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Canada and the Holocaust : social responsibility and global citizenship : a resource guide for social studies 11 teachers

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Canada and the Holocaust : social responsibility and global citizenship : a resource guide for social studies 11 teachers
Call No: EDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides

Call NumberEDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
Dates©2000
Statement of ResponsibilityMinistry of Education, Province of British Columbia ; co-published by the Canadian Jewish Congress and the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre.
Creators & ContributorsBerger, Marilyn (contributor)
Dlin, Elliott (contributor)
Dore, Sandy (contributor)
Ellison, David (contributor)
Kadin, Nicole (contributor)
Krangle, Barry (contributor)
Lit, Thekla (contributor)
Menkis, Richard (contributor)
Miller, Frieda (contributor)
Moses, Phil (contributor)
Tong, Joseph (contributor)
Weintraub, Sari (contributor)
Canadian Jewish Congress (contributor)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (contributor)
British Columbia. Ministry of Education (creator)
Summary"Canada and the Holocaust: Social Responsibility and Global Citizenship is a resource guide for Social Studies 11 teachers. The learning outcomes identified in the section, 'Curriculum Connections,' are part of the mandated curriculum contained in the Social Studies 11 Integrated Resource Package (IRP). Designed to provide support for approximately seven hours of classroom instruction... This resource focuses on the impact of Canada's immigration policies, which directly affected Jews during the Holocaust. The lessons are divided into a three-part examination of the prewar period, the period during the war, and postwar immigration policies. These three sections are document-based, using primary documents, newspaper clippings, letters, diary entries, and speeches." Page 7
Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Why teach about the Holocaust?
  • Guidelines for teaching about the Holocaust
  • Unit overview
  • Curriculum connections
  • Lesson plans
    • Lesson one : Social responsibility and global citizenship
    • Lesson two : Canada's paper walls
    • Lesson three : Canada's closed doors
    • Lesson four : None is too many
    • Lesson five : Critical reflection and summary
    • Extension activities
  • Appendix : teacher resources and handouts
    • Lesson one
      • Handout #1 : Social responsibility - opinion survey
      • Handout #2 : Social responsibility - assessment matrix
    • Lesson two
      • Teacher resource #1 : Canada's immigration policies - background
      • Handout #3 : Canada's immigration policies - background
      • Handout #4 : Canada's Immigration Act - case study materials
    • Lesson three
      • Handout #5 : The Evian Conference - background
      • Handout #6 : The Evian Conference - case study materials
      • Handout #7 : The S.S. St. Louis - background
      • Handout #8 : The S.S. St. Louis - case study materials
      • Handout #9 : Jewish children in Vichy, France - background
      • Handout #10 : Jewish children in Vichy, France - case study materials
    • Lesson four
      • Handout #11 : None is too many - background
      • Handout #12 : None is too many - case study materials
      • Handout #13 : Canadian immigration timeline
    • Lesson five
      • Handout #14 : Critical reflections : assessment chart
  • Additional resources
    • Teacher resource #2 : Timeline of the Holocaust
    • Teacher resource #3 : Glossary
    • Teacher resource #4 : Further resources
    • Websites
Physical Description 91 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVictoria : British Columbia Ministry of Education
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references
  • Also published in French under the title: Le Canada et l'Holocauste : responsabilité sociale et civisme international : document d'appui à l'intention des enseignants de sciences humaines 11
AudienceGrade 11