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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

Week of Sept. 17-21

Act I, Scene 4

Monday sept 17
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? 


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
Tuesday, Sept. 18


Wednesday sept 19
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.

Thursday sept 20
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
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.