Below are general resources that can be used throughout your unit(s) on the Holocaust. There are texts, copies of state laws, and writing activities that can be used with multiple chapters from this website. I hope you will find them helpful.
The above-file is a graphic organizer which allows students to focus as they begin a research-based project.
The above-file contains six major ethical appeals for analysis of texts, events, and laws.
The above-file is a K-W-L chart to help students focus on what they know and what they want to know before studying a particular topic.
The above-file is a primary document on the NC sterilization laws for use as a resource for research.
The above-file is the text of the speech, "The Arrogance and Cruelty of Power," delivered by Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson, which introduced the court to the American prosecution's case against the defendants who faced indictment for war crimes related to their role in the German government and the Nazi party. The speech was the opening statement before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg on Nov. 21, 1945
The above-file is an activity using the poem, "The Hangman." It includes the poem and the lesson plan for the activity.
The above-file is a lesson plan that shows students the importance of building community.
The above-file contains several writing activities that can be used with many different topics.
The above-file is a lesson plan from the Florida Holocaust curriculum guide. This lesson can be used with middle and high school students.
The above-file is a lesson plan from the Florida Holocaust curriculum guide on the Final Solution. Tis lesson is recommended for high school students.
The links below will take you to the USHMM, NJ Holocaust curriculum, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights sites.
Click link to go to the UN site: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/
Click link to go to the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust curriculum for children in grades K-12. http://www.state.nj.us/education/holocaust/curriculum/
Click link to go to NJ Commission on Holocaust site for middle and high school resources: http://www.state.nj.us/education/holocaust/resources/
Click link to go to Library of Congress site on using primary sources: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/usingprimarysources/