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Curricular Resources for Teachers

In addition to the materials listed below, the Library also maintains an extensive file of course syllabi, sample programs, and lesson plans.

Avery, Patricia and Dorothy Hoffman. Tolerance for Diversity of Beliefs: A Secondary Curriculum Unit. Boulder, CO : Social Science Education Consortium, 1993.

Bauer, Yehuda, ed. Remembering for the Future: Working Papers and Addenda. Oxford and New York : Pergamon Press, 1989.

Benamy, Avivah, comp. Teacher's Guide for True Experiences of Children Who Survived the Holocaust. Brooklyn, NY: Center for Holocaust Studies Documentation and Research, 1988.

Bolkosky, Sidney M., Betty Rotberg Ellias, and David Harris. A Holocaust Curriculum: Life Unworthy of Life: An 18-Lesson Instructional Unit. Farmington Hills, MI: Center for the Study of the Child, 1987.

Braham, Randolph L., ed. The Treatment of the Holocaust in Textbooks: The Federal Republic of Germany, Israel, the United States of America. Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 1987; New York: Institute for Holocaust Studies of the City University of New York, 1987.

Days of Remembrance. Washington, D.C. : United States Holocaust Memorial Council, 1989- .

Freedman-Apsel, Joyce and Helen Fein. Teaching About Genocide: A Guidebook for College and University Teachers: Critical Essays, Syllabi and Assignments. Ottawa, Canada : Human Rights Internet, 1992.

Garber, Zev, ed., with Alan L. Berger and Richard Libowitz. Methodology in the Academic Teaching of the Holocaust. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1988.

Garfinkle, Janet, ed. Steps to Tolerance: A Program for Grades 5 and 6. Los Angeles, CA: Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1997.

Grobman, Alex. Those Who Dared: Rescuers and Rescued: A Teaching Guide For Secondary Schools. Los Angeles, CA: Martyrs Memorial and Museum of the Holocaust of the Jewish Federation, 1995.

Grobman, Gary. The Holocaust: A Guide for Pennsylvania Teachers. Harrisburg, PA : Pennsylvania Department of Education, 1990.

The Holocaust: A Modular Curriculum for Secondary Students. Los Angeles, CA: Martyrs Memorial and Museum of the Holocaust, Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, 1989.

The Holocaust: A Study of Genocide. Curriculum bulletin, 1978-79 ser., no. 13. New York : Board of Education of the City of New York, Division of Curriculum & Instruction, 1979.

Imber, Shulamit...[et al.] To Bear Witness: An Educational Kit for Teaching the Holocaust and Observing Yom Hashoah. 2nd ed. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, Pedagogic Resource Center-Education Department, 1994.

Littell, Marcia Sachs, ed. Holocaust Education: A Resource Book for Teachers and Professional Leaders. Symposium series, v. 13. New York: E. Mellen Press, 1985.

Maxwell, Elisabeth. Why Should the Holocaust Be Remembered and Therefore Taught? Oxford: The Yarnton Trust for the Oxford Centre for Hebrew Studies, 1988.

Meinbach, Anita Meyer and Miriam Klein Kassenoff. Memories of the Night: A Study of the Holocaust. Torrance, CA : Frank Schaffer, 1994.

Merti, Betty. Understanding the Holocaust. Portland, ME: J. Weston Walch, 1982.

Model Curriculum for Human Rights and Genocide. Sacramento, CA: California State Board of Education, 1987.

New Perspectives on the Holocaust: A Guide For Teachers and Scholars; edited by Rochelle L. Millen with Timothy A. Bennett... [et al.]. New York: New York University Press, 1996.

Petovello, Laura R. The Spirit That Moves Us: A Literature-Based Resource Guide on Teaching About the Holocaust and Human Rights. Vol. 1. Grades kindergarten through four -- Vol 2. Grades five through eight. Palermo, ME: Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine, 1994.

Pittman, Ottie B. Deathly Silence: Everyday People in the Holocaust: A Guide for Infusing Key Concepts into the Curriculum. New Orleans, LA : Southern Institute for Education and Research, Tulane University, 1993.

Roskies, Diane K. Teaching the Holocaust to Children: A Review and Bibliography. New York: KTAV, 1975.

Scher, Linda. South Carolina Voices: Lessons from the Holocaust. Columbia, SC: South Carolina Department of Education, produced in conjunction with the South Carolina Humanities Council, 1992.

Shawn, Karen. The End of Innocence: Anne Frank and the Holocaust. 2nd ed. New York: Braun Center for Holocaust Studies, Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 1994.

Shimoni, Gideon, ed. The Holocaust in University Teaching. Oxford and New York: Pergamon Press, 1991.

Shur, Irene G., Franklin H. Littell, and Marvin E. Wolfgang, eds. " Reflections on the Holocaust: Historical, Philosophical, and Educational Dimensions." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, v. 450. Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1980.

Stein, Leon, and Judy Stein. The Holocaust: A Turning Point of Our Time: A Five Day Holocaust Curriculum and Teacher's Guide for the Secondary Schools. 2d ed. Skokie, IL: The Holocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois, 1991.

Strom, Margot Stern, and William S. Parsons. Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior. Watertown, MA: Intentional Educations, Inc., 1982.

A Study of the Holocaust: Student Handbook. Des Moines, IA: Des Moines Independent School District, 1984.

Teaching about the Holocaust and Genocide. Human rights series, v. 1-2. Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., Bureau of Curriculum Development, 1985.

Wall of Remembrance: Teaching Guide. Washington, D.C. : Committee to Remember the Children, United States Holocaust Memorial Council, 1988.

Weitzman, Mark. "Coming to Grips with Teaching the Holocaust." Momentum 19, no. 1 (February 1988): 55-57.

Zornberg, Ira. Classroom Strategies for Teaching about the Holocaust: 10 Lessons for Classroom Use. New York: Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1983.

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