrasing through Social Studies with this excellent, leveled worksheet. This reading comes with three levels of support: 1 - Teacher Highlighted with Bolded Terms2 - Bolded Terms3 - Blank ReadingThis leveling allows all students to refine their paraphrasing s

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