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The Footprints for Hope Project

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ARABIC

Lesson Plan: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PDF DOCUMENT 300 KB]

PowerPoint Presentation: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PPT DOCUMENT 1 MB] (Save the presentation on your computer to view teaching notes. Please note: this is a read-only file).

CHINESE

Lesson Plan: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PDF DOCUMENT 300 KB]

PowerPoint Presentation: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PPT DOCUMENT 1 MB] (Save the presentation on your computer to view teaching notes. Please note: this is a read-only file).

FRENCH

Lesson Plan: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PDF DOCUMENT 300 KB]

PowerPoint Presentation: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PPT DOCUMENT 1 MB] (Save the presentation on your computer to view teaching notes. Please note: this is a read-only file).

RUSSIAN

Lesson Plan: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PDF DOCUMENT 300 KB]

PowerPoint Presentation: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PPT DOCUMENT 1 MB] (Save the presentation on your computer to view teaching notes. Please note: this is a read-only file).

SPANISH

Lesson Plan: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PDF DOCUMENT 300 KB]

PowerPoint Presentation: "Ordinary Things? Discovering the Holocaust through historical artefacts" [PPT DOCUMENT 1 MB] (Save the presentation on your computer to view teaching notes. Please note: this is a read-only file).


Credits
Educational materials for the Footprints for Hope project were created by: Paul Salmons, Head of Curriculum Development, Holocaust Education Development Programme, Institute of Education, University of London, which aims to provide a research-informed, innovative and nationally coordinated programme to help teachers teach about the Holocaust effectively. The principal focus is on developing a national programme of professional development in Holocaust education that will be offered free of charge to teachers in every secondary school in England. Further information can be found at http://www.hedpuk.org.

The Holocaust Centre is the United Kingdom's only dedicated Holocaust memorial and education centre. Founded by Dr.'s Stephen and James Smith in 1995, the Centre welcomes thousands of visitors each year. In September 2008, the Centre launched 'The Journey', the first dedicated holocaust education centre for primary school children. For more information, please visit http://www.holocaustcentre.net.

Photography of the footwear that serves as the focus for the lesson on the Holocaust was provided courtesy of Olivia Hemingway http://oliviahemingway.com. The shoe is part of the Collections of the Imperial War Museum London www.iwm.org.uk. The video for educators was produced by Cornelia Reetz, United Kingdom Holocaust Centre, Nottinghamshire.