Curricula on the Holocaust, Antisemitism and Racism

The following bibliography of curricula was compiled by Josey G. Fisher, Bonni Kraus, and Nancy M. Messinger (rev. 12/09) and can be found on line at

Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation Institute, Yad Vashem. Echoes and Reflections: A Multimedia Reflection on the Holocaust. New York: Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation Institute, Yad Vashem, 2005. D804.33.E35 2005

Belsky, Gilbert, et al. The Holocaust: A Teacher Resource. Philadelphia: Instructional Services, School District of Philadelphia, 1977. #2867

Bernheim, Dina, et al. Holocaust Curriculum for 8th, 9th, and 10th Grades. West Caldwell, NJ: Jewish Education Association, 1982. #2838

Bolkosky, Dr. Sidney M., et al. Holocaust Curriculum: Life Unworthy of Life. Farmington Hill, MI: The Center for the Study of the Child, 1987. #4947

Comer, Deanne, et al. Teaching the Lessons of the Holocaust: A Curriculum Guide for Grades 4-6. Abington, PA: Abington School District, 1991 (rev.). #8407

Dagan, Batsheva. Helping Children to Learn about the Shoah. Suzanne Zetuni, editor. Britain: Centre for Jewish Education, 1987. #7765

Facing History and Ourselves. Holocaust and Human Behavior—Resource Book. Brookline, MA: Facing History and Ourselves, 1994. D810 J4 F33 1994

——The Jews of Poland. Brookline, MA: Facing History and Ourselves, 1998. DS 135 P6 F23 1998

Furman, Harry, et al. Holocaust and Genocide: A Search for Conscience. Vineland, FL: Vineland Public Schools, 1980. #2489.

Greenzweig, Gene. March of the Living, Recommended Curriculum. Miami, FL, 1992. #8217.

Grobman, Gary. The Holocaust: A Guide for Pennsylvania Teachers. Millersville, PA: Millersville University, 1990. D810.J4.G67 1990

Holocaust Course Syllabi – Volume 1. Philadelphia: National Institute on the Holocaust, 1978. #4708.

The Holocaust: A Resource Unit for Teachers. West Chester, PA: West Chester State College, 1978. #2359

The Holocaust: A Study of Genocide. New York: Board of Education, 1979. D810.J4.H642 1979

Holocaust Teacher Resource Center. Comprehensive Guides for Elementary—College Levels.

Kopell, Bonnie Jane. Proposed Curriculum on the Holocaust to be Included in the Eight Grade History Syllabus in the Schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Temple University, 1979. #1017

Kentucky Department of Education High School Curriculum Guide History+of+the+Holocaust+%E2%80%93+High+School+Curriculum+Guide.htm

Margolis, Peppy. Caring Makes a Difference: Responding to Prejudice, Genocide, and the Holocaust—A K-8 Curriculum. Lincroft, NJ: Brookdale Community College, 1990. #8012

Moricca, Susan J. Teaching the Holocaust through Picture Books. Voorhees, NJ: Voorhees Middle School, 2004. #18808

The Museum of Jewish Heritage.

New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education. The Holocaust and Genocide: The Betrayal of Humanity, Volumes 1 and 2. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education, 2003. DS 804.3 H6534 2003

——The Holocaust and Genocide Curriculum Guide (A) Grades K-8; (B) Grades 7-12; © Genocide. 1995. #11,121

Petrovello, Laura R. The Spirit that Moves Us: A Literature-Based Resource Guide on Teaching about the Holocaust & Human Rights – Grades Kindergarten through Four. Palermo, Maine: The Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine, 1994. DS 804.33 P47 1994

Quenk, Rachel, in association with the Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine. The Spirit that Moves Us: A Literature-Based Resource Guide on Teaching about the Holocaust & Human Rights, Volume II – For Grades Five through Eight. Gardiner, Maine: Tilbury House Publishers, 1997. DS 804.33 P47 1997

Rabinsky, Leatrice, B. and Carol Danks. The Holocaust: Prejudice Unleashed. Ohio: Ohio Council on Holocaust Education, 1989. #8430

Shawn, Karen. The End of Innocence: Anne Frank and the Holocaust. New York: International Center for Holocaust Studies, 1989. D804.3 S55 1989

Shawn, Karen and Keren Goldfrad, editors; William Younglove, associate editor. The Call of Memory: Learning about the Holocaust through Narrative – An Anthology. Teaneck, NJ: Ben Yehuda Press, 2008. D804.195 C35 2008

——The Call of Memory—Teacher’s Guide D804.195 C352 2008

Shear, Susan Prinz. No Way Out: Letters and Lessons of the Holocaust. CA: Silicon Valley Seminars, Inc., 1999. D804.33 S526 1999

——No Way Out: Readers Theatre. CA: Silicon Valley Seminar, 2000. D810 J5 S5 2000

Stillman, Lorry, in association with the Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine. The Spirit that Moves Us, Volume III: Using Literature, Art, and Music to Teach about the Holocaust at the Secondary and College Level. Gardiner, Maine: Tilbury House Publishers, 1994. D 804.33 P47 1994

Survival in Auschwitz: Curriculum for 12th Grade. Palm Beach, Florida.

University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies—Curriculum Models

Warren, Myrna Jean. Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl Curriculum Unit. Center for Learning, 1988. DS 135.N5. F73313, 1989.

Witnesses to the Holocaust Archive Curriculum (7th-12th Grades)

Witty, Emily. It is My Business: Selected History from 1933-1945. New York: Board of Jewish Education of New York, 2006. #19,100

Witty, Irwin. Teaching the Holocaust. Toronto, Ontario: Board of Jewish Education, 1979. #1146

A World of Difference: A Prejudice Reduction Program of the Anti-Defamation League. New York: Anti-Defamation League, 1986. #5182