Grade: 9-12
Subject: The Holocuast
The Children of the Holocaust, using the United States Holocaust Museum website.
Who were the children of the children, Where did the children go during the Holocaust and What happened to the children of the Holocaust.
Killing centers
Medical Experiments
Judenrat and Jewish Concocil
Warsaw ghetto
“Euthanasia” program
Displaced Persons Camps
Le Chambon-sur-Lignon

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1.To find out who the child they are given. What nationality were they how old were they when the holocaust began?
2.Where did this child go? Find if they were sent to a work camp or ghetto.
3.What Happened to the child. Did the child u are survive if they did where they go after if they didn't where and when did they pass way?
Teacher Objectives-
Give each student a child of the holocaust read about there journey through the holocaust at the end hide out who survived and who didn't. I want them to connect to the child they are given
The Untied states holocaust Muesem Website.
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1.The Children of the Holocaust.Out of the 1.5 million were you one or were you the few survivors.

2. Lesson Progression-

1.Have each student go who they were. Have them put together a power point or project on who there child was from from the Personal history page form the website make sure to leave out if they survived or not till the end

3. Guided Practice-

1.Make them connect with these children.
2.Check their research on their child using the United states holocaust museum.

4. Student Practice-

1.The project on there Child of the holocaust the who,what and where.
2.Have them look up the vocab words dealing with the holocaust

5. Learner Accommodations-


6. Assessment-

1.Have them make a project to show the class about who the child they were given was.
2.Have them define the vocab list making sure it's defined from how it was used in the Holocaust.
3.At the end of the Projects finally let everyone know who survived and who didn't. Have them thinking what ages survived better? Who had a better survivor rate compared to other groups. Where did the ones who survived go? Who was left a Orphan.

7. Lesson Closure-

1.Find out how the feel about what happened to the children they were.
2.Have they discuss how hate and genocide affects children.
Measuring Student Progress-
1.Making sure the understand the vocab.
2.Seeing them connect to the child they are researching using the Holocaust museum website.
The kids seem to connect more with the children who were closer to their age. The got the point that the Holocaust didn't care if you were young. They also saw at a young age kids found the will to survive. Some learned to survive after the lost of their whole family. With this exercise they didn't just look at the holocaust happened ears ago. The connected with it making them become a child. It was a powerful lesson.

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