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Comprehensive look at a dark part of history-- useful for both teachers and students.

This site offers so much valuable information, is easy to navigate, and easy to read. There are lessons and information aligned to standards that are useful for classroom teachers. There are also plenty of links available for students as well. Besides first-hand accounts, and actually visiting the museum, this site is the next best thing. It works great as a stand alone resource in a classroom, but could also be used alongside any number of books dealing with the Holocaust that are often used at varying grade levels (The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, Number the Stars, The Diary of Anne Frank, Night, The Book Thief, etc.).
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The US Holocaust Memorial Museum website is a very detailed and informative site that allows students to understand this tragic time.

I think this website is a great primary source when teaching about the Holocaust. It allowed my students to get online, read, see, and understand the events that took place during World War II. The website is very easy to navigate and understand. Whether teaching in a whole group setting, small groups, or allowing to students to work individual, this website offers many opportunities to learn and understand the holocaust. I feel this website is the best place for students to really view and feel what happened during this time.
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Provides details of events, flims, and ralted amps of the Holocast.

I love this site. I like the way it allows the students to experience the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. while sitting in the classroom.
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This provides good incite and visuals on the Holocaust.

This is a very good and real site. It provides the students with content knowledge long with videos, pictures and writings from those who survived and even those who did not. It is a reality check for the students and aids my students in their assignment where they must write(they are given the person from a picture) from the point of view as one who actually lived during that time.
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Great site to help the understanding about the Holocaust.

I feel that this site is very detailed and informative about the Holocaust. It is a great site to use to gain more information.
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