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Graphic Organizer:The Book Thief

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Kaitlin Drislane

on 15 May 2014

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Transcript of Graphic Organizer:The Book Thief

an overly simplified idea of a group of people applied to everyone belonging to that group
an unreasonable opinion of a group of people based on stereotypes; believing in stereotypes and letting it affect you
negative treatment or action against a person or group because they belong to that group rather than on the individual’s personal qualities

Basic Terms
Graphic Organizer:The Book Thief
By: Kaitlin Drislane

prejudice towards Jewish people
to make someone feel as though they have no voice or opinion
a person who tries to crush humanity of another person or group
a person who witnesses oppression, but does not interfere with what is going on
a person who tries to help a victim of oppression
Basic Terms cont.
Literary Example:
In The Book Thief, Rudy thought that if he was black that he would be able to run faster
Historical Example:
During the Holocaust, people believed that all Jewish people were spreading the plague.

Literary Example:
In The Book Thief, the Nazi’s believed in all the stereotypes Hitler spread.
Historical Example:
When the European settlers thought it was okay to kill all of the Native Americans

Stereotype and Prejudice Relationship
When you believe in a stereotype, we become prejudice against someone or something. You let the stereotype affect you.
Literary Example:
In The Book Thief, they burned all the non-Aryan books. This shows discrimination because it is a negative action against all the people who are not Aryan.
Historical Example:
Having African Americans have one restroom and Caucasians have another. This shows this because it is a negative action towards African Americans because no one thought they were equal to Caucasians.

Prejudice and Discrimination Relationship
You need be prejudice in order to have a negative treatment or action against a person or group because of the group the belong to

Literary Example:
The anti-sematic Nazi propaganda that was spread throughout many countries. All of the propaganda was prejudice towards the Jewish people.
Historical Example:
Setting up the ghettos for the Jewish people to live in and separating them from everyone else.

Discrimination and Anti-Semitism Relationship
The Nazi’s were discriminating the Jewish people and were also prejudice towards the Jewish people
Literary Example:
Hans smacking Liesel when she says that she hates Hitler. This shows that he is not allowing her to express her opinion.
Historical Example:
Hitler being an oppressor makes the victims feel like they have no voice or opinion.

Literary Example:
In The Book Thief, Hitler is an oppressor because he treats all the Jewish like they are not even human. He tries to destroy the humanity of all the Jewish people.
Historical Example:
People in the United States who treated African Americans as if they were not human.

Silence and Oppressor Relationship
An oppressor silences the victims by making them feel inhumane. This leads them to feel powerless like they have no voice or opinion.
Literary Example:
In The Book Thief, many people did not help the Jewish man in the street who was getting whipped. This shows that these people are bystanders because they did nothing to help the victim who was facing oppression
Historical Example:
People who did not stand up for the African Americans when they were being treated poorly are bystander because they were witnessing oppression and did nothing to stop it.

Oppressor and Bystander Relationship
If the bystander does nothing, this gives power to the oppressor.
Literary Example:
Hans and Rosa letting Max (a Jewish man) stay in their basement. This shows that Hans and Rosa were allies because they were trying to help Max, who was a victim of oppression
Historical Example:
Gay-Straight Alliance, a group of allies helping people who are dealing with discrimination, no matter what their sexual preference is

Bystander and Ally Relationship
A bystander can change and try to help the victims and try and stop oppression instead of just letting it happen and doing nothing about it.
Relationship Between Both Organizers
If there was no stereotypes in the first place, everyone would be treated and seen as equals. This means that their would be no prejudice, discrimination, or anti-semitism. Since everyone would be equal, there would be no reason for someone to try to crush the humanity of another group of people.
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