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Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition

Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
Teacher Guide: Americans and the Holocaust Online Exhibition
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By exploring the Americans and the Holocaust online exhibition, students will examine the motives, pressures, and fears that shaped American attitudes and responses to the threats of Nazism and the Holocaust during the 1930s and 1940s. Students will learn about actions taken at all levels of society—by the government, the media, other organizations, and individual citizens—and how opportunities for action changed over time.

This lesson promotes reflection and critical thinking about various factors that shaped attitudes and actions during that time and the factors that influence us today.

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6 pages
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