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Matilda Kalef - Three Promises

History
1. This particular lesson is suitable for teaching about the Holocaust, since students will have the opportunity to learn that the Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder...
10, 11, 12, 8, 9

Me and the Society

Civic activism, History, Literature
“Me and the Society” is a lesson plan for students at the Primary School in order to develop understanding of the notion of being active in the community. They discuss...
1 - 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Three Promises: Personal Stories as Historical Material

History

This lesson plan uses group work, creative writing, and multimedia to teach subjects including History, Literature, Civics, Social and Political Education, Philosophy, Language etc. It is also useful in discussions...

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My Spanish Bosnian Life The Montiljo Family of Sarajevo

History

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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...

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Ladino, language of the Sephardic Jews

Literature

LADINO, LANGUAGE OF THE SEFARDIC JEWS

Grade of class: middle and junior high
Course lesson taught in: transversal during Spanish language and English language lessons
Category of lesson...

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History of Holocaust Final Exam Project

History

This final exam project culminates a semester of study and storytelling about Jewish life in Central Europe and the Holocaust that started with students presenting their own stories in picture...

10

Postcards to Sarajevo

History

We began this lesson by watching Centropa’s film, Survival in Sarajevo, and walking through the traveling exhibition of the same name, which we brought to our school. Each...

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"Three Promises" - Lesson Plan

History

Aims:

-       Identifying causal relations between characters and events

-       Helping the students develop critical thinking skills through the analysis of historical sources (a film)

-       Raising students’ consciousness...

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Why Study History?

History
The goal of this lesson is to introduce students to the major reasons for studying History (any History course will be appropriate with this lesson). Having said that...
10, 11, 12, 8, 9

Lesson plan on the Centropa film "Max Uri - Looking for Frieda"

History

Using the Centropa film "Max Uri -Looking for Frieda", which is a touching love story, together with Emily Dickinson's poem "I Held a Jewel", you can expose your students to...

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European Jewry and the Holocaust

History
In this honors class, students play a major role in teaching their peers about the Holocaust. After the teacher covers the period from the rise of modern anti-Semitism to the...
11

A place to call home

History

Using nine Centropa films and one feature length documentary about the Jewish sports club of Vienna, as well as conducting personal interviews, students will examine factors affecting immigration in their...

10

Survival in Sarajevo - Interviewing a Picture

History
"A picture is worth a thousand words"
 
In this lesson, students look carefully pictures from the Sarajevo exhibition / film; they read the captions and reflect about what they...
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Maps, Central Europe and History: Changing borders

History

A lesson plan on changing borders in 19th and 20th century European history

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Survival in Sarajevo: cross-cultural tolerance

History

Using "Survival in Sarajevo" to discuss cross-cultural tolerance. Developed and tested in a school in Nahariya, Israel.

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Survival in Sarajevo: Cooperation and Conflict

History

Survival in Sarajevo: Cooperation and Conflict: The History of Southeast Europe, Yugoslavia and the Arab-Israeli Conflict.

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Rosa Rosenstein: Exploring My Past: An Autobiographical Project

History
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Guler Orgun: Lesson Plan for English and History Teachers

History
University

Laszlo Nussbaum: Europe without borders

History

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...

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Using the Lion and the Galpert film

History
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Dagmar Lieblova: Czech 20th century history

History

Piroska Hamos: Lesson Plan on Post-War Jewish Life in Hungary

History

The goal of this lesson plan on "Post-War Jewish Life in Hungary" is to explore Jewish life in Hungary before WWII. Life in Hungary for Jews during period of the...

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Piroska Hamos: Foundations of Halacha and Aggada

History

In this lesson about the "Foundations of Halacha and Aggada", Students will engage in a unit exploring various definitions of Jewish community. They will study both classical (Biblical and Rabbinic)...

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Ernst Galpert: Foundations of Halacha and Aggada

History

In this lesson about "The Foundations of Halacha and Aggada", students will engage in a unit exploring various definitions of Jewish community. They will study both classical (Biblical and...

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Arnold Fabrikant: Eastern Europe, Jews & Thinking Outside Stereotypes

History

Many students leave a Modern European Jewish History class with the following assumptions: Western European Jews were enlightened and gave birth to modern Judaism and haskalah while Eastern European Jews...

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Arnold Fabrikant: Lesson plan for English teachers

History
University

Using the Detinko film with Amos Oz

History

This lesson plan describes how an Israeli school used Centropa´s Detinko film with Amos Oz's book "A tale of love and darkness". Both depict Jewish pre-war life in Rovno.

Haya-Lea Detinko: Lesson plan for ESL teachers

History
University

Kurt Brodmann: "Viennese Jewry In The 1930s"

History

In this lesson about "Viennese Jewry in the 1930’s", students will learn about early Zionism and Jewish life in Austria in the first part of the 20th Century.  Students...

Kurt Brodmann: Discussion points

History
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