The Zookeeper's Wife is the poignant story of a couple, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who hid 300 Jews in their zoo during the Holocaust. The film can serve as an excellent springboard into diving deeper into the Holocaust. Plus, it has valuable themes and character building lessons, such as courage and doing the right thing. Here is a movie study designed for high school students.
There are 8 pages included in this study.
-About the Movie
-Discussion Questions for The Zookeeper's Wife
-Jan and Antonina: The True Story
-Janusz Korczak and More Polish Heroes During the Holocaust
-The Warsaw Ghetto
-Traits of the Zabinski's (lessons from The Zookeeper's Wife)
-Courage from the Bible (With a biblical theme. This page can be omitted for a secular study.)