Document-Based Question; a useful distance learning tool to promote critical thinking skills rather than assigning a reading/narrative. UPDATED FOR 2020 SCHOOL YEAR!
This DBQ contains 7 documents which take the form of narratives (laws, interviews, etc.) and images. Critical thinking questions follow each document and are designed to assist students in the process of ongoing analysis. When finished, students use their learning from the documents to construct an essay connecting the events of the Holocaust to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
I use this as an opening activity for various units of study, including Human Rights and Genocide. It fits well into any World History, U.S. History, or Global Issues course!