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  • To begin, I am writing this script to introduce a unit...
  • Hi students! Today, I will be introducing one of the most infamous string of events in human history. Introduced by dictator Adolf Hitler as The Final Solution, the Holocaust cost 6 million human lives, and the humanity of many. (insert image of survivors here)
  • Your goal in this unit is to analyze and determine three things-- ethos, logos, and pathos from documents explaining the events that happened, as well as some letters from the Survivor perspective. (show image of survivor here, show image of letter as well)
  • These people went through unspeakable tragedies, and so what do YOU think your main focus is going to be? That’s right, the pathos, or emotional perspective. You want your viewer to really feel what you are saying, and you want them to feel empathetic to your cause. Your goal here is to ensure that an unspeakable tragedy like this one never happens again-- think about other things that may be similar to the Holocaust, like the Rwandan genocide. (pictures of that genocide). Think about the recency of these events. Think about some legislation that may have been proposed recently to target certain groups of people, and think about how something like this may happen, or has happened again. Get your viewer to understand.
  • Please DO the following-- show lots of images, read directly from the letters of survivors, and show emotions. Please DO NOT do the following-- just show one slide, or yourself, show no emotion in your voice, or have no images. Think about what would make you want to do something, think about what would provoke a response in you. Simply reading from a sheet of paper will not do the trick, and it certainly will not provoke a response if you have no emotion. Really show images that will shock the viewer, read passages that will cause someone to tear up, and perhaps put a clip in your own video from another video provided on the website.
  • Another goal is to provide a “call-to-action”. What can the viewer of your video do to help prevent something like this? BE CREATIVE! Submit your completed video to YouTube, and email it to me. Happy researching! Make me cry!”
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