『 戰火下，歌詠生命 』. 生命教育融入教學教案心得分享 國立台南家齊女中 黃鈴喬. 發想 …. 發想的實踐 …. 生命教育融入教學概念. 英語學習. 安妮的日記手稿. 安妮的書桌. 安妮的藏身之所. About Anne Frank. Q1: Why did Anne want to keep a diary? Q2: If you were Anne , what would you do to deal with the situation ?.
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Q1: Why did Anne want to keep a diary?
Q2: If you were Anne , what would you do to deal with the situation?
Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt-am-Main on 12th June1929. Her parents were Jewish and she had a sister three years older than herself. In 1933 the family fled from Germany to escape persecution by the Nazis and her father found a position as a manager in a company in Amsterdam. Anne was given a diary for her thirteenth birthday and began writing in it the next day. She had a passion for writing and mentions in her diary that she plans to become a writer or journalist when she grows up. Anne managed to keep her diary going throughout the time her family was in hiding; her last entry was written just before the hiding place was discovered and soldiers arrived to take the members of the family off to concentration camps. After the war was over, her diary was published and became an immediate success. It has remained in print ever since, and the story of Anne’s life has been made into a Hollywood film.
1. Furious activity is no substitute for understanding.
2.Our ideal, like pictures, are made from lights and shadows.
3. Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us. Oscar Wilde
4. A proud man is seldom a grateful man, for he never thinks he gets as much as he deserves.
Henry Ward Beecher
5. Whether joy or sorrowful, the heart needs a double, because a joy shared is doubled and a pain that is shared is divided. Ruckett
6. It is a miserable state of mind to have few things to desire and many things to fear.
January 12, 2010Last night, we lost a witness. Miep Gies passed away at the age of 100 in Amsterdam. As you know, Miep Gies was the catalyst for The Freedom Writers Diary, and for everything that has come since. It was Miep who challenged us to not let Anne Frank's death be in vain, and it was Miep who reminded us that no matter who you are or where you come from, you can be a hero - a light of hope in someone's life.
We are deeply saddened by Miep's passing, but we know that her legacy will remain with all of us. Miep's visit in 1996 changed all of us forever. Here, you'll find what one of us had to say on that day...