Educational Programs for Elementary Levels Students

Educational Program

The Heart from Auschwitz

Story of the Heart from Auschwitz, centered on living together and the arts.

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Teaching about the Holocaust Using Recorded Survivor Testimony

Testimony of Marcel Tenenbaum, a Belgian Jewish child during the Holocaust.

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Educational Programs for Middle and High School Students

Educational Program

17 Letters - For the Last Time and Forever

Analysis of letters written during the Holocaust between 1941 and 1944.

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Teaching about the Holocaust Using Recorded Survivor Testimony

Testimony of Marcel Tenenbaum, a Belgian Jewish child during the Holocaust.

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Exploring the Evidence – The Holocaust, Cambodian Genocide, and Canadian Intervention

Comparative approach and the role of individuals and societies in genocide.

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Us vs. Them - Creating the Other

Reflection on the processes of othering and genocide with the help of two case studies (Holocaust & Rohingya genocide in Myanmar).

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United Against Genocide: Understand, Question, Prevent

Exploration of 4 genocides (Holocaust, Armenia, Rwanda, Cambodia) and 4 contemporary situations.

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Being a Refugee in Canada

Reflection on forced migration during the Second World War and today.

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Resources

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Holocaust Maps and Timelines

Interactive study of the Holocaust in its European and global context.

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Analysis Sheets

Simple and versatile analysis sheets for studying primary sources.

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Reference Guides

Education

Teaching the History of the Holocaust in Manitoba

Insights on events, actors and issues of the Holocaust.

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Reference Guide

Brief History of Antisemitism in Canada

Summary of the history of antisemitic thought in Canada.

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Virtual and Travelling Exhibitions

Holocaust Life Stories

Video testimonials of Holocaust survivors on several themes with educational guide.

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Building New Lives

Journey of Holocaust survivors who decided to immigrate to Canada after the war.

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United Against Genocide: Understand, Question, Prevent

Exploration of 4 genocides (Holocaust, Armenia, Rwanda, Cambodia) and 4 contemporary situations.

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“And in 1948, I came to Canada”: The Holocaust in Six Dates

Accompanying teaching guide and guide to organize a commemoration.

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We wish to acknowledge the Freeman Family Foundation Holocaust Education Centre as well as Manitoba Education and Training as partners in adapting the following resources to the Manitoba curriculum: Teaching about the Holocaust Using Recorded Survivor Testimony, Exploring the Evidence: The Holocaust, Cambodian Genocide and Canadian Intervention, and 17 letters: for the Last Time and Forever. The Université de Sherbrooke also contributed to the adaptation of The Heart from Auschwitz.

The program Us vs. Them – Creating the Other has been created in collaboration with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

To learn more about how to teach the Holocaust in the classroom and view more resources, please consult our Resources and Training page.

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