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 about multiculturalism, war and peace, the Second World War, crimes against humanity, genocide and holocausts (e.g. the Jewish Holocaust), modern European history, moral and ethical issues, struggle for survival, etc.
Ovaj plan urađen je na CENTROPINOM seminaru u Sarajevu 13. 10. 2015. i rezultat je rada grupe 3 u kojoj su bili Marko Dimitrijević, Vesna Robnik, Senka Jankov, Predrag Nešović, Dragan Georgijevski, Elvira Bašić, Sanela Češko i Admir Ibričić.
Teachers use this activity for any project where students are asked to create a story on film or another visual presentation (Prezi, PowerPoint), including the Virtual Walking Tour project (students research the Jewish community in their town and create an online tour using Google Maps that others can take). The goal of this activity is to help students see how a story told in film is told through narrative, visuals and audio. Students watch a short Centropa personal story film three times, each time focusing on one aspect of the film-making.
An easy, step-by-step guide for teachers and students how to make videos on "The Jewish history of my town".A material prepared in cooperation with the Galicija Jewish Museum in Krakow, the Jewish Community of Komarno, and the Association of History Teachers in Hungary. With the generous support of the Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund and the International Visegrad Fund.
It is a Austro-Hungarian tradition for schools to take group photographs of graduating classes, and post them in shops around town and throughout the school for everyone to take pride in. If your school have tableaux or a yearbook of a class that graduated a few generations earlier, you may have a great project at hand. In this project, your students will choose one tableau to research by finding the people in the class, contacting and interviewing them, and making a film based on what they found. The focus of the questions is up to you.