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BCSSTA Fall Conference 2012 Rights and Responsibilities: Thinking and Acting Locally and Globally

WARM-UP ACTIVITY
Write down three things you know about the Holocaust Write down two questions you have about the Holocaust Have you taught about the Holocaust? If so, what have you taught? What are the challenges that you face when you teach about this historic event or other instances of social injustice, discrimination, or genocide?

PRINCIPLES OF HOLOCAUST EDUCATION

PROGRAMS & RESOURCES SUPPORTING HOLOCAUST EDUCATION

EXHIBITS & SCHOOL PROGRAMS

TEACHING RESOURCES

CLASSROOM BOOK SETS & DISCOVERY KITS

OUTREACH SPEAKER OUTREACH SPEAKERS

SYMPOSIA ON THE HOLOCAUST

UBC, BURNABY, COQUITLAM, MAPLE RIDGE, MISSION, SURREY, VANCOUVER ISLAND, WEST VANCOUVER

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
8th Biennial Shafran Teachers Conference
Friday, March 1, 2013 7TH Biennial Shafran Teachers Conference
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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INSTRUCTIONS
Identify the type of source. Locate the source: when and where was it created? Who wrote the document? Who was the intended audience or readership? And the most important question: What does this document reveal about the society in which it was produced?

Dossier: Dos and Donts for Refugees, Bloomsbury House (Refugee Assistance Organization), London, England

War Diary of Major Commandant, Internment Camp N, Sherbrooke, QC