I will be teaching International History this year. I will cover the Holocaust. I am a little confused by the Syllabus. What are the "different approaches historians adopt." Is it referring to the Traditional, Revisionist and Post Revisionist approaches? Are there others? By this I am wondering if there are specific elements that the students must consider in order to apply the evidence gathered from the different essays or is it just an interpretation based on the different perspectives of the various participants such as the victims, the perpetrators, the liberators, the general population (conformists and activists)? Help!