Presentation on theme: "The destiny of people under nazi regime A lesson for the 8 th grade students. The authors of the lesson plan: Ausra Krasuckiene Giedre Krivickiene Radviliskis."— Presentation transcript:
The destiny of people under nazi regime A lesson for the 8 th grade students. The authors of the lesson plan: Ausra Krasuckiene Giedre Krivickiene Radviliskis Vaizgantas Progymnasium
Possible integration to: Ethics History Civic education Foreign languages
The aim To help students to perceive the consequence of the totalitarian regimes to the humanity.
Objectives Students: Will get knowledge about the period of the totalitarian regime, its effect on the humanity; Will learn how and when to use historical terms: totalitarian regime, ghetto, David’s star, concentration camp, mass murder, pogrom
Methods activities with different sources; work with interactive board; situation analysis; group work; pair work; discussions;
Gained Competences Will be able to explain and use historical terms: totalitarian regime, ghetto, David’s star, concentration camp, mass murder, pogrom; Will know and understand about what human rights according to present international law were violated regarding Jews; Will get acquaintant to The Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Will know how during the rule of totalitarian regime were made the crimes against humanity;
Means and sources The Auschwitz poems. Edited by Adam A. Zych. 2011 Punishment in Auschwitz. Irena Strelecka. 2010 Žmogaus teisės: Tarptautinių dokumentų rinkinys. V., 1991 www.komisija.lt www. auschwitz.org/h/ www3.lrs.lt Video, pictures
Activities Reading and analysis of a poem; Announcing the topic and the aims of the lesson A task for group work- to write the main human rights. A task for group work- to analyse The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to discuss it, to answer given questions, to formulate and announce the conclusions. A task for pair work- to analyse pictures. To explain how totalitarian regime commited crimes to humanity. Tasks on “Smart” board to revise and consolidate the knowledge. Generalization Reflection
The Morning It’s going to be a hard day with the trip to Auschwitz; maybe, I won’t be hungry again after breakfast. Montri Umavijani TRAVELS THROUGH TRANSITIONS (fragments)
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