This image gives statistics on the deaths of the Holocaust, as well as, the impact in America and the immigration of Jews. It also addresses the survivors living in Canada, and the numbers give a real image of the results of the Holocaust.
This is a 27 slide PowerPoint that introduces the Holocaust to students in an easy to understand format. The ten most frequently asked questions by students are answered with pictures and graphs included to aid comprehension. A vocabulary activity is included as well. My students enjoy this as we share an open class discussion on the topics presented! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Crystal-Sommers
Ramsau: a town in the Bavarian Alps w/a population of about 1800, situated N of the Berch-tesgaden NP, & is famous for its high mtns, including the 3rd highest mtn in DE, Mt Watz-mann, & for Lake Hintersee. The church of Ramsau (Pfarrkirche St. Sebastian) is often on post cards
Murgese stallion, Adone. From southern Italy; the Murgese was developed in the Baroque era by crossing the highly influential, extinct Neapolitan with Barb and Arabian. The Neapolitan itself, rich with Andalusian influence, was also a major foundation of Lipizzaners. Once popular, the Murgese later almost went extinct. Reconstructed in the early 20th century, it is little known outside its region and has a small population, but is rigorously maintained. photo: Valeria Bonelli.
Create your own planet activity Allows students to creatively explore communities by establishing a population, Jobs, Natural Resources, Laws, and additional facts regarding their country before further engaging students by allowing them to illustrate this planet they have established.