The Diary of Anne Frank. My Secret Hiding Place. What's in your bag?. Imagine you must leave your home immediately and can only use the backpack or gym bag you use everyday for school to pack as many things as possible. What would you take? Draw pictures of the items you can’t live without.
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My Secret Hiding Place
What's in your bag?
Imagine you must leave your home immediately and can only use the backpack or gym bag you use everyday for school to pack as many things as possible. What would you take? Draw pictures of the items you can’t live without.
Communication with friends
Imagine you have to go into hiding. You can’t use your cell phone, computer, telephone, or even mail a letter. What would you do to stay in touch with others?
Imagine your only friend to be your diary.What would your introduction be in your first diary entry regarding you having to go into hiding?
The Diary of Anne Frank
On 11 July 1942 Anne Frank wrote in her diary:
“Daddy, Mummy and Margot can’t get used to the sound of the Westertoren clock yet, which telles us the time every quarter of an hour. I can. I loved it from the start, and especially in the night it’s like a faithful friend.”
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The secret annexe
The bookcase that covered the secret doorway to the annexe.
The van Pels’s room which was also the kitchen.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Margot’s room
Anne and Mr. Pfeffer’s room
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Margot, Mr. Frank, Anne, and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Margot’s call up papers
The van Pels
Peter van Pels
Mrs. van Pels
Mr. van Pels
From left to right; Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, Otto Frank, Victor Kuger, and Bep Voskuijl.
Inside the office
Mr. Frank’s office
The Diary of Ann Frank
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Author: Margene Rogers
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