Articles by George Cassutto:
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My (1997) summer reading has consisted of Edward Linenthal's book Preserving Memory: The Struggle To Create America's Holocaust Museum.
I hope you'll take a look at my review of this fascinating work. If you have ever visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the book may be of interest to you.
Additionally, I have posted a lesson plan entitled "The History of the Holocaust From A Personal Perspective." The lesson contains a series of activities for the secondary Holocaust Educator. I hope you'll review and criticize the lesson via e-mail.
can also see it on the Microsoft Encarta lesson Plan site as well!
An article entitled Social
Studies and the World Wide Web has also been posted here. It was
delivered at the Connected Classroom Conference as a presentation on using
the Internet in Social Studies instruction. Your feedback is welcome!
learning is not just for kids. In 1995, I helped Nicole Ellefson of the
University of Michigan develop a web page for the LETSnet
Project. Click on the link
with my name at left once the page has loaded.
A recent trip to Washington, DC with my Dutch cousin David yielded this web site: The Monuments of Washington, DC- A Virtual Field Trip
Thanks to the National Park Service for their information,
and to Lee A. and Rob M. for working so hard on the project. I hope you'll
take a look!
Please read and respond:
Posted August 31, 1997: On The Death of Princess
Diana: A Family E-mail Exchange
Posted March 30, 1997: An Essay On Dealing With Tragedy and the Internet: The Heaven's Gate Cult
An essay on the destruction of TWA Flight 800 July 17, 1996
Thoughts on the Oklahoma City Bombing April, 1995
curriculum vitae for George Cassutto has been made available.