Addressing Anti-Semitism: Why and How? A Guide for Educators (PDF; external link)
Created by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and Yad Vashem, this guide emphasizes teaching students how to recognize and understand antisemitism.
Teaching Antisemitism (external link)
On the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education’s educator forum, one teacher explains her approach to teaching about antisemitism.
Historical Context in Holocaust Education (PDF; external link)
This guide by the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education provides a list of core concepts, including antisemitism, that should be covered when teaching about the Holocaust to grades 7–12. The section on antisemitism includes Christian anti-Judaism, 19th-century racial and political antisemitism, and antisemitic propaganda.
Anti-Semitism: Past and Present (external link)
Created by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), this lesson for grades 10–12 provides historical background on antisemitism and demonstrates that negative stereotypes continue today.
Remembering the Holocaust and Combating Xenophobia (external link)
This Yad Vashem lesson for grades 9–12 focuses on the racial antisemitic persecution of Jewish children during the Holocaust and its contemporary connections.
Anti-Semitism in Europe up to 1945 (PDF; external link)
Anti-Semitism: A Never-Ending Struggle? (PDF; external link)
Prejudices. You Too? (PDF; external link)
Created by the Anne Frank House and OSCE, these teaching materials focus on discrimination, racism, and antisemitism.
One Survivor Remembers: Antisemitism (external link)
Created by the Southern Poverty Law Center, this lesson excerpt from the testimony of Holocaust survivor Gerda Weissmann Klein relates to the history of antisemitism, propaganda, and Holocaust denial. It also links the past with contemporary antisemitism.
The Resilience of Anti-Semitism: The Lies of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (external link)
This ADL lesson for grades 9–12 focuses on the power of propaganda and how it perpetuates and spreads antisemitism.
Anti-Semitism and The Merchant of Venice: A Discussion Guide for Educators (PDF; external link)
This ADL unit on Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice explores antisemitism in 16th-century England and encourages discussion of antisemitism in literary works.