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A range of resources grounded in primary sources and historical evidence. These have taken a long time to compile, so I hope you enjoy them!

A range of resources grounded in primary sources and historical evidence. These have taken a long time to compile, so I hope you enjoy them!
American Slavery: Primary Sources
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American Slavery: Primary Sources

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This is a primary source booklet which accompanies a series of 11 lessons on slavery in the United States. There are ten edited primary sources which are between 1-2 pages each. Each source looks at a different aspect of the slave trade: Africa before European contact Capture into slavery The Middle Passage Slave auctions White defences of slavery Life on a southern plantation The experience of female slaves Slave resistance Slave escapes The abolition of slavery in the USA
How should we remember the Holocaust? (Scheme of learning)
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How should we remember the Holocaust? (Scheme of learning)

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This scheme of learning has been developed as part of the UCL Beacon School programme in Holocaust education during this academic year. This scheme of learning comprises of sixteen lessons around the enquiry question: “How should we remember the Holocaust?” Intro: the story of Johann Trollman Medieval anti-Judaism Who were the six million: pre-war Jewish life Who were the Nazis? How did the Nazis rule Germany? How did life change for German Jews? What were ghettos, and why were they created? What was the “Holocaust by bullets?” What was the ‘Final Solution?’ (Part 1) What was the Final Solution? (Part 2) Did the persecuted fight back? Who was responsible for the Holocaust? How did the British government respond to the Holocaust? What was it like to survive the Holocaust? Was there justice for the Holocaust? How should we remember the Holocaust? This scheme of learning is fully planned and resourced. **However, for some lessons, a copy of the UCL KS3 textbook “‘Understanding the Holocaust: How and Why Did It Happen?’” will be needed. A set of these books can be requested for free on the UCL site: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/oct/30000-myth-busting-holocaust-textbooks-written-ioe-academics-sent-free-1000-schools ** The first lesson is available for free on the profile page.
Jewish life in Europe pre-Holocaust
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Jewish life in Europe pre-Holocaust

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This lesson was developed as part of the UCL Beacon School Programme in Holocaust education, 2022. In this lesson, students investigate what life was like for Jews in Europe before the start of World War II. For one of the activities in this lesson, you will need a copy of the UCL textbook ‘Understanding the Holocaust: How and Why Did It Happen?’ . These books can be requested for free on the UCL site: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2020/oct/30000-myth-busting-holocaust-textbooks-written-ioe-academics-sent-free-1000-schools
The Holocaust: Medieval Origins
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The Holocaust: Medieval Origins

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This lesson was developed in partnership with the UCL Beacon School programme in Holocaust Education, 2022. This lesson looks at the 1190 York Pogrom as part of a scheme of learning about the Holocaust. This lesson aims to get students to draw links and comparisons between other forms of anti-Semitism and anti-Judaism from different time periods from history.
Johann Trollman Holocaust Lesson
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Johann Trollman Holocaust Lesson

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Lesson 1 of a scheme of learning entitled ‘How should we remember the Holocaust?’ I have developed as part of the Beacon School project with University College London. Within this lesson, students look at the story of Sinti boxer Johann Trollman.