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iversity Affirmative/Culturally
-
Inclusive
Lesson Plan
Title:
Connecting
the Significant Social
Attitudes and Historical
Events of Elie Wiesel’s
Night
to the Present
Time
Grade Level(s):
8
-
12
Subject Area(s)
: Social Studies and Lan
guage Arts
Materials Needed
: Class copies of novel
Nigh
t, by Elie Wiesel, ABC news video from the
internet, projector, The United States Holocaust Museum article, chalkboard, chalk, construction paper, markers, paper, pencil.
Objective
s
:
1.
Students
will identify and analyze significant social attitudes and historical events in Elie Wiesel’s literary memoir,
Night
with 100% accuracy.
2
. Students will respond to a video clip of an episode of the ABC News program ,
What Would
You Do
,
to compare attitu
des in the episode to attitudes which allowed the Holocaust to occur with 85% accuracy.
3.
Students
will compare and contrast aspects of cultural views and
historical
events in World
War II Germany with
current
domestic/
global events and
their
prior
or
pe
rsonal knowledge of
injustice
with 100% accuracy
.
4.
Students will make connections between historical events,
current events,
video media, and
literature
with 95% accuracy
.
TEKS:
§110.31 English, Language Arts and Reading
1
(A) determine the meaning
of grade level academic English words . . .
1
(B) analyze textual context . . . to distinguish between denotative and connotative meanings of words.
1
(C)
produce analogies that describe a function of an object or its description. 1
(E) use a diction
ary, glossary or thesaurus . . . to determine or confirm meanings of words or phrases . . .
2
(A) analyze how the genre of texts with similar themes shapes meaning; 2
(C) relate the figurative language of a literary work to its historical and cultural setting.
6
Reading Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary Nonfiction . . . . 7
R
eading
C
omprehension of
L
iterary
T
ext/
S
ensory
L
anguage . . . .
8
Reading
Comprehension of Informational Text/Culture and
History
. . . .
9
(B) differentiat
e between opinions that are substantiated and unsubstantiated in the text . . . . 12 (B) analyze how messages in media are conveyed . . . .
12 (C) compare and contrast coverage of the same event in various media . . . . 24 (A) listen responsively to a spea
ker by taking notes that summarize . . . .
25 Listening and Speaking/Speaking . . . .
26 Listening and Speaking/Teamwork . . . .
§ 113.33 Social Studies

World History
1
(B) identify changes that resulted from important turning points in world history.
1
(D) explain the significance of . . . dates . . . 1939
-
1945.
2
(A) identify elements in a contemporary situation that parallel a historical situation. 2
(B
) describe
variables in a current situation that could result in different ou tcomes
9
(A) identify and explain causes of World Wars I and II, including the rise of Nazism in Germany . . . .
10 (A) analyze the influence of significant individuals such as . . . Adolf Hitler . . . on political events of the 20th century.
25 (H) sup
port a point of view on a social studies issue or event.
Context:
This lesson will occur
during the last week of
a four week
unit
, one class before the unit review
.
Students will have all ready
completed and presented their
collaborative
research project
s on
political, economic, and social factors in Post
-
World War I Germany,
Hitler’s early years and
rise to power, concentration camps, who was selected to go to the concentration camps and by
which criteria
, and
read
Night
. They will have viewed and respo
nded to
a
DVD of
Oprah
Winfrey’s interview with Elie...
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