Project Krakow is a unique range of student and teacher resources that will not only help to develop students understanding of the Holocaust, Auschwitz and Jewish life during WW2, but provide a comprehensive guide for students before and after their school trip to Krakow. It serves to explain the origins and development of Anti-Semitic feelings in Germany before WWII, the political doctrine that was formulated and the brutality of its implementation by the Nazi regime during WWII. The guide is built upon factual evidence and real life human stories from the period.
The tragedy of Auschwitz created by the Third Reich is a shocking topic and one of great sensitivity. Adaptable Travel will help students confront this significant part of WWII by supporting their experience with our Project Krakow Student Workbook-an innovative GCSE curriculum-led full colour printed workbook that every member of your group will receive, (plus a few spare copies for your classroom). This resource will enhance your school trip to Krakow whilst providing an invaluable classroom resource for extended projects based around WWII.
Teacher Handbook: This is a great accompaniment to the Student Workbook by giving answers to questions, guidance on Krakow trips, plus some great ideas for further activities both in Krakow and back in the classroom.
GCSE-focused Powerpoints: This will give clear learning objectives and outcomes and includes:
• Content from the student workbook, organised for teacher-led study so can be used in evening study sessions or back in school before/after the trip;
• Model answers and mark schemes to practice questions in addition to those in the Student Workbook;
• Teachers’ notes to accompany slides where required.