I can start class prepared with what is expected. I can listen when instructions are given and people are speaking. I can initiate and maintain focus on a task.
Academic Behaviors- Focus, Listening, & Preparation
II. Individual & Society
III. Membership- Othering
The readings "Race and Science" (pg.13), "Stereotyping" (pg. 16), "What's in a Name" (pg. 40), "Fear" (pg. 25) and "Conformity and Identiy" (pg.31), "The Effects of Religious Stereotyping" (pg. 43), and "The Power of Separation" (pg. 37), are used in the Membership Lessons. They can all be found in the Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior Chapter 1 PDF below, on www.facinghistory.org, or in the text book. After completing the readings, use the handout and create a GIST Statement and respond to the Connections Questions.
IV. Membership- Ranking Humankind & Social Darwinsim
Read Ranking Humankind on page 43 and From Darwin to Darwinism on page 63 of the PDF Race and Membership in American History below.
V. Membership- WWI
Watch Apocalypse WWI episode I, "Fury" on Amazon Instant Video. This video has amazing footage and is a great tool to understanding how WWI begins.
For Membership Lesson 5- WWI the required readings are “A Revolt in a Beer Hall” (pg. 137), “Anger and Humiliation” (pg. 122), “Inflation Batters the Weimar Republic” (pg. 135), “Criticizing Society” (pg. 133), and "Voices in the Dark" (pg. 126). These can be found in Chapter 3 of Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior in the PDF file below, on www.facinghistory.org, or in the text book.
VI. Membership- Dismantling Democracy
Read "Changes at School" (pg. 175) and "Teaching a Lesson" (pg. 176) from Facing History and Ourselves: Holocaust and Human Behavior in the PDF file of Chapter 4, on www.facinghistory.org, or in the text book.
VII. Membership- Kristallnacht
READINGS- "Taking Austria" pg. 359 "A Refugee Crisis" pg. 362 "Crisis in Czechoslovakia" pg. 366 "Beyond Any Nations' Universe of Obligation" pg. 370
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Enrichment- Watch the videos. Write down something Shocking, Interesting, and Troubling about each story. 10 points for each!
VIII. Membership- Hitler Youth
Readings- "The Common Interest" pg. 284 "Spying on Family and Friends" pg. 285 "Joining the Hitler Youth" pg. 319 "The Birthday Party" pg. 237 "Models of Obedience" pg. 325 "Disillusionment in the Hitler Youth" pg. 327 "Rejecting Nazism" pg. 330
Enrichment- Read "Heil Hitler! Lessons of Daily Life" and then answer the Connection Questions. 10 points
IX. Membership- Obedience/Milgram's Experiment
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For the modern reproduction of this experiment, watch on VIMEO here: https://vimeo.com/89396290
Enrichment- Watch the video below and write a one page reflection about this and connect it to the concepts of authority, obedience, and conformity.
XI. Case Study- Oath
Read "Pledging Allegiance" and "Do You Take the Oath" on pages 197 and 198.
XII. Case Study- Conspiracy
XIII. Case Study- The Bad Samaritan
To view the video of "The Hangman," please go here:
XIV. Case Study Lesson- Rescuers & Resisters
Watch the short version of Weapons of the Spirit here:
AND the film Pigeon here:
AND the film Pigeon here: