In groups, I have students choose any Holocaust survivor from the Holocaust Museum website whose last name begins with the same letter as theirs. They then work their way through the sheet answering the questions that apply to their survivor. Next they share the story of their survivor to their group. I then have them briefly share with the class. I have also written things like, "Occupation," "Religion," or "Did they have children?" on the board and kept a tally in order to illustrate to the class how "human" the Holocaust victims were and how they were targeted for a variety of reasons. It's a simple lesson, but students tend to learn a lot about the Holocaust that they never knew. I use it as a way to wrap up WWII and begin the Genocide Unit I teach.