Brandi Bryant

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Brandi Bryant
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"The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference..." - Elie Wiesel
 
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This research project is a 3 phase, multi-faceted project that can be used in any curriculum pertaining to the Holocaust. It has been created to use in conjunction with the "Hidden Pages" interactive webquest available online through Unsilence.org.
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This is a short PowerPoint presentation on the story of Jan Karski, a courier for the Polish underground movement during the Holocaust. This presentation can be used as a stand alone lesson on an example of resistance, or as a supplement to a
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This lesson is meant to accompany Elie Wiesel's Night. This is a group project (but could be modified according to student/teacher needs) where students focus on a particular character throughout the memoir. Their job is to get to know this
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This worksheet can be used for any unit relating to the Holocaust. It can be used prior to the start of a novel pertaining to the Holocaust or a general study of the Holocaust. I have found it to be a great conversation starter with the class for
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This PowerPoint presentation focuses on different pieces of art from the Holocaust. I use this presentation as a supplement to my presentation/unit on the ghettos. It can also be used when talking about resistance and culture. This lesson focuses
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In addition to teaching our students about the atrocities of the Holocaust, we also have a responsibility to tell the human story of the Holocaust. When we teach the Holocaust, the focus tends to be on death instead of life. This lesson will give
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began my teaching career in 2008 predominately teaching English I in a suburban school in Cincinnati, Ohio. I found myself very drawn to teaching Elie Wiesel's Night, and have since found my niche in Holocaust Education. I have attended graduate classes, workshops, an advanced seminar through Echoes and Reflections in Jerusalem, Israel, and have been accepted into other advanced seminars for the upcoming summer. I currently teach the only stand-alone Holocaust Studies course at a public school in our area, a Contemporary Issues in Literature course, and Film Studies.

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HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

-Presenter at the Ohio Council Teachers of English state conference -Published author in The National Council of Teachers of English magazine, The English Journal (November 2017)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

-Bachelor's in Secondary Education - ELA from the University of Cincinnati. -M.Ed. in Reading K-12 from Xavier University -Graduate course through our local Holocaust center -10 day advanced Seminar at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, Israel

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