Publication date: 2018-09-15 10:54
This unit is available in Hebrew, English, French, Spanish, and Russian.
Recommended for junior high and senior high school students.
A curricular unit structured in the form of a 8775 story session, 8776 in which the teacher tells the class a story about the Holocaust.
Easily teach the concept of a horizon line while making a beautiful symmetrical pressed landscape. Fold paper in half, then transfer paints and pigments in a method similar to the Rorschach prints. After printing, add detail using markers. The process is customizable based on age. Just press for students, or add sophisticated details at older ages.
Reed is an inexpensive and easy-to-use medium with diverse possibilities. This process demonstrates how reeds can be inserted into corrugated channels that will hold them in place and easily release them as well.
This signed poster, printed in French and English is available for purchase from the author. The lesson plan and poem are available for purchase from Peter L. Fischl. Please see below for information how to order copies of the poster/poem. Discounts are available for class sets.
A list of the lesson plans and curricula is presented below. Please click on either the title or the icon to obtain some detailed information from each lesson plan.
see detailed information THE IMAGE OF POLISH JEWRY BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS 6969-6989 Jewish Political Parties and Movements
Zionists Haredim The Bund
Pilot Edition (Teacher 8767 s Guide)
by Ephraim Kaye
lesson plan & CD | see detailed information Faces of Courage: Children Who Resisted
by Sally M. Rogow, .
Deeply textured clay spheres create an interactive art experience when rolled into sand or onto clay slabs. Beginning with a simple ball of clay, then carve or texture deeply. Once fired, the ball can be used over and over again to create patterning in sand. Or, use the sphere as a beautiful clay patterning tool on soft slabs of clay.