Holocaust bundle that will help your students analyze stories and primary sources in a historical context and will develop their understanding of the Holocaust in relation to the ghettos, trains to the camps, concentration camps, discrimination, Nuremberg Laws, prejudice, and what it was like to live in the camps. The bundle contains, one story, 10 sources (visual and text), questions (comprehension and analysis), several assignments, teachers keys and rubrics!
Source Analysis Pack #1: Holocaust Story with Questions, Assignments and Key
This 20 page package includes an engaging 2 and a half page story about a family's experience during the Holocaust; from being deported from a ghetto, to what it was like on the trains to the concentration camps and the arrival at a concentration camp. The story truly captures life in the earlier stages of the Genocide. Includes: Questions (Comprehension and Analysis), Mapping Assignment, Writing Assignment, Teacher’s Key and Marking Rubric.
Source Analysis Pack #2: Holocaust - Life in the Camps
This 13 page package includes 5 engaging and informative sources (visual and text) related to what life was like for prisoners in the concentrations camps. The sources truly capture the realities of the living conditions for people in the Nazi controlled concentration camps. The packages also includes a range of activities related to the sources. Includes: Questions (Comprehension and Analysis), Multiple Perspective Journal Writing Assignment, Teacher’s Key and Marking Rubric.
Source Analysis Pack #3: Holocaust - Nuremberg Laws
This 8 page package includes primary sources (text and pictures) related to the Holocaust and the Nuremberg Laws passed by the Nazi Party in order to limit the rights of the Jewish living in Germany. The sources are engaging, short and truly capture the beginning stages of the Holocaust. The packages also includes a set of analysis questions that requires students to think critically in order to develop their ideas. The questions include a detailed teachers key for easy marking or for use when going over the questions with your students.
Could be utilized in either a Social Studies/History classroom when learning about the Holocaust or the Nuremberg Laws or as part of an English classroom in relation to a study of the Holocaust. (Ex. Night by Elie Wiesel)