Teaching Tools

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Aryanization of Jewish Businesses, Persecution, and Migration to America During National Socialism

Aryanization of Jewish Businesses, Persecution, and Migration to America During National Socialism

Suggested framework for an extra unit with two sessions (two ninety-minute class periods) for a bilingual advanced history course (Sekundarstufe II, bilingualer Geschichts-Leistungskurs) on Inhaltsfeld 5: Die Zeit des Nationalsozialismus - Voraussetzungen, Herrschaftsstrukturen, Nachwirkungen und Deutungen Continue »

Exploring German-American Business Biographies through www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org

Exploring German-American Business Biographies through www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org

A History Resource for Teachers and Students Continue »

Female Entrepreneurship in the United States

Female Entrepreneurship in the United States: German-American Businesswomen from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century

Suggested framework for a short unit consisting of four sessions in an upper-level undergraduate/ graduate course in German-American Studies, Gender Studies, German-American History, Business and Entrepreneurship Studies Continue »

German-Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the United States
From the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Post-World War II Era

German-Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the United States From the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Post-World War II Era

Sample teaching plan for a multi-theme unit in an upper-level undergraduate course in American history, German history, Jewish history, ethnic studies, the history of migration, or immigrant entrepreneurship Continue »

Jigsaw Activity: Henrich Miller (1702-1782)

Jigsaw Activity: Henrich Miller (1702-1782)

Lesson plan for a jigsaw activity using the Henrich Miller biography. Continue »

Migration to America and German-Immigrant Entrepreneurship During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Migration to America and German-Immigrant Entrepreneurship During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Suggested framework for an intensive, five-session extra unit (45-minute class periods) for an advanced English class (Gymnasium) on the themes of Migration / Immigration to the U.S. / German Immigrants / Immigrant Biographies / The American Dream Continue »