NOTES TO TEACHERS

Watch the full 43-minute film before assigning these modules.

 

After watching the film, the 14 group lessons (14 modules) can be:

  • Used to stimulate class or group discussions

  • Assigned to one or more students to present to the class

  • Writing assignments for groups or individual students 

Purchase the film with our distributor or feel free to contact us to:

  • Obtain a complimentary 3-day screener or ask questions about acquiring the film.

  • Invite the filmmakers, first-hand witnesses or subject matter experts to speak to your class or community.

To get the most out of these modules, we suggest that educators first teach the historical context

of this period:

  • A lesson about European and American Geography.

  • Overview lessons about European and American History in the early 20th Century focusing on:

    • World War I 

    • The global economic collapse of 1929

    • The rise of fascism 

    • How these and other factors led to World War II

  • An overview lesson explaining the why, when, where, and how of the Holocaust.

» Content complies with US Social Studies (SSH), World Geography (WG), and Language Arts (LA) 

Standards of Learning. «

(USII.7b, WHII.11d, VUS.11e)