Adolf Hitler

Our Adolf Hitler lesson plan teaches students about Adolf Hitler and his impact on the world as he led Germany and was responsible for millions of deaths during the Holocaust. Students learn about his early life, his rise to power, and more.

Our Adolf Hitler lesson plan introduces students to Adolf Hitler and his impact on the world as he led Germany and was responsible for millions of deaths during the Holocaust. Most students will have heard of Hitler but may not fully understand the negative impact he had on people’s lives during World War II. This lesson may be used in conjunction with other lessons relates to World War II, the Nazi Party, and the Holocaust. During this lesson, students are asked to discuss central questions about Hitler and his rise to power in groups. Students are also asked to place the events of Adolf Hitler’s life in chronological order.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify Adolf Hitler, identify his impact on the world, and list other facts about his life.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.3, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.6.2

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subject

Social Studies

grade-level

5th Grade, 6th Grade

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    SP
    05/14/2021
    Shawna P.
    US US
    Great reading and discussion questions!

    The reading is written in a way for students to easily understand the material. The discussion questions included were very engaging. I used them in groups and then a share out to the class, and they students were very into the topics and enjoyed discussing.

    JG
    02/12/2021
    Jessica G.
    US US
    Great Resource!

    Valuable information about a fascinating human being.

    EP
    04/17/2020
    Elize P.
    US US
    Africa

    we are in the process of reading Africa

    CS
    11/15/2019
    Caitlyn S.
    US US
    Adolf ******

    The students loved it.!

    T
    07/19/2019
    Tina
    Great Resource

    good resource, some word choices will have to be addressed depending on grade level