Develop students’ empathy by sharing Muguette Myers’ moving story about her life before, during and after the Holocaust.
Through our immersive audio app, students are plunged into the tumultuous past of Europe and France during the first half of the 20th century. By listening to audio excerpts that alternate between historical context and Muguette Myers’ survivor testimony, students learn about the successive stages of the Holocaust in Europe and France.
By referring to the provided poster and by interacting with the app as they speak through a mic, students become actively engaged in listening to Muguette’s testimony and develop their sense of empathy.
Connections with the Quebec Education Program (Social Sciences – Ethics and Religious Culture)
• To understand the organization of a society in its territory
• To interpret change in a society and its territory
• Reflects on ethical questions
• Engages in dialogue
• Examines social phenomena from a historical perspective
• Interprets social phenomena using the historical method
• Constructs his/her consciousness of citizenship through the study of history
Download the Muguette Myers: A Childhood Under the Occupation pedagogical tool
Muguette Myers: A Childhood Under the Occupation pedagogical tool is available online free of charge. The tool is the same for all Canadian provinces.
The tool includes the app and the associated poster, as well as instructions for teachers and a student booklet. All of these resources can be downloaded by clicking on the links on the bottom of this page.
This educational program was developed in collaboration with PRISM.
PRISM is a project that is funded by the Ministry of Culture and Communications in the context of the implementation of measure 115 of Quebec’s Digital Culture Plan.