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History of Israel: Theodor Herzl

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Grades: 6-Adult      The History of Israel Series is a resource for teaching about the State of Israel's evolution, development, and history. Each History of Israel lesson offers students an opportunity to study a period in time, an event, a person, or a situation facing Israel.

There are twelve History of Israel lessons on the following topics.

  1. Balfour Declaration
  2. David Ben Gurion
  3. Birth of Israel
  4. Five Aliyot
  5. Theodor Herzl
  6. Kibbutz
  7. Rav Kook
  8. Land of Jews From All Over the World
  9. Golda Meir
  10. The Six-Day War
  11. Henrietta Szold
  12. The West Bank
  13. Teacher's Guide

The History of Israel: Theodor Herzl lesson allows students to focus on the founder of Political Zionism. In 1891, Herzl was a reporter at the Dreyfus trial, and that experience of anti-Semitism triggered his Zionism. In many ways, his biography provides an opportunity to trace the roots of modern Zionism as a response to European antisemitism. This lesson uses Herzl’s biography to give students a chance to think about issues of identity and Zionist history and apply some of those concepts to their own lives.

When you purchase this lesson, you will receive a link to download it. Make as many copies as you need for your school and only your school. Downloaded materials are not returnable.

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    History of Israel: Theodor Herzl

    $15.50 USD

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