Mapping the Holocaust in the Sephardic World
Erika Kounio Amariglio
From Thessaloniki to Auschwitz and Back. Memories of a Survivor from Thessaloniki
Questions of for Session I
• Important Dates (see timeline)?
• Places (Thessaloniki, somewhere in Yugoslavia etc)
• Internal Movement (within Thessaloniki, within Auschwitz)
• Type of transportation (by train, on foot)
• Family members: who was with Erika?
• Types of prisoners (political prisoners, Roma, etc.)
• Relationships with other prisoners?
•Levels of Fear and Hope?
Three basic elements:
Spatial thinking uses representation to help us remember, understand, reason, and communicate about the properties of and relationships between objects represented in space.
Objects can be concrete things or abstract concepts.
Functions of Spatial Thinking