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We support educators delivering meaningful and safe learning experiences with young people on the Holocaust.
Our team of experts have developed specialised free resources for educators aligned with the Australian curriculum.
We provide printable English and History online teaching tools including worksheets, lesson plans, guides and other Holocaust educational materials suitable for levels 9 and 10.
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Download a free sample: Holocaust film and literature guides
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Download our Holocaust book and film guides featuring titles curated by our specialist education team, providing guidance and insights into recommendations including The Pianist, The Zookeeper’s Wife, Schindler’s List, Jojo Rabbit, Anne Frank’s Diary, The Complete Maus and memoirs by Holocaust survivors from our museum community.
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