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A Wallenberg-lecke = The Wallenberg lesson

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A Wallenberg-lecke = The Wallenberg lesson
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Call NumberVideos W
Dates2012; ©2012
Statement of Responsibilitylesson developed by Zachor Foundation for Social Remembrance ; cooperating partner, USC Shoah Foundation for Visual History and Education ; supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary ; authors of Hungarian-language educational material, Oláh Lajos, Szőnyi Andrea ; authors of English-language educational material, György Mészáros, Andrea Szőnyi.
Summary"2012 is the centenary of the birth of Raoul Wallenberg. For this occasion [The USC Shoah Foundation] developed rich and useful educational material for teachers using a personal approach and incorporating visual history testimony about Wallenberg, heroism, and the Holocaust. The module reflects a pedagogical philosophy based upon the belief that knowledge is constructed in the classroom together with the students. So their everyday experience of life, media contents, and popular culture is a significant part of the educational process constituted by a cooperative approach. This pedagogical philosophy understands that value construction, ethical questions, and social competencies are just as important as other educational knowledge and skills." —USC Shoah Foundation
Contents
  • Disc 1. A Wallenberg-lecke = The Wallenberg lesson (24 min.) -- Teaching materials available in the "Dokumentumok" folder of DVD
  • Disc 2. Life at risk (8 min.) -- Before the persecution (2 min.) -- Raoul Wallenberg: the rescuer and hero (13 min.) -- Raoul Wallenberg: the brother and the young man (12 min.) -- Teaching materials available in the "Documents" folder of DVD
Physical Description 2 videodiscs (approximately 60 min.) : sound, colour with black & white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Carrier Typevideodisc (DVD)
LanguageHungarian, Optional subtitles in English.
Publisher[Budapest] : Zachor Alapítvány
Notes
  • http://sfi.usc.edu/lessons/raoul-wallenberg;
  • Main feature include clips from the USC Shoah Foundation testimonies of György Somlyó (2000), Magda Kellner (1999), Éva Wimmer (1999)
AudienceUSC Shoah Foundation recommendation: Grades 9–12