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Holocaust Education in Yeshiva High Schools: a model for Teaching Using Kol Dodi DofekHolocaust Education in Yeshiva High Schools: a model for Teaching Using Kol Dodi Dofek
North America. Using the Rav’s Kol Dodi Dofek as my central text, I suggest ways that yeshiva high schools might develop an integrated curriculum for Holocaust education
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Study Guide Answers Who was Moshe the Beadle?Study Guide Answers Who was Moshe the Beadle?
He was poor and lived humbly. He was physically awkward and a dreamer who could appear to be so insignificant as to almost disappear
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Night: Essays and Criticism Themes of Faith and Disbelief – Reading Applications: Informational, technical and persuasive text #1 and #6Night: Essays and Criticism Themes of Faith and Disbelief – Reading Applications: Informational, technical and persuasive text #1 and #6
Discuss org patterns, repetition of ideas/words, syntax (sentence structure) word choice. #2 How did she accomplish her purpose to reach intended audience?
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Elie Wiesel and Paul Rusesabagina Holocaust and Rwandan GenocideElie Wiesel and Paul Rusesabagina Holocaust and Rwandan Genocide
I’m fifty.’ ‘No you’re forty. Do you hear, eighteen and forty” This shows that the inmate told Elie and his father to lie about their ages because the old and young were bound to die
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Directions: Read and annotate the packetDirections: Read and annotate the packet
Indian subcontinent around 1500 B. C. The Nazis claimed that all non-Aryan peoples, particularly Jewish people, were inferior. This racist message would eventually lead to the Holocaust
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Night Major Works Data SheetNight Major Works Data Sheet
Night is truly a non-fiction and unbiased account of Elie’s struggles during the Holocaust, for there are minuscule differences between Wiesel’s experiences and those of his character, Eliezer
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Metaphor: a figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things or ideas; the analogy is conveyed by the use of a metaphorical word in place of some other word. For example: \"Her eyes were glistening jewels\"Metaphor: a figure of speech that constructs an analogy between two things or ideas; the analogy is conveyed by the use of a metaphorical word in place of some other word. For example: "Her eyes were glistening jewels"
Colonel Kurtz: "You're neither. You're an errand boy sent by grocery clerks to collect a bill."
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