This amazing documentary is narrated by Helen Mirren and details the lives and experiences of those touched by the legacy of Anne Frank.
The first part of this critical thinking activity deals with the everyday life of Anne and her diary ‘Kitty’. It also draws on the historical context of the time, such as, Hitler’s rise to power.
This resource shows Anne as a ‘real girl’ experiencing the many of the same struggles teenagers face today. The parallel stories the title references not only talks about modern-day teens, but also four brave holocaust survivors describing their lives in WW2 Europe.
This resource is the companion to the Netflix series: ‘Witches: A Century of Murder’. It is the first episode of the series.
The documentary and resource discuss the start and spread of witchcraft in Britain in the 16th century.
These worksheets have:
A critical thinking question for discussion
short response questions
Fill in the blanks
A word search and glossary task
This resource is the companion to the Netflix documentary ‘Winter on fire’. It deals with the Maidan protests of 2014 when the Ukrainian government refused to honour it’s decision to join the EU under pressure from Russia.
Please note that this is part one of a three part lesson plan. The other two parts and teacher’s guides are available here.
It’s primary focus is the discussion of civil rights and how external pressures can either build up or destroy a nation,but, this documentary cleverly shows several key elements such as:
Resilience and the human desire to support each other in need.
Corruption in government.
How protesting can make a difference.
Thank you for your interest in this resource!
The Netflix Teacher