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ERIC Number: ED481630
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 90
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The Holocaust and History.
Singer, Alan, Ed.
Social Science Docket, v3 n1 Win-Spr 2003
This theme based journal issue consists of articles and teaching ideas focusing on the Holocaust and history. This publication contains the following materials: (1) "Multiple Perspectives on the Holocaust?" (Alan Singer); (2) "Responses to 'Multiple Perspectives on the Holocaust'"; (3) "Escape to Cuba: Story of Laura Kahn, a Holocaust Survivor" (Jaimee Kahn); (4) "Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust" (U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum); (5) "Facing History and Ourselves"; (6) "Using 'Facing History and Ourselves' to Teach about the Holocaust" (Michelle Sarro); (7) "Choices for the 21st Century" (introduction Jay Kreutzberger); (8) "Teaching about the Holocaust Using Literature" (Tammy Manor); (9) "Book Review" (John Osborne); (10) "Anne Frank, Diary of a Young Girl" (Gayle Meinkes-Lumia); (11) "New Jersey Mandate to Teach about the Holocaust and Genocide" (Barbara Lorfink Hadzima); (12) "Using Literature to Teach Young Children about the Holocaust" (Judith Y. Singer); (13) "Other Genocides: Teaching Using Zlata's Diary" (Janet Santo-Gruner); (14) "Recommended Holocaust Web Sites" (Michael Sangirardi and Daniel Gross); (15) "'Infectious Greed' or the Working of Capitalism?" (Martin Eisenberg); (16) "Responses to 'Infectious Greed' or the Working of Capitalism?"; (17) "Has the North American Free Trade Agreement Been a Success?" (Jessica Berni; Dennis Mooney); (18) "Using Student Dialogues to Teach Social Studies" (Michael Pezone; Jennifer Palacio; Lauren Rosenberg); (19) "Black Harlem's Struggle for Decent Housing" (Adam Stevens); (20) "Elizabeth Jennings: New York City's Nineteenth Century Rosa Parks" (Alan Singer); (21) "Tips for Using Museums as Social Studies Resources" (Lynda Kennedy); (22) "Eighth-Grade Social Studies Exit Project: Creating a 'Tree of Liberty'" (Rachel Gaglione Thompson); and (23) "Oral History Interviews as a Gateway to Historical Understanding" (Jennifer Jackson Gkourlias). (BT)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Jersey Council for the Social Studies.; New York State Council for the Social Studies.
Identifiers - Location: New Jersey; New York (New York)