This is a handout which includes all Diary of Anne Frank play journal prompts for the Journal assignment and writing activities used in the Holocaust/Anne Frank unit. It is 5 pages long, and includes an assignment summary.
This Powerpoint closes up after The Diary of Anne Frank play closes, and after Anne Frank's diary ends. This helps answer student questions as to what became of those who were in hiding at the Annexe. It answers the question, What became of the
This Word document was used by me, as I printed out and posted each page around the room. After I have taught the 7 propaganda devices with the Introductory Powerpoint I have posted, students go around in groups and match the propaganda the Nazi
This is in Powerpoint form, but I printed it out and posted each page around the room. Students then walked around the room, answering questions or taking notes on a sheet of paper about each mythological figure, whether it be Greek/Roman, or Norse.
We all know how long it takes to write a Multiple Choice Final Test--this one covers The Diary of Anne Frank play, including Vocab and other Holocaust questions. It is 60 questions, 8 pages long. Although your unit may not be identical to the one
This is a Powerpoint presentation I used to introduce students to propaganda, its devices, and how to deal with propaganda. This lesson is essential in understanding how Hitler manipulated the masses; this lesson was perfect for my Holocaust unit.
This Powerpoint Presentation was a teacher-led introduction to Folklore in which students took notes. It provides a basic introduction to the types of folklore (myth, legend, folk tale, etc) and took a while to create. The students liked the layout
This handout takes a whole day (day one of Holocaust Unit). Print front and back, have students fill out at least 7 each for the K and W parts, then have them read the back and fill out 10 things they have (L) learned from the Handout. The teacher
This assignment takes up a whole class day, and provides great closure to the Anne Frank play or diary. Students are given blank sheets of paper on which they draw a headstone, write RIP, then write a few lines on a character they wish to honor.
This is a great activity for students to take the role of a person who lived during WW2, and write in their perspective on the Berlin Olympics. Show a video from youtube or the USHMM first, introducing students to the Berlin Olympics. After they
I used this survey in a survey/ debate activity on Human Nature after studying the Holocaust, although it may be used in any Social Studies, English class. First, I had students anonymously fill out the survey, then I labeled sides of the room as
This is a handout used to help students understand the nature of tall tales, and compare and contrast a few famous tall tale heroes (Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, etc). It was a successful handout, available free. The accompanying text I used is
This is a short Pretest to gauge how much students already know about folklore, and how much folklore they have already been exposed to. It is a great Day One of Folklore Unit activity, and encourages discussion and excitement about the unit. It is
This is a handout used to help students as they embark on Genocide Group Presentations; can be used in a Freedom Unit, Holocaust Unit, as part of an English or Social Studies class. Students are broken into groups and are given a genocide to
This is a handout in which students read about Irene Sendler, a hero from the Holocaust, and then answer questions about what they read. This handout works well in conjunction with the Oskar Schindler handout. These handouts are excellent for any
This handout contains a reading about Oskar Schindler, Holocaust Hero, and contains a mixture of multiple choice and short answer questions about him. This handout works well with the Irene Sendler handout. Works with any Social Studies or English
This handout is on Kristallnacht, an event during the Holocaust. It is meant to provide an introduction, as well as lead into a reading of a poem contained in the handout. Students will answer questions from the teacher after reading, then discuss