Reflection: Performance Tasks Maus Chapter 6: The Tale of the Two Vladeks - Section 4: Wrap up: How can Vladek be Both a Victim and a Murderer?

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Maus Chapter 6: The Tale of the Two Vladeks

Unit 3: Impact of History on Identity and Culture
Lesson 11 of 14

Objective: SWBAT evaluate the conflicting motivations of a character by analyzing the Vladeks' choices in the two timelines in Maus.

Big Idea: Optimist? Pessimist? Victim? Murderer? Students examine the impact of surviving The Holocaust on Vladek.

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