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Week of Sept. 17-21. Act I, Scene 4. Monday, Sept. 17. Compare Mr. Frank’s and Mr. Van Daan’s reactions to the arrival of Albert Dussel . Which seems like the right way to respond? Why? . Fill out EXPLORE information. Today:. Mastery Lab

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Week of Sept. 17-21

Act I, Scene 4

Monday, Sept. 17

CompareMr. Frank’s and Mr. Van Daan’s reactions to the arrival of Albert Dussel. Which seems like the right way to respond? Why? 

Fill out EXPLORE information


Mastery Lab

Re-mastery tests (for those who scored 90 and above who want to improve their scores)

Re-takes (for those who scored below 90)

Tuesday, Sept. 18


Wednesday, Sept. 19

“I don’t want to have lived in vain like most people. I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met.”

~Anne Frank

What do you think this says about Anne’s character? Does it match your own view? Respond to the quote in a well developed paragraph.

Vocabulary Review Units 1-3

Read Act I, Scene 4

Thursday, Sept. 20

Choose three characters and describe how they react to Anne’s nightmare. Use evidence from the play to support your answer.

Drama Vocabulary

  • Monologue A long speech by a single character.

  • Act A major division of a play. (There are two acts in The Diary of Anne Frank.)

  • Scene A short section of a play that usually marks changes of time and place.

  • AntagonistA person or a situation that opposes another character’s goals or desires.

  • Character A personality or role an actor/actress re-creates.

  • Characterization The development and portrayal of a personality through thought, action, dialogue, costuming, and makeup.

  • Stage direction Notes included in a play, in addition to the dialogue, for the purpose of describing how something should be performed on stage.


Friday, Sept. 21

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