NASTAVNIK: Timka Pašić-Alagić, profesor historije, Srednja elektrotehnička škola Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
NASTAVNI PREDMET: Odjeljenska zajednica/ Historija
NASTAVNA JEDINICA: Migracije
UZRAST UCENIKA: Učenici osnovnih i srednjih škola
NASTAVNI CAS: 45 min.
Teachers: Pecoler Lorieta, Eskenazi Milutinovic Marsela, Isailovic Vera, Sterjova Daniela, Saric Melika, Cirino Katiusca
Type of school: Primary public schools, Public High Schools
Subjects taught: History, Civic Education, Social Studies
Primary category: Sephardic Jewry in the Balkans
Grade level of students: Primary school - grade 9 (aged 14). High school – first to fourth year of studies (aged 15 to 18)
Total duration: One 45 minute lesson
The interactive film scripts combine the scripts of the Centropa Films with the links metioned in the Study Guides, thus marking various historical, cultural and geographical references.
You can use the film scripts in your class in order to understand the film better and help students to dig deeper in the (personal) stories by exploring history.
The film scripts are available in English and German and can be downloaded as PDF documents.
This lesson about "Europe without borders, or what color is your flag?" uses a personal narrative, a Centropa film set in today’s Romania, and an oral history interview with the film’s subject, Lazslo Nussbaum, to alert students to how varying perspectives and methodologies can affect the ways in which we can know about the past.