Yugoslavia Timeline – Miljenko Hajdarović

After setting the basic chronological framework, students can follow the development of political and social processes in Yugoslavia, thus creating environment for further research of a chosen topic. The lesson is designed as an introduction to the topic of Yugoslavia in the 8th grade of primary school, or when students are first presented with the topic.

Traces of the Past at the Door of the Present – Tihana Magaš

Traces of the Past at the Door of the Present is an exhibition of objects from the Homeland War the students collected, archived and catalogued on their own. They also designed and implemented the whole exhibition at the Exhibition Hall of the National Museum in Zadar in the Prince’s Palace from September 2013 to January 2014.

The study of Totalitarianism – Jelena Došlov

The aim of this lesson plan is to introduce students to the concept of totalitarian thought, its survival in various historical periods and in different areas. This lesson plan include specific ideas of political philosophy by analyzing the thoughts of Plato, Hegel, Nietzsche, Lenin and Iqbal in correlation with thoughts about totalitarianism in philosophy of Hannah Arendt.

The social crisis and the defeat of Yugoslavia – The breakup of the common state – Branislav Tođer

Students are introduced the students to recent past and events that have not yet been clarified. Students are able to make connections between events which took place in the country and world events. Though this lesson plan they will understand interpersonal and interethnic relations in the former Yugoslavia.

The Short life Quiz and Exercises – Mirela Nenadović and Helena Roštaš

This quiz and exercises is related to life of Anne Frank and her family. The central part of this lesson plan is the movie Short life of Anne Frank and the final part is the ten-minute quiz with multiple choice questions related to the movie.

Searching for a better life – Besnik Emini

This lesson plan is about the movement of people in order to find a better place for living. It is about people who leave their native countries for many reasons. This lesson plan is relevant to the current time because all over the Europe there are a lot of people who are coming as emigrants, living their countries because of political instability, wars, economic crisis, etc.

Refugees are not numbers – Mišo Dokmanović

Apart from the standard contents and topics related to the dissolution of Yugoslavia such as the rise of nationalism of the ethnic wars, this lecture will examine an often neglected issue related to the fate of the refugees and displaced persons in the Yugoslav conflicts. According to UN High Commissioner for Refugees almost 3 million people were forced to leave their homes in former Yugoslavia during the decade of conflicts.

Position of immigrants from ex-Yugoslav countries in Slovenia – Monika Montanič

This lesson plan is covering everyday life of immigrants from ex-Yugoslav countries before and after Slovenia gained independence and it’s the introduction for discussion about position of citizens of other nationalities in other countries, specifically where the lesson plan will be held.

New Wave – Mirela Nenadović and Helena Roštaš

This lesson plan is covering the topic of new wave music scene that emerged in the former Yugoslavia at the turn of the 70s and 80s of the 20th century, social-subversive themes of lyrics of new wave music bands and the reaction they provoked in the part of the general public and state institutions.