Interactive lesson “What is a genocide?” (for students of grades 9–11)
Audience: students of grades 9–11.
The lesson lasts for 45 minutes.
The lesson aim is to teach about the origin and meaning of the term “genocide”. During the lesson, a museum employee tells who is Raphael Lemkin and what the “Convention on the Prevention of the Crime of Genocide” is. Students are acquainted with the documents of 1932–33, analyze events in Ukraine at that time. In order to trace how exactly the implementation of genocidal laws was taking place, they are watch the Holodomor witnesses’ testimonies.
The objectives of this interactive lesson are:
- To teach analyzing the primary historical documents.
- To teach critical thinking, to form a personal attitude to history and to understanding its lessons.
- To develop the ability to analyze events, compare historical phenomena and processes, draw conclusions.
To register for the lesson, please call (044) 254-45-11.
The interactive lesson costs 80 UAH for a group of up to 5 people, 160 UAH for a group of up to 12 people, 230 UAH for a group of 13 to 20 people. The participants must also buy entrance tickets to the museum.