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Resistance through Culture & Arts

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Carrie Boone

on 11 July 2017

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Transcript of Resistance through Culture & Arts

Our Group
Carrie Boone, Elizabeth MacEnulty, Ilyse Shainbrown, Melissa Silva
All from USA
Teach at extremely different schools with a mixture of students
Needed a project that was flexible, hands-on, and would appeal to a broad group
Begin the lesson by discussing rights that were taken away from Jews
Students will be given a worksheet to rank the importance of rights
Introduce students to the fact that there was resistance that did not involve violence
Read the poem on resistance & follow up with discussion questions
Final Project
Students will be placed into groups & each group will have their own focus (i.e. paintings, newspapers, religion)
Each member will be responsible for one piece of art to research
Once the research has been completed, each group will create a multimedia presentation or performance
The students will display their projects through an exhibition
A graphic organizer will be completed
Students will learn about resistance through arts & culture through a more hands on approach.
Each group can communicate their research effectively through presentations or performances.
Resistance through Culture & Arts
"Resistance" by Haim Gouri & Monia Avrahami
To smuggle a loaf of bread- was to resist To teach in secret-was to resist.
To rescue a Torah Scroll- was to resist To forge documents- was to resist
To smuggle across borders- was to resist
To chronicle events and to conceal records- was to resist
To hold out a helping hand to the needy- was to resist
To contact those under siege and smuggle weapons- was to resist
To fight with weapons in streets, mountains and forests- was to resist
To rebel in death camps- was to resist
To rise up in ghettos, among the crumbling walls, in the most desperate revolt- was to resist
Complete the lesson by asking students two questions
What does resistance look like today?
Are there examples of resistance in your society since the Holocaust/today through culture or arts?
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