Berlin '36: Film Guide

Berlin '36
Berlin '36

Ages

11–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

A film guide that looks at Berlin '36 (2009), a German drama showcasing the experience of two athletes in the lead-up to the Berlin-hosted 1936 Olympics, based on a true story.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including History, German, Politics, Human Rights and Physical Education in addition to highlighting themes surrounding historical events, sports, ethics, racism and prejudice, and foreign language films.

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Berlin '36 Film Guide

A short .pdf of activities focusing on Berlin '36.

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Supports

History

Citizenship

Human Rights

Languages

German

Politics

Physical Education

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