Learn about the origins, evolution, and persistence of antisemitism in European history. In this webinar, teachers will gain the knowledge and resources needed to help students better understand the trajectory and development of antisemitism.
When learning about World War II and the Holocaust, students often grapple with difficult questions, including: Where does antisemitism come from? How did the Holocaust happen? Usually, however, courses that address the Holocaust rarely discuss the long, 2,000-year-old history of antisemitism. This history is needed to fully understand the rise of Nazism and the perpetration of the Holocaust.
The National WWII Museum is proud to partner with the Institute for Curriculum Services (ICS) to offer this engaging workshop for educators that traces the evolution of European antisemitism from the pre-Christian era to the pre-WWII era. Using curriculum resources from both the ICS and The National WWII Museum, teachers will experience student activities and leave with ready-to-use resources to support their instruction.
To learn more about our partner, the Institute for Curriculum Resources, visit their website here.