40.Where was this written? It is an iron gate in the entrance.
41.How does Elie Wiesel describe himself as a boy? He was timid, frightened 42.Who did Elie Wiesel stay alive for and why? He stayed alive for his father, 43.What does Elie Wiesel say they lived inside of? He says they lived inside 44.Identify some of Dr. Mengele’s experiments. 45.Name the items protected behind glass. 46.What was Zyklon B used for before WWII? To kill insects, and then they 47.How many people had died at Auschwitz by the time it closed? About 1.1 48.As Elie Wiesel and Oprah are looking at the shoes what comments are made? 49.How many Jews died during the Holocaust? 5.4- 5.8 million Jews died. 50.Why was their hair taken from them? It was taken for industrial purposes 51.Fill-in the blanks regarding the ancient legend Elie speaks about: 52.“The death of one child makes no sense. The death of millions what sensecould it make?
We Remember! After Comprehending and Responding 1.Consider how the texts you explored in Lesson 3.1 and the video of Elie Wiesel and Oprah relate to the concepts of social criticism and conformity. /10 marks
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