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bell work monday jan 2
Bell work: Monday, Jan. 2

Someone to Share my Thoughts and my Dreams….

Someone who knows all my good and all my bad…

and loves me anyway…

Part of what makes being a part of the human race so special is the relationships that we create with other people.

Take some time to make a record of one very special moment that you have shared with another person.

what are we going to do today
What are we going to do today?

Bell work

Review classroom expectations

Pretest

Vocabulary

Read The Diary of Anne Frank

pre assessment
Pre-Assessment

During the next few weeks we will be studying the life of a young girl named Anne Frank through excerpts of her diary, poems, and a play.

At the end of the unit, we will take a summative test; by taking a pre-test, you will be able to see your progress.

Let’s Begin!

vocabulary group one
Vocabulary ~ Group One
  • Act A major division of a play.
  • Actor/Actress A male or female person who performs a role in a play, work of theatre, or movie.
  • Autobiography A story of a person’s life, written by that person.
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Biography The story of a person’s life, written by someone other than that person.

  • 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.
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Costume Clothing worn by an actor on stage during a performance.

  • Flashback Interruption of the chronological sequence of a literary work and presents an event that occurred at a later date.
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Memoir a type of autobiography that focuses on one incident or period in a person’s life.

  • Scene A short section of a play that usually marks changes of time and place.
  • enhance-to make greater
vocabulary group one1
Vocabulary ~ Group One
  • ban- to forbid; outlaw; prohibit
  • superficial- lacking deep meaning; shallow; unimportant or unnecessary
  • perturb- to disturb greatly
bell work wednesday jan 4
Bell work: Wednesday, Jan. 4
  • Who is the kindest person you know? Describe that person.
  • How kind are you? What is the kindest thing you've ever done? How could you improve, to make yourself kinder?
anne frank s early life
Anne Frank’s Early Life
  • Full name: Annelies Marie Frank
  • Born: June 12, 1929
  • The writings from the two years she spent in such close proximity to her family was discovered and published by her father, Otto Frank and continue to touch people today.
the frank family
The Frank Family
  • She was born in Frankfurt, Germany; her family emigrated to Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
  • When Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, the Frank family immediately realized that it was time to flee.
  • Otto later said, "Though this did hurt me deeply, I realized that Germany was not the world, and I left my country forever."
life as a jew
Life As A Jew
  • All Jews were required to
    • wear a yellow star
    • turn it their bicycles
    • do their shopping between 3 and 5 PM
    • go to only Jewish owned Barber Shops and Beauty Parlors
    • attend Jewish Schools
    • not aloud outside after dark (even in their own yard)
    • had to give up jewelry and valuables
her diary
Her Diary
  • On June 12, 1942, Frank's parents gave her a red checkered diary for her 13th birthday.
  • She wrote her first entry, addressed to an imaginary friend named Kitty, that same day: "I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.“
going into hiding
Going into Hiding

Weeks later, on July 5, 1942, Margot received an official summons to report to a Nazi work camp in Germany.

The very next day, on July 6, 1942 the family went into hiding in makeshift quarters in an empty space at the back of Otto Frank's company building, which they referred to as the Secret Annex.

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They were accompanied in hiding by Otto's business partner Hermann van Pels as well as his wife, Auguste, and son, Peter.

  • Otto's employees Kleiman and Kugler, as well as Jan and MiepGies and BepVoskuijl, provided food and information about the outside world.
bell work thursday jan 5
Bell work: Thursday, Jan. 5
  • Anne Frank says, "…the mean Anne comes to the outside and the good Anne stays on the inside…"
  • Write a journal entry where you describe the you that is on the outside, the one people see. Then, describe the you that is on the inside, that most people do not ever see.
bell work friday jan 6
Bell work: Friday, Jan. 6

Anne Frank says, "I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are really good at heart."

You know that history books, and the newspapers and television, are full of terrible things. Are people good at heart? Is anyone all evil? Is anyone all good? Feel free to give examples, from your own life, from the news, or from history.

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Act I Scene 1-2

  • Mr. Frank tells Anne, "There are no walls, there are no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind" (379). He is speaking metaphorically. What does he mean? Do you agree? Support your opinion with examples from your own knowledge or experiences.
  • The first segment of writing establishes characters. Choose two characters, write three descriptive adjectives after each character's name, and discuss how Goodrich and Hackett develop these characters
  • Act I Scene 3
  • Each member of the Van Daan family has a weakness. Choose a character, identify his / her weakness, prove it in a CD, and predict how this weakness will affect the goal of the group.
  • List the major conflicts so far developed in the play. Label these as internal or external. Connect one of these conflicts to the greater outside conflict, the reason for hiding in the first place. What connections, parallels, or ironies exist between the conflicts inside and the conflicts outside of the Annex.
  • Act I Scene 4-5
  • Does Anne seem to have typical teenage attitudes toward her parents? In your answer, quote a passage in CD/CM format to support your opinion. (Avoid “I think”!) What is at stake here? How will your decision change your relationship with those hiding with you?
  • Should Mr. Frank have consulted the other members of the Annex before inviting Mr. Dussel to live there? Why or Why not? Does he exhibit leadership skills when making this decision? How could this decision present a moral dilemma for him? How might it change his relationships with others in the Annex?