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The Devil's Arithmetic Study Guide
Click here to Download a copy of the WebQuest Worksheet. The following sites offer some important background for students reading the novel. Students should use the sites below to complete the WebQuest handout and to explore issues related to the Holocaust. This site may also be used as supplemental resource for the reading of this novel. Students with questions relating to issues encountered within the novel may find related answers here. Plan on spending some time at this site. Extremely informative.
Tired of hearing her older relatives talk about the past, throughout the novel Hannah is taught about the importance of remembering the history of where one comes from. During a Passover Seder Hannah is transported to Poland in the year There, she is sent to a Nazi concentration camp after symbolically opening the door for the prophet Elijah. At the camp, Hannah is believed to be a girl named Chaya Abramowicz. Hannah recognizes her future Aunt and Uncle while at the camp. She endures the horrors of the Holocaust and, upon returning to the present day, recounts her story to her Aunt and Uncle.
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The Devil's Arithmetic
There is so much that I am able to teach while we read this novel. I would like to share a few of our activities. You may want to consider having students read these first chapters independently or with a reading partner. Whatever you do, do NOT give up on the plot. Once you hit the end of chapter seven, your students will beg you to keep reading!