Holocaust Museum Objectivity

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The Holocaust was a mass murdering during World War 2 when Adolf Hitler ordered nazis to kill all the Jews and during the Holocaust, around 6 million Jews were killed. The holocaust was one of the worst events in history because of how many innocent people, even if they were babies, kids, and elders were killed. Some informative or nonfiction articles include objectivity. Objectivity is when a text has statistics and facts. Subjective texts include opinions, point of views, and shows emotions. Most of subjective texts are usually texts that have different points of views. In the article “At the Holocaust Museum” by David Oliver Relin, There is a lot of objectivity and subjectivity. This is because it is showing the different points of views …show more content…

Some of these facts include what is in the museum and how many people died. Based on the article there are some parts that show information on the holocaust. There is no emotion shown when the narrator is talking about what happened. This means that there isn’t any subjectivity during those parts and instead it shows objectivity. Throughout the text, it is talking about all the things that happened during the holocaust. In the text, the central idea is that many innocent Jews died during the holocaust and that the holocaust museum shares the information about what happened. For instance, the narrators try to make an image so that you can see how it was like. They also say facts and statistics such as “6 million Jews and other victims who were systematically exterminated by Nazi Germany during World War II”. This shows the statistics of how many Jews were killed and slaughtered. The author uses word choice the get the audience's attention. They also can tell the facts to show the reader that it all happened. The author starts of the article with “You get the feeling that you're trapped, that something bad is about to happen.”. This is a good way to start off an article because it drags the reader in. The author then states some facts and statistics. Throughout the article there are some points of views of students who went to the museum and are sharing their experience. The article has many parts that show facts and statistics. The author shows it by using word choice, emotions, and central idea in

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