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The Holocaust : social responsibility and global citizenship : a resource guide for social studies 6 teachers

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The Holocaust : social responsibility and global citizenship : a resource guide for social studies 6 teachers
Call No: EDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides

Call NumberEDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
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"The Holocaust: Social Responsibility and Global Citizenship is a resource guide for Social Studies 6 teachers. The learning outcomes identified in the section, 'Curriculum Connections,' are part of the mandated curriculum contained in the Social Studies K–7 Integrated Resource Package (IRP). Designed to provide support for approximately eight hours of classroom instruction... This resource is designed to help students gain an understanding of social responsibility and global citizenship through study of the Holocaust. Students are encouraged to recognize that their actions have an impact on people and the community around them."
—Pages 9–10
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Why teach about the Holocaust?
  • Guidelines for teaching about the Holocaust
  • Curriculum connections
  • Lesson plans
    • Lesson one: Social responsibility and stereotyping
    • Lesson two: Daniel's Story
    • Lesson three: Mapping history
    • Lesson four: Case studies
    • Lesson five: Critical reflections
    • Extension activities
  • Appendix: Teacher resources and handouts
    • Lesson one
      • Teacher resource #1: Nazi photo of students
      • Teacher resource #2: Reflective journal assessment
      • Handout #1: Making a difference
      • Handout #2: Understanding prejudice
      • Handout #3: Understanding prejudice—assessment
      • Handout #4: What made me think
    • Lesson two
      • Teacher resource #3: Daniel's Story—video log
      • Teacher resource #4: The Holocaust—an historical summary
      • Handout #5: Daniel's Story and children's rights
    • Lesson three
      • Handout #6: Timeline of the Holocaust
      • Handout #7: Glossary
    • Lesson four
      • Teacher resource #5: Introducing first-person accounts of the Holocaust
      • Handout #8: Human rights—first-person accounts of the Holocaust
      • Handout #9: Resistance—first-person accounts of the Holocaust
      • Handout #10: Choices—first-person accounts of the Holocaust
    • Lesson five
      • Handout #11: Reflections
  • Additional resources
  • Websites
Physical Description 77 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherVictoria : British Columbia Ministry of Education
  • Includes bibliographical references
  • Resource was originally packaged with Daniel's Story videorecording
  • Also published in French under the title: L'Holocauste : responsabilité sociale et civisme international : ressource pédagogique à l'intention des enseignants de sciences humaines 6
AudienceGrade 6
Location in CollectionEducational Materials