Here’s another Genocide project…different than ours, but it has good information about the 8 stages….
For your project….
Students will demonstrate an understanding of a specific Genocide and connect what happened to the 8 stages of genocide we learned about…
Students research a Genocide of their choice. In some cases, students will have difficulty making a connection to all of the 8 stages. At the very least, students should answer the following questions specific to their genocide…
-What was it? (did it have a name or what is it referred to as)
-Where did it happen?
-Why was it considered genocide?
-How long did it last?
-How many died?
-What effect did or does it have on the world?
-What can the average person do to help? -or- what could have the average person done to help?