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Enhanced Resources on the Echoes and Reflections Website

Now available on the Lesson Components page of the Echoes and Reflections website.

Featuring primary sources, clips of testimony, and more, Lesson Components offers educators convenient access to supportive content for each of the ten lessons in the Echoes and Reflections Teacher’s Resource Guide.

Deborah Batiste, Project Director for Echoes and Reflections at the Anti-Defamation League said, “The Partners are continually striving to further strengthen the digital resources for educators and students on our site. Continuing to expand the tools online makes them more accessible and increases the likelihood that they will be utilized in the classroom to enhance student learning.”

Closed Captioning is available for clips of testimony on the Echoes and Reflections website

Closed Captioning is available for clips of testimony on the Lesson Components page of the Echoes and Reflections website

Visit Echoes and Reflections Lesson Components to access closed captioning on all clips of testimony and digital access to Reflect and Respond for each lesson.

Use the step-by-step guidance below for more on how these new features work.

Closed Captioning

Ensure that students absorb the full meaning of testimony clips by activating closed captioning. Select a clip of testimony and move your cursor over the video player. The ‘Captions’ button appears in the top right corner of the screen. To activate, click on the white triangle and choose the “English” option.

Reflect and Respond supports students in delving deeper into topic areas

Use Reflect and Respond to enhance students’ understanding.

Reflect and Respond

Select a lesson by clicking the expand button (‘+’) to the left of the lesson title. Under ‘Additional Resources’ select ‘Reflect and Respond.’ Use the discussion questions and prompts to enhance students’ understanding and delve deeper into subject areas. View this example of Reflect and Respond from Lesson 1: Studying the Holocaust.