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    • At the Bell 1/3/12 What do you know about the Holocaust?
    • At the Bell 1/4/12 What are four facts you learned from the animated map? Write your answer in two sentences using a semicolon correctly in each. Remember, a semicolon separates two independent clauses; there should be a complete thought on each side of the semicolon.
    • At the Bell 1/6/12 This photo of Buchenwald survivors was first published in the New York Times on May 6, 1945: “Crowded Bunks in the Prison Camp at Buchenwald”. It was taken inside Block #56 by Private H. Miller of the Civil Affairs Branch of the U.S. Army Signal Corps on April 16, 1945, five days after the Buchenwald camp was liberated. Elie Wiesel is in the Photo. Respond to the photo.
    • At the Bell 1/9/12 Summarize part 1 & 2 from Night.
    • At the Bell 1/10/12 Summarize what you learned about Auschwitz after watching this video.
    • At the Bell 1/10/12 Summarize what you learned about Auschwitz after watching this video.
      • “ I insist: All collective judgments are wrong. Only racists make them. And racism is stupid, just as it is ugly. Its aim is to destroy, to pervert, to distort innocence in human beings and their quest for human equality. Racism is misleading. There are good people and bad people in every community. No human race is superior; no religious faith is inferior. We all come from somewhere, and we all wonder where we are going.” –Elie Wiesel
      • RESPOND TO THE QUOTE (MEANING< THOUGHTS<REACTIONS)
      • 1/12/11
      AT THE BELL
    • AT THE BELL 1/13/12 Photo of selection at Auschwitz-II (Birkenau), May/June 1944. Respond to the photo. Credit: Yad Vashem's Auschwitz Album
    • AT THE BELL 1/17/12 This is a photo of shoes taken from prisoners at Auschwitz concentration camp. Why do you think this is one of the most viewed exibits at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC? Photo Credit: U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum
    • AT THE BELL 1/18/12 Summarize in approximately five sentences what you have learned from watching the WWII/Holocaust animated map video. Photo Credit: U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum
    • AT THE BELL 1/19/12 Nearly 1.5 million children were killed during the Holocaust which included those taken directly to killing centers upon deportation and babies born in the camps. Mortality rates among children began to decrease at age 12 since older children were used for slave labor. Photo Credit: U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum
    • AT THE BELL 1/20/12 RESISTANCE Students learning about the Holocaust often ask if the prisoners ever fought back. The answer is yes. Describe the Jewish resistance efforts against the Nazi regime. Photo Credit: U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum
    • AT THE BELL 1/20/12 RESISTANCE Students learning about the Holocaust often ask if the victims ever fought back. The answer is yes. Describe the Jewish resistance efforts against the Nazi regime after watching the animated map. Photo Credit: U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum
    • AT THE BELL 1/20/12 PROPOGANDA Definition: Information, esp. of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. To answer the question “Why did the German Nazi regime hate the Jews so much” and “why did regular citizens go along with the attempted anihilation of Jews” we need to learn about propaganda. Watch and respond. Photo Credit: WorldWarZone.com
    • AT THE BELL 1/24/12 SS Soldiers “ It is important in any study of the Holocaust to learn about the perpetrators as well as the victims to give a proper context of the Holocaust.” &quot;Men, in order to do evil, must first believe that what they are doing is good.&quot; -- Alexander Solzhenitsyn Watch and respond to the question: “How is it possible for the SS soldiers to live normal lives while committing these monstrosities?” Photo Credit: USHMM.org
    • AT THE BELL 1/26/12 Why is it important to remember the Holocaust? “ [It is] a moral challenge for us to do more when we encounter injustice in our own lives.” “ We can not be silent…we can not become indifferent.” “ Remember the Holocaust by leading the world better.” “ We have to illuminate the future.” Photo Credit: USHMM.org
    • AT THE BELL 1/27/12 Did we learn from the Holocaust? What does Elie mean when he says, “ I will never give up on humanity?” I HONOR
    • AT THE BELL 1/27/12 Holocaust Remembrance Day: Auschwitz Liberated I HONOR What can we do in our own lives to commemorate the Holocaust victims?
    • AT THE BELL 1/30/12 The Auschwitz Album The Auschwitz Album is the only surviving visual evidence of the process of mass murder at Auschwitz-Birkenau. It is a unique document and was donated to Yad Vashem by Lilly Jacob-Zelmanovic Meier. Link to Oprah Interview Photo Credit: Yadvashem.org
    • AT THE BELL 1/30/12 Justice & Accountability Photo Credit: Harvard Law Library One Holocaust survivor says she wants “justice not vengeance.” What is the difference and why do you think she makes this distinction?
    • AT THE BELL 2/1/12 “ I have no doubt that we are here for a purpose. I have no doubt that the purpose is not only to bring God closer to his creations, but to bring his creations close to one another. I have no doubt that a human being is human simply because he or she is human—and we have no right to say that a poor person is of less value to society than someone who is rich. I have no doubt that education is good for the soul, not only for the mind. I have no doubt that questions have their own magic, their own charm and their own immortality. I have no doubt that faith is only pure when it does not negate the faith of another. I have no doubt that evil can be fought and that indifference is no option. I have no doubt that fanaticism is dangerous. And of all the books in the world on life, I have no doubt that the life of one person weighs more than them all.” ~Elie Wiesel RESPOND
    • AT THE BELL 2/2/12
      • After the Holocaust the “crime without a name” (Winston Churchill) became known as genocide, the “deliberate killing of a large group of people, esp. those of a particular ethnic group or nation.” The world vowed it would never happen again. However, since January 27, 1945 when Auschwitz was liberated an estimated:
      • 500,000 to 2 million people were killed in Bangladesh in 1971.
      • 200,000 (1/3 of the population) were killed in East Timor in Indonesia.
      • 1.7 million Cambodians were killed from 1975-1979.
      • 200,000 people were killed in the “silent holocaust” in Guatemala
      • from 1981-1983.
      • 200,000 Muslim civilians were systematically murdered in Bosnia and 2 million became refugees.
      • 800,000 people were killed in Rwanda in 1994.
      • 70,000 people were killed with over 1.5 refuges in Darfur and Sudan since 2004. There is currently a genocide watch in both regions.
      • Defying Genocide (USHMM)
      • The Grim Reality (Sudan)
    • AT THE BELL 2/2/12
      • After the Holocaust the “crime without a name” (Winston Churchill) became known as genocide, the “deliberate killing of a large group of people, esp. those of a particular ethnic group or nation.” The world vowed it would never happen again. However, since January 27, 1945 when Auschwitz was liberated an estimated:
      • 500,000 to 2 million people were killed in Bangladesh in 1971.
      • 200,000 (1/3 of the population) were killed in East Timor in Indonesia.
      • 1.7 million Cambodians were killed from 1975-1979.
      • 200,000 people were killed in the “silent holocaust” in Guatemala
      • from 1981-1983.
      • 200,000 Muslim civilians were systematically murdered in Bosnia and 2 million became refugees.
      • 800,000 people were killed in Rwanda in 1994.
      • 70,000 people were killed with over 1.5 refuges in Darfur and Sudan since 2004. There is currently a genocide watch in both regions.
      • The Grim Reality (Sudan)
    • AT THE BELL 2/3/12 Defying Genocide Photo Credit: Council of Foreign Relations Respond to the video and get your packet ready to hand in.
    • What can you do? Day of Remembrance What Can I Do? Pledge Wall Gifts with a Purpose
    • AT THE BELL Reflect on the Power Point project you completed in 3-5 sentences.