Remembering the Holocaust

September 1st, 2016 by ClickSchooling Leave a reply »

 

It’s Thursday, September 1, 2016, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

(www.ushmm.org/learn)

Age Range: 13-18 (Grades 8-12, with parental supervision)

 

Note: Due to the disturbing nature of the topic, it is highly recommended that parents preview the material prior to allowing their students to visit this website.

September 1, 1939 marked the beginning of World War II and the unimaginable atrocities that were inflected on the Jewish nation. At today’s link from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website, students can learn about the Holocaust through historical images, videos, and texts.

Use the side bar menu to navigate through the materials by selecting: 

  • Introduction to the Holocaust – View the 38-minute video “The Path to Nazi Genocide” and the online transcript of the program, examine articles, documents, film footage, survivor testimony, maps, music, and personal stories, explore the timeline of major events, discover the Nazi propaganda and its power along with accompanying lesson plans and more.
  • Information for Students – Explore specific related topics to study broken into time frames of 1933-1938, 1939-1945, and after 1945, use the online activities and learning materials and resources to do more research, examine maps and photos, and dig deeper into the Holocaust.
  • Timeline of Events – Delve into the people and events of WWII and the Holocaust with this timeline filled with pictures, videos, and texts.
  • Holocaust Encyclopedia – Search for specific information and in-depth articles.
  • Holocaust and Related Maps – Discover the geography of the Holocaust and WWII with maps and animated maps, case studies, Holocaust Layer in Google Earth.

This is a very in-depth website so you will want to bookmark it to return while working through your studies.

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