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January 06, 1984 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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Friday, January 6, 1984 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Holocaust Teaching, Learning Aids Available at ADL

NEW YORK — The
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The two-volume work — a
curriculum guide and an
anthology for students —
published by the ADL, ,was
prepared under the auspices
of the New Jersey Depart-
ment of Education in coop-
eration with ADL. It
evolved from a pilot pro-
gram initiated by ADL six
years ago in the Vineland
and Teaneck, N.J., high
schools.
Designed to sensitize stu-
dents to the evils and conse-
quences of bigotry, the vol-
umes, already in use in New
Jersey high schools, are
being made available to
educational institutions
throughout the country.

The curriculum guide
is an 184-page paperback
which provides teachers
with a comprehensive set
of study plans and teach-
ing activities for ap-
proaching the Holocaust
and genocide, either as
separate courses or inte-
grated into other courses
of study, an annotated
bibliography and
sources of audiovisual
instructional aids.
Its companion volume, a
217-page paperback and an-
thology, consists of selec-
tions of relevant fictional,
non-fictional and poetic
works and illustrations on
the Holocaust from diverse
sources, including Nobel
Prize winners, survivors
and their Nazi persecutors.
The volumes are avail-
able by calling the ADL De-
troit office, 962-9686.

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would require a Jewish
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Stern said his organiza-
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of the Jewish religion. He
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designed to minimize "get"
problems without violating
constitutional principles.

Desert Plans
Are Topic of
Engineer Parley

TEL AVIV (JNI) — De-
velopment of the desert and
other sparsely populated
areas was one of the topics
discussed by the more than
400 delegates who attended
the sixth World Congress of
Engineers and Architects in
Israel last month.
The international confer-
ence also addressed the on-
going.construction of Negev
airbases after the rede-
ployment of troops from the
Sinai in 1981, the possible
effects of the linkage of a
Mediterranean-Dead Sea
railway system and coal as
an alternative energy
source.

Pes-
Igor
Michael
chlowsky is the real name of
Mike Nichols.

Haifa U. Hosts Seminar
for Rehabilitation of Blind

HAIFA — Christoffel
Blindenmission, the
German-based interna-
tional organization for the
rehabilitation of the blind,
recently concluded an
eight-week seminar at
Haifa University in Israel.
The course, which began
last fall, was held in con-
junction with the univer-
sity's Center for Rehabilita-
tion and Human Develop-
ment. The University of
Haifa is the only Israeli
school currently conducting
research in this field.
Participants in the course
included groups of rehabili-
cation professionals from
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work environments and the
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