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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Jeff Cole Bishop Elementary. Day 1 Word Knowledge. Lace-up. Dog-tired. Hyphenated word _____. Also, becomes an adjective (adj) to describe noun (shoes). Long-winded. Right-hand. Day 1 Word Knowledge. fetch. satchel.

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anne frank the diary of a young girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Jeff Cole

Bishop Elementary

day 1 word knowledge
Day 1 Word Knowledge

Lace-up

Dog-tired

Hyphenated word _____.

Also, becomes an adjective (adj) to describe noun (shoes)

Long-winded

Right-hand

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Day 1 Word Knowledge

fetch

satchel

Short vowel is ___ before _tch.

kitchen

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Day 1 Word Knowledge

stairs

stares

Homophones are

Words that sound

The same but have

Different spellings

And different

Meanings.

poor

pour

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Day 1 Word Knowledge

stingy

grouchy

sturdy

steady

word knowledge sentences
Word Knowledge Sentences
  • I had on lace-up shoes.
  • Identify the adjective and the word it describes
  • Lace-up shoes
  • Margot filled her satchel with schoolbooks.
  • Name the possesive pronoun and the noun it refers to.
  • Her, Margot
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Word Knowledge Sentences
  • There is another door at the top of the stairs.
  • What kind of sentence is this?
  • Statement
  • Rearrange the words to turn it into a question
  • Is there another door at the top of the stairs?
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Word Knowledge Sentences
  • An unscratchable itch can make a grouchy person even grouchier.
  • Grouchy to grouchier- rule
  • Y is changed to i and add er

-ier

background
Background
  • Diaries- usually not written to be shared with anyone
  • Any predictions based on survival readings already?
  • 1939-1945 World War 2
  • The Holocaust-the Nazi regime in Germany placed millions of people, mainly Jewish people (Jews), in concentration camps.
  • Millions were beaten and killed because of hatred of others, and many who died were not actually fighting on the battlefield.
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Background
  • Anne died in March 1945 but shortly after the war ended and her dad returned to their hiding spot where he found her diaries.
  • Anne’s diaries have been translated into 32 languages and made into a play and a movie
  • Clues, Problems, Wonderings
  • Clue- “Yes, I’m still alive”—Anne has survived
  • Problem- stifled?
  • Wondering- Who is Kitty?
day 1 anne frank pages 392 394 authors point of view
Europe

Germany

Nazis

World War 2

Jewish

Diary

Memories

Pack

Day 1 Anne Frank: pages 392-394: Authors Point of View
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Day 1 Anne Frank: pages 392-394: Authors Point of View
  • Who is telling the story?
  • Anne is telling the story.
  • Is Kitty Anne’s pet?
  • Kitty is Anne’s diary.
  • Who is Margot in the story?
  • Margot is Anne’s sister
day 2 anne frank pages 394 396 author s point of view
Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394-396: Author’s Point of View
  • Understand how Anne’s family leaves their home to escape
  • Understand that when a story is written in first-person point of view, the reader can only know what the narrator knows.
  • Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase
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Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394 last paragraph-396: Author’s Point of View Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase
  • Why don’t you know where the secret hiding place is?
  • I do not know where the ________ hiding place is because ______ does not know where it is.
  • I do not know where the secret hiding place is because Anne does not know where it is.
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Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394 last paragraph-396: Author’s Point of View Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase
  • How do you know that Anne’s neighbor will take care of her cat?
  • I know because ______ writes about it in her_____ .
  • I know because Anne writes about it in her diary.
day 2 contractions double negatives
Day 2 Contractions & Double Negatives
  • Yes, I’m still alive, indeed, but don’t ask where or how.
  • (do not)
  • You wouldn’t understand a word.
  • (would not)
  • “Of course, he won’t go.”
  • (will not)
  • We hadn’t had a bit of anything warm the whole day, but we didn’t care.
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Day 2 Contractions & Double Negatives
  • I didn’t have no time to read the book.
  • (double negative)
  • I have never read a book like this one.
  • (correct)
day 3 author s point of view
Day 3 Author’s Point of View
  • Understand where the Franks hide
  • Use authors point of view to identify information about the author
  • Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet—a bath room, go into hiding
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Day 3 Author’s Point of View 397-400 Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet — a bath room, go into hiding
  • Ann describes the secret Annex as “beautiful.” What does this tell you about Anne?
  • It tell me that _______ .
  • It tells me that Anne is able to see the good in things even when they are very bad.
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Day 3 Author’s Point of View 397-400 Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet — a bath room, go into hiding
  • Anne calls her diary “you” when she writes. What does this tell you about Anne?
  • It tells me that _______ .
  • It tells me that Anne thinks of her diary as a kind of friend.
day 3 homophones words that sound alike but have different meanings
Day 3 Homophones: Words that sound alike but have different meanings
  • Waste Waist
  • Meat Meet
  • Clothes Close
day 3 contractions and double negatives
Day 3 Contractions and Double Negatives

doesn’t any

The librarian does not have no books about movie monsters, but the

there

librarian said that their will be a new shipment of books coming next

ever

week. She told me that nobody has never asked her for a book

your

about movie monsters before. If you’ve found you’re book, you can

there don’t

go sit over they’re and read it. I do not want to go home yet, do

it’s

you? I know its time to go home and finish the dishes, but I still

haven’t any

have not found no books yet.

day 4 author s point of view 400 401
Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401
  • Understand that in true historical stories, the reader often knows things that the narrator does not know
  • Express a personal point of view about a story.
  • Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change
day 4 author s point of view 400 401 vocabulary arrive unpack busy realize change
Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401 Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change
  • Anne and her father spend their first days in the attic cleaning and unpacking. Why do you think they did this?
  • I think _____ so ________ .
  • I think they wanted to keep busy so they did not have to think about what had happened.
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Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401 Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change
  • Why do you think Anne realized what had happened only after she wrote in her diary?
  • I think _________.
  • I think writing about something that happens can help people understand.