The lesson focuses on three major topics: English language (English for Art and Design), Visual Literacy, and Holocaust education. The lesson introduces students to a personal story of the Holocaust survivor. Students learn about the visual elements (color, lines, shapes, etc.) as the impactful narrative devices used to convey the ideas and attitudes that underpinned the experience of the persecuted Jews. In the course of the lesson students explore how illustration and motion graphics reinforce the personal narratives of the Holocaust survivors.
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