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Teaching about the Holocaust can be challenging. The following videos are helpful guides and refreshers to prepare for classroom instruction. Each video is roughly 15-minutes long and provides historical context, methodological and pedagogical suggestions, and questions for discussion.

ANTISEMITISM
Antisemitism existed long before Hitler’s rise to power: Jews had been victims of widespread hatred and suspicion for centuries before. This video explains the historical context of racial antisemitic ideology and provides a framework to enable you to teach this subject.

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ANTISEMITISM
Antisemitism existed long before Hitler’s rise to power: Jews had been victims of widespread hatred and suspicion for centuries before. This video explains the historical context of racial antisemitic ideology and provides a framework to enable you to teach this subject.




THE GHETTOS
This video examines the ghettos established throughout Nazi Europe, specifically the Lodz ghetto. It provides primary sources to highlight individual experiences during this period, and helps you reinforce the Jews' struggle to maintain their human dignity despite overcrowding, starvation, disease, and grief.

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THE GHETTOS
This video examines the ghettos established throughout Nazi Europe, specifically the Lodz ghetto. It provides primary sources to highlight individual experiences during this period, and helps you reinforce the Jews' struggle to maintain their human dignity despite overcrowding, starvation, disease, and grief.




THE "FINAL SOLUTION"
This video examines the complexities of teaching about the “Final Solution,” the systematic mass murder of six million European Jews. The video focuses on survivors’ stories to help you present the subject through a human lens instead of relying on dry statistics, and promotes empathy to enable you to explore the struggle for life in the shadow of death.

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THE "FINAL SOLUTION"
THE "FINAL SOLUTION"
This video examines the complexities of teaching about the “Final Solution,” the systematic mass murder of six million European Jews. The video focuses on survivors’ stories to help you present the subject through a human lens instead of relying on dry statistics, and promotes empathy to enable you to explore the struggle for life in the shadow of death.




RESISTANCE
A common question when studying about the Holocaust is, “Why didn’t the Jews resist?” But they did. This video introduces different forms and types of Jewish resistance, spiritual and armed, to enable you to present them to students with substance and clarity.

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RESISTANCE
A common question when studying about the Holocaust is, “Why didn’t the Jews resist?” But they did. This video introduces different forms and types of Jewish resistance, spiritual and armed, to enable you to present them to students with substance and clarity.




TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST IN TODAY'S WORLD
This video introduces effective approaches to help guide you in making instructional decisions, in order to increase students’ knowledge of the history of the Holocaust, and their understanding of its ongoing relevance to their lives and current society.

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TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST IN TODAY'S WORLD
TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST IN TODAY'S WORLD
This video introduces effective approaches to help guide you in making instructional decisions, in order to increase students’ knowledge of the history of the Holocaust, and their understanding of its ongoing relevance to their lives and current society.




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