The Holocaust Webquest is in Spanish. Students are required to search the answers on the internet. They can work with a partner, a group or individually. Useful links have been provided as well as a key.
This Webquest can be used for Holocaust Remembrance Day. Proceeds from this product will be donated to the Holocaust Museum in Washing D.C.
As a culminating activity, I have the students watch "The boy in the striped pajamas." It's in English but it does have Spanish subtitles.
Afterwards, I have student draw hearts and write "Nunca más" (never again) as well as words of kindness in Spanish. The hearts are displayed through out the room. However, this year students wanted to decorate the door so that everyone passing the hallways can read the messages.
Web Quest is in a PDF format.
1.2 Interpretive Communication: Learners understand, interpret, and analyze
what is heard, read, or viewed on a variety of topics.
3.1 Making Connections: Learners build, reinforce, and expand their