ERIC Number: ED381476
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Images of Germany, Past and Present: A Film Collection. Series I, Instructional Activities.
Goethe House, New York, NY.; Deutsche Welle Television, Washington, DC.
This set of lessons accompanies a series of 30-minute films for teaching about Germany. Available to educators throughout the United States upon request, the 17 films and accompanying instructional activities focus on culture, politics, economics, society, and sports and are appropriate for middle and high school students. Permission is granted to videotape the films off air and to reproduce unlimited copies of these lesson plans for classroom use. All the films and support materials are presented in English. The film title with a brief description of the content and accompanying lessons are found in the book. The film titles include: (1) A Few Good Conscientious Objectors; (2) Potsdamer Platz; (3) All for One and One for All; (4) It's All So Different: Coming Home to a Unified Germany; (5) The Katyn File: Mass Murder as a Propaganda Tool; (6) Testimony in Stone; (7) Always an Element of Fear: Jews in Germany Today; (8) The Reichstag: Notes on a Hallowed Hall; (9) CARE: Packages for Berlin; (10) Stone and Glass: Cologne Cathedral Works; (11) The Lausitz Legacy; (12) Caged: The Evolution of the Inner German Border Fence; (13) Making the New Out of the Old: Recycling is the Word; (14) From Sea to Painted Sea: The German Expressionist Emil Nolde; (15) White Gold: Porcelain from Meissen; (16) Carl Faberge: The Man with the Golden Hands; and (17) Memories of Kathe Kollwitz. (EH)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Goethe House, New York, NY.; Deutsche Welle Television, Washington, DC.
Identifiers - Location: Germany