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To Honor All Children – Holocaust Curriculum for 5th-8th Grades
This resource is a FREE resource to promote Holocaust education. This resource is from the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education
This is a 5th-8th Grade Holocaust / Genocide Curriculum
This resource will teach students about the life of Samuel Morse his role in developing the telegraph. After reading the informational article, students will complete two worksheets to assess the comprehension of the material. On a third worksheet (short answer) students will be asked expanded learning and critical thinking questions. Answer keys provided.
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (30 pages)
Excerpt from the book: Alexander Graham Bell – teacher, scientist, inventor, gentleman – was one whose life was devoted to the benefit of mankind with unusual success. Known throughout the world as the inventor of the telephone, he also made other inventions and scientific discovers of first importance, greatly advanced the methods and practices for teach the deaf and came to be admired and loved throughout the world for his accuracy of thought and expression.
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (427 pages)
About the book: Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an American inventor, scientist, and businessman who developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, the stock ticker, electric power, recorded music, the mechanical vote recorder and the light bulb, among many others. This biography discusses many facets of Edison’s life such as his boyhood years in Port Huron, Michigan, his time as a young telegraph operator, his time working and inventing in Boston, his inventing of the stock ticker, the phonograph, the telephone, the microphone, and the light bulb. You will learn of his world wide search for a supply of filament, and many details of his life not covered in other works of his life.