In Our Voices | Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition (Grades 7+)

 

Virtual Field Trip

This narrated experience guides students through an investigation of the Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition, exploring the history of the Holocaust as told through the personal belongings, photographs, historical records, and stories of local survivors and eyewitnesses. At the end of each of four tour segments, students will engage with discussion questions and activities that invite students to reflect on the history learned and connections to our world today. The Virtual Field Trip is meant to be used either in a virtual classroom or watched individually by students.

VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP INCLUDES:

  • Asynchronous Learning Experience
  • Four Pre-Recorded Tour Segments each less than 20 minutes
  • Detailed Glossaries of Key Terms
  • Meaningful Reflection Questions

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS:

  • Live Survivor or 2nd Generation Speaker OR Interactive Survivor Stories Experience
  • Live Question and Answer Session with a Museum Docent
More Information

Length:

  • Narrated Tour: Approximately one hour, in four parts (each less than 20 minutes)
  • Live Survivor or 2nd Generation Speaker OR Interactive Survivor Stories Experience – 45 minutes
  • Live Question & Answer Session with a Museum Docent at the completion of the entire tour – 20 minutes

Time:

  • Narrated tour: On your own schedule.
  • Live Add-Ons: Scheduled between 9am – 3pm daily. Evenings and weekends are available by request.

Group Size:

  • Narrated Tour: Unlimited
  • Live Add-Ons: 290 student maximum

Cost per student:

  • Tour Only: $3
  • Virtual Field Trip with Optional Add-Ons:
    • $5 July – October
    • $6 November – December
    • $8 January – June

On-Site Field Trip

Through guided investigation of the Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition, students explore the history of the Holocaust as told through the personal belongings, photographs, historical records, and stories of local survivors and eyewitnesses. Transforming history into lessons for today, the tour invites students to consider the power of choice, responsibility, citizenship, and human rights, and to discover what influences our decisions to act as bystanders or Upstanders in response to inhumanity.

Your tour may also include visits to other Museum exhibitions:

  • Special Exhibition Galleries
  • Act of Art Gallery
  • Due to Covid-19 and the safety of our Speakers’ Bureau, the interactive Survivor Stories Experience will not be scheduled.
More Information

Length:

  • 3 hours

Times:

  • 9:30
  • 10:30
  • 11:30
  • 2:00 weekdays
  • 11:00 weekends

Group Size:

  • 160 students maximum

Cost per student:

  • $5 July – October
  • $6 November – December
  • $8 January – June
 
 
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