HOLODOMOR IN UKRAINE The Genocidal Famine 1932-1933: Learning Materials for Teachers & Students by Valentina Kuryliw
Join us to celebrate the launch of a new comprehensive teaching resource authored by Valentina Kuryliw, Director of Education for the Holodomor Research and Education Consortium. This resource features lesson plans, assignments and projects with straightforward sensible and basic information about the Famine.
Printed in full color, the richly illustrated book contains archival documents, timelines, maps, memoirs, photographs, eyewitness accounts, age-appropriate literary works, multimedia links and resource listings. The book is accessible, instantly useable and packed with ideas and photocopiable resources.
Valentina Kuryliw is a retired department head and a history and social studies teacher for the Toronto District School Board with over 35 years of teaching experience.
The daughter of Holodomor survivors, Kuryliw has advocated for the inclusion of the Holodomor in the Ontario curriculum, across Canada and beyond for more than a decade.
She promotes awareness of the Holodomor and human rights, develops and presents professional workshops for teachers across Canada and in the USA. This is her second book on teaching methodologies in history.