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Subjects

  • World History
  • Language Arts

Grades

  • 3-5
  • 6-8
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Brief Description

Students read biographies of children who survived the Holocaust and write letters telling how those stories affected them.

Objectives

Students will
  • read biographies.
  • write letters.

Keywords

Holocaust, biography, letter writing, Jews, Nazi

Materials Needed[shopmaterials]

Children of the Holocaust
http://www.graceproducts.com/fmnc/main.htm
These materials can be printed if students do not have computer access.

Lesson Plan

Ask students to explore the biographies of Children of the Holocaust. Have each student select one biography and write a letter to that child, telling how the biography affected him or her. Explain to students that they should include specific details about this period in history and about the child's story. Older students might include details about how they think their own lives have been affected by the events of the Holocaust and its aftermath.

Assessment

Students will be evaluated on how closely the contents of their letters correspond to the historical events described in the biographies.

Lesson Plan Source

Education World

Submitted By

Linda Starr

National Standards

Social Sciences:
NSS-WH.5-12.8

Language Arts:
NL-ENG.K-12.2
NL-ENG.K-12.6


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