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Lesson Three

Resource for Part One:

The Auschwitz Album

At the top of the page you will see the number one through four |1|2|3|4| these are links to the four main pages. Each page then links to sub pages. To see a lager version of the photo click on the photo. Read the description below at least eight photographs that are meaningful to you.

  1. Make a list of the facts you learned from the images you choose.
  2. Write about which of your eight photographs is most meaningful to you? Why?
  3. Copy and paste the URL(web link) for the picture that was most meaningful to you at the end of your writing.
Resource for Part Two:

The Family:

Choose one of the writing activities below for your assignment.

  1. What do you think these families are saying to each other as they leave? Write a caption for this photograph. If you weren't sure you would ever see your family again what would you tell them?
  2. Pretend you were a newspaper reporter alive at that time. Write a newspaper article using one of the photographs as the center of your article. Try to include, What, Where, Why, When, and How in your story.
  3. Write an imaginary dialogue between two people in the photograph. Make sure to use emotionally powerful words that express the feelings of the characters.



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Facts and Trivia about U. S. Presidents

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Resources on Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History.

Timeline of the History of Detroit and the
History of Michigan.

Photos of Lumbering in Michigan

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