This session will take place via Zoom from 4.30–5.45 pm.

After booking your place, you will be sent joining instructions in the week leading up to live session.

Audience

Teachers

Location

Live online

Starts from 01/12/2021 to 01/12/2021

This live online session explores two newly designed lessons. Developing students’ awareness of the range of responses expressed by Jews during the Holocaust, these two lessons work to establish secure knowledge and understanding of how Jewish people responded in increasingly deleterious and desperate circumstances.

In doing so, they position Jewish people as having agency rather than as passive victims, and as people who resisted Nazi persecution when facing overwhelming odds, and ultimately genocide.

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