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Girl Power! How Young Women Impacted the Holocaust. Goals:. Learn about: new heroes (heroines) roles women played in the Holocaust Define and Identify: Perpetrator, Victim, Bystander, Upstander. The Perpetrator. A person who commits an illegal, criminal or evil act. The Victim.

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goals
Goals:
  • Learn about:

new heroes (heroines)

roles women played in the Holocaust

  • Define and Identify:

Perpetrator, Victim, Bystander, Upstander

the perpetrator
The Perpetrator
  • A person who commits an illegal, criminal or evil act
the victim
The Victim
  • A person who suffers from a destructive or injurious action of another

Gypsy prisoners at Belzec awaiting instructions

the bystander
The Bystander
  • A person who is present but not involved, an onlooker
the upstander
The Upstander
  • A person who is present and takes action to ensure a positive outcome

Soldiers liberate prisoner at Dachau

activity
Activity
  • Form into groups (Recorder, Researcher & Spokesperson)
  • Assigned an individual
  • Study the individual and summarize her story
  • Indicate the Perpetrator, Victim, Bystander, and Upstander
debrief
Debrief
  • Spokesperson will tell their Individual’s summary
  • Spokesperson will identify the Perpetrator, Victim, Bystander, and Upstander in their story
discuss
Discuss

What would you do?

what makes a
What makes a…
  • Perpetrator
  • Victim
  • Bystander
  • Upstander

(similarities and characteristics)

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