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A Lesson Plan for Teachers: Teaching the Important Lessons Number the Stars

so sad . It is estimated that 11 million people were killed during the Holocaust. Six million of these were Jews. The Nazis killed approximately two-thirds of all Jews living in Europe. An estimated million children were murdered in the Holocaust.

"If we held one minutes silence for every victim of the holocaust... We would be silent for eleven and a half years"

"If we held one minutes silence for every victim of the holocaust. We would be silent for eleven and a half years" Wow - Irvin

In order to teach about the vast number of Holocaust victims I have my students count rice. One grain represents one victim. Powerful message.

In order to teach about the vast number of Holocaust victims I have my students count rice. One grain represents one victim. ( I am doing this for a project)

No-Prep novel study for "Number the Stars", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award winning novel by Lois Lowry in your classroom while encouraging critical reading skills.$

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No-Prep novel study for "Number the Stars", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award winning novel by Lois Lowry in your classroom while encouraging critical reading skills.$

This is a lesson plan for the book "Number the Stars" by Lois Lowry after we had read the book. I did this for an observation and it went over very well. This includes the lesson plan, worksheet and my model that I had shown the students. A split open mind compares a character to a specific period of time.

Number the Stars - Split Open Mind Graphic Organizer w/Lesson Plan

This is a lesson plan for the book "Number the Stars" by Lois Lowry after we had read the book. I did this for an observation and it went over very well. This includes the lesson plan, worksheet and my model that I had shown the students. A split open mind compares a character to a specific period of time.

A heart-wrenching teaching unit for Lois Lowry's children's novel Number the Stars. 100+ pages of activities that are sure to engage upper elementary students, middle school students, and high school English students. Plot, Conflict, Characters, Writing Journals, Pop Quizzes, Vocabulary, Figurative Language, Activities, Poem Analysis, Essay lesson plans by Created for Learning

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