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    • Through the Eyes of a Survivor Kerri Brown Parker and Wendy Davis Millbrook High School Raleigh, NC bplibrarian.blogspot.com
    • School Background
      • Media Center Teaching – average 20 collaborative classes per week with direct instruction
      • 2 teaching media specialists
      • Focus on 21 st century skills integrated into content instruction
    • Unit Objectives – English
      • SCoS Goal 1.01: Reflect - print and non-print texts
      • SCoS Goal 1.03: Interpret complex print and non-print texts
      • SCoS Goal 2.01: Analyze complex print and non-print critical texts
      • SCoS Goal 4.01 Interpret real-world events
    • Unit Objectives – 21 st Century Goals
      • Connecting to the world globally
      • Acquiring fluency in technology skills
      • Producing media in multiple formats
      • Using information legally, ethically and responsibly
      • Developing critical thinking skills
    • Unit Summary – 3 week unit
      • Classroom teacher introduces concept of genocide
      • Students read and view related texts
      • Students research and podcast a personal story of the Holocaust with brief wiki entry
      • Students research “Degenerate Art” from the period of the Holocaust
    • Unit Summary Continued
      • Students connect art to survivorship today
      • Students complete primary research
      • Students podcast a story of a survivor today
      • 2 weeks in class on genocide
      • 7 days (broken up in 3 pieces) – Media Center
    • Classroom Set Up
      • Background:
        • PBS’s Frontline Ghosts of Rwanda
        • Hotel Rwanda
        • Night by Elie Wiesel
    • Classroom Set Up
      • Genocide - Mini-research activity
        • Define Genocide
        • 8 Stages of Genocide
        • “ Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide”
        • http://www.unhchr.ch/html/menu3/b/p_genoci.htm
        • Mini-research on Darfur and Rwanda
    • Listening to Survivors Online
      • Instructions
        • Irene Hasenberg Butter Interview
        • Your survivor is: Irene Hasenberg Butter
          • Go to http://holocaust.umd.umich.edu/interviews
          • Listen to survivor’s story
          • Take notes for podcast
    • Podcasting a Survivor’s Story
      • 2 min first person narrative
      • Record podcasts in media center – narrative with music (Audacity and FreePlayMusic.com)
      • Create wiki entry (PBwiki and Wikispaces)
      • Post podcasts
      • http:// mhsholocaustsurvivor.pbwiki.com
    • Degenerate Art and Survivor’s Today
      • Destruction of impressionists’ and others’ artistic work
      • Chagall windows
      • Connect to life today
      • Who are “our” survivors?
      • Survivor window creation
    • Survivor Today Podcast
      • Wrap up – Connect it all
      • Interview a survivor
      • Create and record 2 min podcast
      • Introduce survivor with wiki
      • http:// mhssurvivor.pbwiki.com
      • Link sites together
    • Conclusion of Unit
      • Students explore a variety of themes related to survivorship
      • Students read, write, create, listen, and analyze
      • Students develop new technology skills
      • Content skills tied to 21 st century skills and a personal connection