Holocaust Learning UK wants to assure teachers that screening Out of the Darkness will be very straight forward and requires neither scene-setting nor concluding.
However, for those who are interested in further exploration arising from the screening, our Registered Users Page includes Teachers’ Support Notes for teachers who would like to include further preparation for students prior to the screening and more detailed follow up after the screening, [also available in pdf].
FOR WIDER LESSON/ASSEMBLY PLANNING AROUND THE HOLOCAUST
The Holocaust Educational Trust produces a wealth of stimulating and thought-provoking resources for teachers’ use; please click on the link below to access these:
The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust has a myriad of resources and information for teachers’ use in offering Holocaust Memorial related assemblies. Please click on the link below to access these:
FOR FURTHER INTEREST
AROUND THE WORLD
For an understanding of the international effort to create a memorial day to the Holocaust via the Stockholm Convention of 2000, and the subsequent Statement of Commitment, see the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust website here.
Identity-based persecution and victimisation regularly takes place around the world. For more information please see:
- HMDT Genocides Today
- Genocide Watch
- Hope Not Hate’s State of Hate reports
- Human Rights Watch
- Tell MAMA
- USHMM’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide