A Holocaust Curriculum: Life Unworthy of Life
Dr. Sidney M. Bolkosky, Betty Rotberg Elias, Dr. David Harris
The Center for the Study of the Child, 1987
Teaching About the Holocaust: A Resource Book for Educators
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Bearing Witness: Teaching About the Holocaust
Beth Aviv Greenbaum
Teaching Holocaust Studies With the Internet
Dr. Aaron Willis, editor
Those Who Dared: Rescuers and Rescued. A Teaching Guide for Secondary Schools
Martyrs Memorial and Museum of the Holocaust of the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, 1995
The Holocaust in Literature for Youth: A Guide and Resource Book
Edward T. Sullivan
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust (Florida Center for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida)
An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through text, documents, photographs, art, and literature.
Simon Wiesenthal Center's Multimedia Learning Center Online
The Museum of Tolerance's Multimedia Learning Center includes Teacher's Resources, Special Collections including documents in German, English and Hebrew, Virtual Exhibits, and more.
Literature and Lessons of the Holocaust: Theory and Practice (National Council of Teachers of English)
Originally published in A Middle Mosaic: A Celebration of Reading, Writing, and Reflective Practice at the Middle Level, (NCTE, 2000), this article by Marlene B. Hartstein and Karen Zelde Schejtman Sultan presents classroom strategies for teaching the Holocaust and includes a guide for teachers.
Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
The Holocaust Teacher Resource Center contains links to many lesson plans and teaching resources.
Educators can request printed copies of the eight-page Resource Guide from Thirteen's Educational Publishing department by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The guide includes a lesson plan on intolerance and stereotyping for high school social studies students, and an essay by Roger Cohen, New York TIMES Foreign Editor and author of the forthcoming book SOLDIERS OF ANOTHER WAR (Alfred A. Knopf). In your e-mail, please specify "BERGA" in the subject heading, and include your street address, the teaching institution with which you are affiliated, and your academic subject area. Or you may write to: BERGA Guide, PO Box 245, Little Falls, New Jersey 07424-0245.