8th grade GT Introduction
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Station 1: Jews in Prewar Germany
Visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum online learning site for students: www.ushmm.org/outreach/en/. Peruse the articles and information about “Jews in Prewar Germany.”
Station 2: Nazi Camp System
Visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum online learning site for students: www.ushmm.org/outreach/en/. Peruse the articles and information about “Nazi Camp Systems.”
1) Complete the Venn diagram below to compare and contrast concentration and extermination camps. Include at least three meaningful statements for each of the three sections of the diagram.
Station 3: Terezin Ghetto Artwork
Visit the World ORT online art collection: http://art.holocaust-education.net/explore.asp?langid=1& submenu=205&resultpage=1. Peruse the artwork and information about the “Terezin Ghetto.”
Station 5: Internment Camps
In Remember World War II: Kids Who Survived Tell Their Stories by Albright and Nicholson, read the story from Allan Hida (pages 46-50). Be sure to read the introduction to his account.(Get book from the book table.)
Station 6: Propaganda
Visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum online propaganda gallery: http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/gallery/. Peruse the gallery and select one piece of propaganda that intrigues you to answer the following questions.
Station 7: Path to War
In World War II by Willmott, Messenger, and Cross, skim and scan chapter 1: The Path to War (pages 10-34). (Book is on the book table.)
1) In the chart, explain how each of the factors listed contributed to the inception of World War II.
Station 8: War in the Pacific
As you view the video clip about the war in the Pacific, peruse World War II: The Events and Their Impact on Real People by Grant for more information about the role of Japan in World War II (pages 68-73). (Book is on the book table.) Answer questions.
Station 9: Hiroshima and the Atom Bomb
In Hiroshima: The Story of the First Atom Bomb by Lawton, skim and scan the book with special attention to “Making the Decision (pages 20-21). (Book is on the book table.)
Station 10: Survivors: True Stories of Children in the Holocaust
Watch the trailer for Suvivors and read the blog review about the book.
Station 11: Summer of My German Soldier
Station 12: Four Perfect Pebbles
Go to the website for Four Perfect Pebbles at http://www.fourperfectpebbles.com/ As you are looking through the different tabs make sure and listen to the song that was created after a song writer read the book.
Answer the questions.
Station 13: Anne Frank Remembered
Read the review for Anne Frank Remembered published in Kirkus Review: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/miep-with-alison-leslie-gold-gies/anne-frank-remembered-the-story-of-miep-gies-wh/
Station 16: Finding Hope in Japanese Internment Camps
Read Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki (picture book). (Book is on book table.)