Our school is the first dedicated performing and visual arts school in Savannah, Georgia. Students concentrate in one of the arts majors: Communication Arts, Dance, Instrumental and/or Vocal music, Theater Arts, and Visual Arts. 13% of students are socio-economic disadvantaged - 70% white, 15% African- American, 15% other. We have near 850 students. Our graduation rate is 99%. We have been rated a gold level school consistently every year by US News and World Reports. This year we are rated the third best high school in the state of Georgia, and 111th best rated high school in the country.
Freshmen students who are enrolled in English honors comp/lit will use technology to research the holocaust.
While in my class, students will use the requested Chromebooks to gather and evaluate information.
Students will conduct research creating original works, and they will use technology to communicate and work collaboratively.
Background information on the Holocaust will be given. Students will read a selection of texts along with memoirs written by Holocaust survivors. This will allow them to choose a topic based upon their interest researching and writing collaborating with their peers. Possible topics include a narrative from a resistance fighter, clergy, soldier, Nazi party member’s participation, or a child’s point of view.
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