The Denial of Rights and Freedoms during the Holocaust educational activity addresses the Winning of Civil Rights and Freedoms competency by emphasizing the denial of rights and freedoms during the Holocaust.
Sessions can take place either in class or at home. The activity enables students to:
- understand that the genocidal process results in an escalation of the denial of rights and freedoms
- develop their historical thinking by analyzing primary sources (artefacts and testimonies)
- ask questions of Holocaust survivors whose testimonies they have watched. This interaction encourages each student to reflect on their role as a citizen and their responsibility in the defense of rights and freedoms.
An introductory meeting is scheduled for March 28 at 3:30 pm with the Museum's Head of Education and all participating teachers.
You will find all the necessary activity documents in the Files for the activity section below or BY CLICKING HERE.
Files to download for this activity
Sequence of work sessions for this activity
Denial of Rights and Freedoms during the Holocaust: introductory meeting
An introductory meeting is scheduled for March 28 with the Museum's Head of Education and all participating teachers.
Specific time to be determined.