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Rescuers: Those Who Risked Their Lives To Save Others

Grade Level:

7-12

Overview:

Many people in the Nazi occupied countries stood idly by as millions of people were rounded up and put to their deaths. However, some risked their lives to help the victims of Nazi persecution. Students will read and view photographs relating to several of these compelling stories and will be asked to write reflective essays based on their exploration.

Time Frame:

3 hours

Objectives:

  • Learn about those who risked their lives to save others.
  • Write a reflective essay based on what the students might have done had they lived in Nazi Occupied Europe.

Reproducible student sheet for this exercise


 
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