Activities include character and theme analysis. Students use the Internet to research information about the Holocaust. They focus on Wiesel’s style and how he relates historical events to the text and interprets images. Students identify figures of speech and irony. They work to understand stereotypes and scapegoats.Supplementary materials include a detailed study guide, an objective test, essay questions, and a list of culminating activities.Literary Form World Memoir21st-Century Skills Collaboration Critical thinking Social and cross-cultural skills Leadership and responsibilityOverviewNight/emis a memoir by a Nobel-Prize winning author who survived Auschwitz during World War II, when he was a teenager. After his escape from a concentration camp and a ten-year silence, he decided to document the inescapable past. The result is his account of the inhumanity of the genocide faced by European Jews during World War II. He focuses on the destructive effects of prejudice and the capacity of human beings to perpetrate and survive atrocities. He stresses the importance of never forgetting the Holocaust.Includes 10 lesson plans and 24 handouts.Grades 9dash;12. High school. Reproducible. 69 pages. ;shy;Book Download: PDF. Adobe Reader required to view PDF.Print Book: Spiral-bound. 8 x 11 inches.