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✡ ELIE WIESEL
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This is a self-contained unit on textual analysis; everything you need is here. This unit focuses on the Nobel Peace Prize Lecture by Elie Wiesel: Hope, Despair and Memory. This work is listed as a text exemplar in the CCSS Appendix B.
ANALYZING THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE LECTURE BY ELIE WIESEL: Hope, Despair and Memory (entire speech)
Achieve positive results in creating analytical thinkers by nurturing your students’ abilities and giving them the necessary tools to develop critical reasoning skills. This can be achieved through close textual analysis of various non-fiction texts.
INCLUDED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE THE FOLLOWING:
✡ 25 analysis prompts – the questions are presented in two formats – one plain version and one with images and a space to record the answer
✡ 18 pages of teacher notes and answers to the questions
✡ 36 words to define
✡ A link to the Nobel Peace Prize Lecture, broken down into numbered paragraphs
✡ Essay questions and discussion topics
✡ Some information on Elie Wiesel
✡ Suggestions on how to read the text at different levels. For instance, using Bloom’s Taxonomy, the majority of questions ask for comprehension, understanding, and application. However, I have included questions of a much higher order: analysis, creation, judgment, and evaluation.
✡ All of the questions included here are text-based and require critical thinking, reading, and writing.
✡ Group questions and individual questions
✡ Sample student answers
✡ A TOTAL OF 31 PAGES OF STUDENT WRITING PROMPTS (these pages are in the main product file and as a separate PDF in zip file)
✡ Examples of student annotation (Interpretive Notetaking)
✡ Several images from Auschwitz, Holocaust Museums, and Holocaust Memorials
⚫ HOLOCAUST CRITICAL THINKING PROJECT PRIMO LEVI AN ANALYTICAL APPROACH
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This product focuses on the second chapter of Levi’s book called “The Gray Zone.” It is self-contained with a link to the chapter!!! No prep!!
I have taught several times over the past nine years, and I have found the book is one of the most thoughtful and harrowing I have ever read on the Holocaust. Not only does Levi offer a unique perspective as a survivor, he also is loath to pass judgment on his persecutors. The book offers anecdotal evidence from his time at Auschwitz but much more. His comments on the human condition are profound.
I have taught the entire book, but I also ask the bookstore to create a reading package for my students – it often includes several readings on the Holocaust. The cost is minimal to your students and the best option if you do not want to teach the entire book.
This assignment may be done online or during class time. It may be done alone or in groups. I have my students do this assignment in groups of 3 or 4 and have found this works well. They begin the assignment during class but complete it over a weekend and submit the answers before the next class. Before they begin this assignment, I do a review of Levi and the Holocaust.
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Included in this product are the following:
⚫ 17 analysis prompts
⚫One prompt requires peer editing
⚫17 words to define
⚫12 pages for students and 14 slides for students
⚫Information on Bloom’s Taxonomy
⚫Suggestions on how to read the text at different levels. For instance, using Bloom’s Taxonomy, the majority of questions ask for comprehension, understanding, and application. However, I have included questions of a much higher order: analysis, creation, judgment, and evaluation.
⚫Sample answers to all of the questions
⚫A link to a PDF of the chapter used in this assignment
⚫Instructions for students
⚫A link to my ANALYTICAL APPROACH ASSIGNMENT for students to use interactively through Classroom™ or other online programs.
⚫Information on Google Slides™ for teachers and students
⚫Instructions for students when using the interactive version
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