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04 hitler youth

  1. 1. Case Study: Hitler Youth<br />
  2. 2. Write in your notebooks:<br />Is there an image of an ideal youth in American society? <br /> What does that look like? What is expected? <br />Are we okay with this? Do you ever feel a tension or pressure about living up to this to not living up to this? Is it even possible to?<br />
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  9. 9. Read School for Barbarians<br />Read pp. 228-230<br />Hitler demanded the nation produce a “violently active, dominating, intrepid, brutal youth.”<br /> What part did the schools play in this? Youth groups? Society?<br />INDOCTRINATE vs. EDUCATE?<br />
  10. 10. Choose Your Reading<br />Choice A<br />Pg 245 – Schools for Girls, Pg 235 – Models of Obedience (First part about girls)<br />Consider: What are the legacies of this type of thinking are…”this is what women should learn.”<br />Choice B <br />Pg 246-247 A Lesson in Current Events<br />Consider: Why was this important stuff for young boys to learn? How did it relate for Hitler’s purpose for the young men of his nation?<br />
  11. 11. Read The Birthday Party<br />Read The Birthday Party - pp. 237-239<br />After reading this story, someone once said, “this is like a world upside down: the children have the power. “<br />Do you agree? What is the source of their power? Why would Hitler want this?<br />

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