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Chapter 7

"The First 'Action'"

RATIONALE:

"In this lesson students will learn about what it was like to live in a state of constant fear of death or imprisonment due to the Nazi Occupation. Through personal accounts students will attempt an understanding of what people endured and what effect it had on them both mentally and physically in their attempts to hide"

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE(S):

The student will be able to:

- Through the use of small groups, primary sources in both film and written mediums, and class wide discussion, reflect upon how people cope in the situations with a real possibility of death or imprisonment.

- Attempt to comprehend in what ways the use of mass terror had such a profound impact on Alicia and the other personal accounts that will be used in class.


CHAPTER 7 LESSON PLAN