02
Feb
2021
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Jewish Life in Germany: the Erna Goldmann Story

Jewish life was part of Germany and German culture in the 19th and beginning 20th century, but disappeared with the Nazi-Regime in 1933. Using the Erna Goldmann film, From Frankfurt to Tel Aviv, this lesson teaches students about the history of Jews in Germany, Jewish religious life, Zionism, and antisemitism with the goal of conveying the idea that students learn that Jewish life should be a part of Germany. In addition, this lesson explores the concept of "home" and "homeland."
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17
Dec
2020
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Schöneberg Walking Tour/Restrictions on Jewish Life in Nazi Germany

Using Google Earth, students take a virtual tour of Berlin's Schöneberg neighborhood to learn about the restrictions on Jewish life imposed by National Socialism beginning in 1933 that are commemorated on signs on residential streets in that neighborhood. Students then have a choice as to which writing assignment they want to complete to "report" on what they have learned (as a reporter, historian, or Jewish person who lived during that period).
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17
Dec
2020
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Centropa Biography Film/Stolpersteine Assignment

In this project, students work in pairs to read Centropa biographies, create a 5 minute video about the interviewee, and design a Stolpersteine (commemorative stone) for them.
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