Michele Luck's Social Studies

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Practice primary source analysis as you introduce the Propaganda of the Holocaust. This versatile activity allows students to analyze propaganda from Nazi Germany before and during the Holocaust. Includes images, text, and more with clear
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Holocaust Study Package Teaching about the German Holocaust before and during WWII can help students to identify and better understand how hatred, discrimination, and propaganda can influence entire populations to participate in atrocities. Use
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This 4-page activity allows students to bring the events of the Holocaust into modern times for analysis and comparison to modern day hate-group activities and genocides. Includes links for reliable content information and a mapping activity as
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Studying the German Holocaust in preparation for a reading lesson? Looking to introduce the key events of the Holocaust in a Social Studies class? Want a single resource that can be used to address the major developments of the
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This activity challenges students to investigate and categorize 15 different people significant in the Holocaust. Students will work in pairs or small groups to identify the people, their backgrounds, and their impact on the Holocaust. They
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Want to introduce the Holocaust in your class? Looking for a complete overview to cover the Holocaust as a supplementary lesson? This is an overview of the History of the Holocaust for introduction to the unit or as a complete touch on the event
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This reading guide was created to work students through the reading of Night. Considering the emotional appeal of the book, students are given prompts which allow them to relate to the experiences discussed in the book. Review questions are
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Investigate the vocabulary of the Holocaust by allowing students to define and better understand the terms through evaluation and imagery. Teams will have 45 terms to define, illustrate and share among their class. Student handouts and a teacher
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Are you looking for an engaging lesson on the propaganda of the Nazi Party leading to the German Holocaust? This versatile activity allows students to analyze propaganda from Nazi Germany before and during the Holocaust in a 1:1 Google Drive
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Night by Elie Wiesel Reading Journal and Task Card Activity Set Examine Night by Elie Wiesel with this interactive unit set. Read for content, respond to writing prompts for student engagement, and review key features with various task card sets
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Teaching about the German Holocaust during WWII? Want to provide writing prompts to encourage self-reflection on the German Holocaust? This versatile activity allows students to respond to and reflect on readings, websites, images, or activities
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Investigate the German Holocaust Ties to Today with an engaging investigative activity. Allow students to investigate modern hate groups and current genocides to help them identify common characteristics to those of the German Holocaust in this 1:1
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Holocaust Who Am I? Writing Prompts Are you looking for a way to increase student engagement as you study the German Holocaust before and during WWII? This 9-page activity set includes reflective prompts for the study of the German Holocaust.
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Over the last 15 years, I have taught all Social Studies areas and in a few ELA classrooms. My experience ranges from teaching grades 6 through 12, and I have had all levels of classes, including Special Education collaboration and gifted and talented. I have also taught on an advanced curriculum team, AP courses, and honors/advanced classes at the middle and high school level.


Multiple-Intelligences with many interactive and group-based activities. I also love using centers, even at the high school level! It works!


National Holocaust Memorial Museum Teacher Facing History and Ourselves Teacher Disney Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist KY Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist Who's Who Among American High School Teachers


Bachelors of Arts in History and Secondary Education with a major in History and a minor in Psychology, Sociology, and Women's Studies Masters of Arts in Secondary Social Studies Education, Curriculum and Instruction Numerous trainings and classes in areas of focus for my Social Studies classroom


I love teaching! And now that I am an established classroom teacher, I love sharing my knowledge and skills with new teachers. My book and blog, A Lesson Plan for Teachers, aims at helping new teachers settle into the classroom with ease and also helps them to overcome the obstacles that most new teachers face as they begin in our sometimes challenging profession!

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