This world map provided to you by the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education is recommended for middle and high school classrooms. The outcomes listed below will assist the students in meeting a portion of the Holocaust/genocide education mandate.
- Students will be knowledgeable of atrocities, genocide and the Holocaust which have occurred world wide.
- The students will be able to identify on the map current genocidal events and those that have happened within the past years.
The methodology may include using the map for discussion and/or for adding other sites where atrocities or genocide have occurred.
The assessment may include determining the student's knowledge relative to:
- Relationship of atrocities and time lines
- Similarities and differences regarding atrocities
- Understanding of those atrocities identified on the map
- Description and understanding of recent atrocities added to the map
Thank you in advance for utilizing this project and thereby aiding in the fight against the evils of bigotry, intolerance and prejudice, as they relate to the Holocaust and genocide, wherever and whenever they exist.
Please contact the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education for more information at:
New Jersey Department of Education
P.O. Box 500
Trenton, NJ 08625
E-Mail - email@example.com
Web Page - http://www.state.nj.us/education/holocaust/
Phone - (609) 292-9274
FAX - (609) 633-8599
"Since 1900 over 120 million human beings – men, women and children – world wide have been murdered as a result of genocidal acts"
Samuel Totten & Milton Kelg
The red dots indicate areas where these events have taken place but are not always an exact location.
For more information:
- Nuremberg Nazi Rally Site
Pictures provided by: Jeff and Terry Osowski
- Only a Number
- Questions, Thoughts and Lessons for Songs by Hank Fellows
- Recent Resource Materials for Teaching the Holocaust
- Recommended Books & Materials for School Libraries:
- Remember Me
- Sample Holocaust/Genocide Assessment Questions – Grades K-12
- Signs of Bias in Your School
Author of songs is happy to supply the instrumental backing tracks for any of the songs, free of charge, to any teacher who requests them. Send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tales from Traveling Teachers!
Lessons Learned from the Summer Seminar for Studies in Your Classroom
- TEACHERS: Challenge students to reconstruct the life of a boy growing up in Nazi Germany through primary sources. At the link below you will find an array of primary source material related to Walter Israel, a Holocaust victim, who grew in up Germany, was deported, and perished in a concentration camp in Poland. This material offers the opportunity to build critical analysis skills required by the common core, while also meeting New Jersey's mandatory requirement to teach Holocaust content to students.
- Teaching the Holocaust Through Literature
- Teaching the Holocaust through Music
- Ten Tips to Promote Non-Violence
- The Helpful Art Teacher
An interdisciplinary website linking visual arts to math, social studies, science and language arts
- The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Poster Set on Rescue: Traits that Transcend
- The Response Thermometer
- The Search for the White Rose - Film
- The Story of the Holocaust Told Through Art
- Third Sikh Genocide
- Triangle of Hate
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- USHMM Frequently Asked Questions
- Utilizing a Poem
- Video by teacher, Emily Bengels, from Readington Twp, Hunterdon County, who was selected to attend the January commemoration at Auschwitz
- We Are Not Alone Video and Study Guide, Holocaust Studies Program
- Why I Teach My Children by Dr. Paul B. Winkler
- Why Teach About the Holocaust?
- What Can Parents and Teachers Do About Prejudice
- World Map
- Wreaths Across America
The Liberator Tree
- You've Got to be Carefully Taught
The core mission of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education is to promote Holocaust education in the State of New Jersey. On a continual basis, the Commission shall survey the status of Holocaust/Genocide Education; design, encourage and promote the implementation of Holocaust and genocide education and awareness; provide programs in New Jersey; and coordinate designated events that will provide appropriate memorialization of the Holocaust on a regular basis throughout the state. The Commission will provide assistance and advice to the public and private schools and will meet with county and local school officials, and other interested public and private organizations, to assist with the study of the Holocaust and genocide.
We invite you to find out more, whether you require Group or Company specific information, simply explore the site using the links to the left.
Phil Kirschner, Esq.
Lawrence M. Glaser
(609) 984-4927 phone
State of New Jersey
Commission on Holocaust Education
P.O. Box 500
Trenton, NJ 08625
(609) 633-8599 fax