|描述：||xiv, 258 pages ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Teaching Holocaust literature : issues, caveats, and suggestions / Margaret A. Drew --
Incorporating fiction and poetry into a study of the Holocaust / Samuel Totten --
The Diary of Anne Frank : why I don't teach it / Elaine Culbertson --
Lessons/units of study. "Face to face" : the study of Friedrich, a novel about the Holocaust / Rebecca G. Aupperle --
Virtual community, real-life connections : a study of The island on Bird Street via an international reading project / Karen Shawn --
Analyzing short stories about the Holocaust via a multiple intelligences and reader-response approach ; "Written in pencil in the sealed railway-car" : incorporating poetry into a study of the Holocaust via a reader response theory activity / Samuel Totten --
The Babi Yar massacre : seeking understanding using a multimedia approach / William R. Fernekes --
Tapping the sensibilities of teens / Beth Dutton --
Choiceless choices and illusions of power : a study of Throne of straw in the Lodz Ghetto in an advanced placement English class / Carol Danks --
Entering the "night" of the Holocaust : studying Elie Wiesel's Night / Samuel Totten --
Appendix. Diminishing the complexity and horror of the Holocaust : using simulations in an attempt to convey historical experiences / Samuel Totten.
|責任：||edited by Samuel Totten ; foreword by Israel W. Charny.|
This book is comprised of eleven essays in which educators tell how they have successfully taught various pieces of Holocaust literature to their students at the secondary level (grades 7-12).