G7-G9 Learning English is the first learning English program developed to enable the users of Android Smart phone and Tablets (teachers, students, parents and other English learners) to get the documents for their teaching and learning without any charge. This program is produced for the purpose to provide equal opportunity to the English learners both in city and rural. G7-G9 Learning English includes the documents related to English curriculum from Grade 7-9 of Ministry of Education Youth and Sport such as Audios of "English is Fun" (EiF) programs from Grade 7-9, Textbooks, Teacher's Guide Books, Sample lesson plans, Audios of tapescripts for English Grade 7-9, Video demonstration lesson and so on. All English learners can download EiF program for self study purpose only. This program under the copyright of BBC Media Action, is not allowed to distribute for the profitable purpose. Those who breach the copyright will be legally responsible. G7-G9 Learning English co-produced by Ministry of Education Youth and Sport and Education Support Center "KIZUNA" based on the fund from The Nippon Foundation.Get Android app here: https://goo.gl/EpvhHiDownload E-books:English is Fun Book 1English is Fun Book 2English is Fun Book 3English is Fun Book 4English is Fun Book 5English is Fun Book 6English Grade 7 (Teacher's Guide Book English | Khmer)English Grade 8 (Teacher's Guide Book English | Khmer)English Grade 9 (Teacher's Guide Book English | Khmer)Download Audios:English is Fun: Grade 7English is Fun: Grade 8English is Fun: Grade 9English Grade 7
The Stages of Genocide Toolkit contains six case studies of historical genocide:• Armenian Genocide• Genocide in Cambodia• Genocide in Guatemala• The Holocaust• Genocide of Native Americans in the United States• Genocide in RwandaThese specific case studies were chosen for their wide geographic range and their place in modern historical chronology. It is important to note that these genocides are not the only examples of genocide that one can find throughout history, nor do the authors of this toolkit consider them to be “worse” or more important than those that are not included in this toolkit. We believe strongly that there is no place for a “hierarchy of suffering” in genocide education. Additionally, these summaries are not meant to be comprehensive histories of each genocide. They were written to align with Dr. Gregory Stanton’s Ten Stages of Genocide and as such, there are many historical details that are not included in the summaries.
This unit is shaped by four fundamental questions that have shaped each lesson: What is genocide? Who were the people before they became victims? How did genocide occur? How do we remember a genocide? In asking these questions about four genocides of the 20th century, the purpose of this unit is to encourage critical thinking in students to explore the concept of genocide and analyze some of the common themes seen across multiple genocides. This unit challenges students to find value and meaningful lessons in the study of genocide and how memory and the understanding of genocides of the past can empower them to act against hatred today.