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McClain, Jesse

The Angel of Theresienstadt

Through this activity, students will learn to analyze primary source materials such as pictures, letters, and diaries, and synthesize that information with material presented in the classroom to produce an original story.
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The Interview: Oral History-First Person Accounts: What to Ask and How to Ask

Students will conduct and script an interview of a veteran of the Korean War and submit a finished product (video and script of questions and answers) for evaluation.
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Nuremberg Trials

This lesson was designed to provide the students who learn in the visual mode a means to successfully interpret and experience the Nuremberg Trials on a unique nonstandard plane and to express their thoughts through writing.
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UN Declaration Of Human Rights

This lesson was designed to provide the students with the exact articles found in the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the opportunity to analyze each article.
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A Family Perspective: Letters from Harry to Bess Truman

After an examination and reading of letters from President Harry S. Truman to his wife, Bess, students will be able to come to a consensus as to the true feelings President Harry S. Truman had regarding specific Cold War events such as the Marshall Plan.
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World War One in Songs and Pictures

After viewing the MovieMaker presentation titled, "WWI Cemeteries" students will listen to "Will Ye Go to Flanders" by Jane Tabor and complete Song Analysis with teacher.
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Recognition of Israel

After viewing the PowerPoint titled Israel and the American Cyrus which deals with the influences on President Truman's decision to recognize Israel and the birth of Israel as a nation, students will write to prompts.
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