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This bundle is a complete pack of resources which assists the teachers and the students to research various ways in which different people reacted to the Nazi regime and produce a report which fully investigates the chosen topic.
Aim of this research:
Teaching Holocaust history demands a high level of sensitivity and awareness of the complexity of the subject matter. It is hoped that this research project will provide your students with a clearer understanding of the Holocaust as a story for all of humanity and will encourage them to think critically about important issues and values not only within the historical context of the Holocaust, but also in contemporary society.
The structure of the research project:
This project is an ideal activity to be used at the end of the unit 'Exploring the Holocaust’ and it is structured in three parts. It is designed to be used over a number of weeks and it is flexible in that you can choose how much time to spend on each section.
In Part 1, Beginning to investigate, students identify the five topics they can choose from and they are given guidelines on how to write the report and to gather basic information about their topic.
In Part 2, Investigating–class time, students choose one aspect of the Holocaust, research from a web-site and make notes about key points, write up their findings, reflect on what they have read and written, and present their projects.
In Part 3, Celebrating success, students peer- and self-assess the projects, reflect on their learning and celebrate success.
At the end of this topic you can celebrate students’ success with one of these certificates.