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Dynamic Duo Text Talks: Examining the Content of Internet Sites
|Grades||6 – 8|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Two 40-minute class sessions|
St. Joseph, Missouri
Grades 6 – 9 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson
After reading or viewing The Diary of Anne Frank, students will make connections between audience and purpose and revise a journal entry with an outside audience in mind.
Grades 5 – 12 | Calendar Activity |  June 12
Students learn about eyewitness reports through a lesson that is grade-level appropriate. Then, groups use primary source documents and research an event using eyewitness accounts.
Grades 7 – 12 | Calendar Activity |  September 30
Students compare and contrast two views of the Holocaust from different authors. Students may also research stories of other survivors who may or may not be published and create a presentation on this survivor.
Grades 3 – 12 | Calendar Activity |  February 23
Students write diary entries and revisit the entries as if it were a hundred years from now. Students then brainstorm and write paragraphs about life in the 21st century.
Grades 9 – 12 | Calendar Activity |  November 9
To help understand the thinking of German leaders during the Holocaust, students write about a time when they failed to come to the assistance of someone who needed help.