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									     2003 AASL National
         Conference
      October 24, 2003
  Interdisciplinary Approach to the
               Holocaust:
  “The Children of Willesden Lane”

Dr. Jane Foley, Milken Family Foundation, jfoley@mff.org
         Mona Golabek, Hold On To Your Music,
                Holdon2yourmusic@aol.com
       Cynthia Montoya, Green Valley High School,
                 cynthiam@interact.ccsd.net
“The Children of Willesden
Lane”
Mona Golabek
Study Guide and Music CD
www.mff.org
“The Children of Willesden
Lane”
Facing History and Ourselves




         www.facing.org
Hold On To Your Music




             For more information,
             contact:
             Hold On To Your Music
             Holdon2yourmusic@aol.c
             om
             Jackie Maduff, secretary
             310-837-4999
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Reading 1

• Identity in a Time of Change
• Defining a “Universe of Obligation”
• Reporting Kristallnacht
• Listen to Chopin’s Prelude in E after
  reading pages 9 and 10
• Students write about connections
• Research possibilities are endless
  for this time period
              K-12 Bibliography
List of books rich in “Universe of Obligation”
Discussions




   Touching Spirit Bear          by Ben
   Mikaelsen
What Students Say


“The Children of Willesden Lane brings
an awful time in history to life through
the eyes of a teenage girl. It gets you
attached to the characters and makes you
feel what they feel. The book also
teaches you a few important life lessons
along the way – follow your dreams, be
dedicated to them, and stay true to
yourself.”
What Teachers Say

“I read this wonderful book twice. It will
be an excellent centerpiece of an
integrated unit dealing with music,
history, and human prejudice.”

David Neves
2002 Rhode Island Teacher of the Year
1991 Rhode Island Milken Educator
“The Children of Willesden Lane”


     Jane Foley, jfoley@mff.org
           Mona Golabek,
      Holdon2yourmusic@aol.com
          Cynthia Montoya,
      cynthiam@interact.ccsd.net

								
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