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Light one candle : a child's diary of the Holocaust : study guide

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Light one candle : a child's diary of the Holocaust : study guide
Call No: EDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides

Call NumberEDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
Dates©2004
Statement of ResponsibilityFrieda Miller.
Creators & ContributorsMiller, Frieda (author)
Ruediger, Sarah (contributor)
Fox, Rome (editor)
Tomsky, Terri (editor)
Friedrichs, Jonathan (researcher)
Ermisch, Marie-Luise (researcher)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (contributor)
Ganor, Solly (subject)
Summary"This Study Guide presents excerpts from Solly Ganor's writings [from his memoir Light One Candle: A Survivor's Tale from Lithuania to Jerusalem] as a way for students to learn not only about the events of the Holocaust but to appreciate its human toll and emotional impact... For each chapter of Solly Ganor's story, the Study Guide offers discussion questions and suggestions for multi-disciplinary classroom activities." Page 5
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Solly Ganor : in his own words
  • Classroom suggestions
    • Solly Ganor
    • Jewish life in Kovno
    • Holocaust diaries
    • Chiune Sugihara
    • Nazi occupation
    • Nazi 'actions'
    • Kovno Ghetto
    • Dachau concentration camp
    • Liberation
  • George Kadish : a biography
  • Classroom suggestions : Kadish photographs
  • Student readings
    • Kovno & the Ghetto
    • Chiune Sugihara
    • 522nd Field Artillery Battalion
  • Glossary
  • Resources
Physical Description 47 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVancouver : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Notes
  • Study guide based on the exhibition Light One Candle: A Child's Diary of the Holocaust. The exhibition was curated by Eric Saul in cooperation with the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Yad Vashem Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority and YIVO New York
  • Design, Sarah Ruediger
URLhttp://vhec.org/images/pdfs/loc_guide.pdf, Access the freely available full text from the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre