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The Diary of. Tracie Alo May 24, 2007. Timeline: Before. June 12, 1929 Annelies Marie Frank is born in Frankfurt, Germany. 1933 Frank family moves to Amsterdam, Holland, when Hitler comes to power in Germany. June 12, 1942 Anne receives a diary for her thirteenth birthday.

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the diary of

The Diary of

Tracie Alo

May 24, 2007

timeline before
Timeline: Before
  • June 12, 1929 Annelies Marie Frank is born in Frankfurt, Germany.
  • 1933 Frank family moves to Amsterdam, Holland, when Hitler comes to power in Germany.
  • June 12, 1942 Anne receives a diary for her thirteenth birthday.
  • July, 1942 Margot Frank gets a call to report to a transit camp.
  • July 6, 1942 The Frank family moves into the 'secret annex‘.
timeline after
Timeline: After
  • Aug 4, 1944 The Franks are arrested, taken to a police station, the to Westerbork, a transit camp in Holland.
  • Oct 30, 1944 Anne and her sister, Margot, are sent to Bergen-Belsen.
  • Jan 6, 1945 Edith Frank dies of starvation in Auschwitz.
  • Jan 7, 1945 Auschwitz is liberated. Otto Frank is the only survivor from the annex.
  • March 1945 Margot dies of typhus in Bergen-Belsen.
  • April 1945 Anne dies of typhus in Bergen-Belsen.
literary analysis
Literary Analysis
  • Plot: Sequence of related events that make up a story
    • Conflict (Internal/External)
    • Flashback
    • Exposition
    • Rising Action
    • Resolution
    • Climax
conflict a struggle between opposing forces
ConflictA struggle between opposing forces
  • External Conflict: A character struggles against another person or outside force
    • Based on the difficult situation in which they are living
    • Anne and her mother, Edith, struggle with Anne’s growing up and wanting to be treated older than her mother treats her
conflict a struggle between opposing forces1
ConflictA struggle between opposing forces
  • Internal Conflict: A struggle within a person or character
    • Anne puts up a hard exterior as a defense
    • She is afraid people won’t respect her if they see the real Anne
    • She writes her true feelings in her diary
flashback presenting facts that took place at an earlier time
FlashbackPresenting facts that took place at an earlier time
  • The playwright uses flashback to set the stage for the events to follow.
    • Otto Frank enters the secret annex after the war and begins to read Anne’s diary aloud.
    • Anne’s voice overlaps with his as she begins to tell the story through her diary.
exposition sets the tone establishes setting introduces characters and give background information
ExpositionSets the tone, establishes setting, introduces characters, and give background information
  • The narrator gives information to set the stage for the readers
  • In play form, much of this information is presented through sets, costuming and stage directions
  • The exposition is an important part of all literature to draw the reader into the story
    • All the action takes place in the ‘secret annex’
rising action the events in a story that move the plot forward
Rising ActionThe events in a story that move the plot forward
  • Anne begins to realize hiding is more difficult than she originally thought
  • She is in constant fear during the night, jumping at every sound, afraid the Nazi’s are coming for her
  • Anne’s personality clashes with the others in hiding, especially with her mother and Peter
  • The tension with all inhabitants is escalating, causing various problems throughout the story
climax the turning point of the story
ClimaxThe turning point of the story
  • The climax usually occurs toward the end of the story, after the reader has become emotionally involved with the characters
    • The arrival of the Nazis to the ‘secret annex’ marks the climax of the story
    • All the tension that has built throughout the plot reaches its peak and ends here
resolution conflicts are resolved by the end of the story
ResolutionConflicts are resolved by the end of the story
  • Throughout the story, a number of minor conflicts are resolved while in the ‘secret annex’
    • Anne and Peter begin to become friends
    • Anne’s relationship with her mother becomes better
    • Everyone is so happy about the end of the war, they forget their grudges against each other
  • Mr. Frank’s final speech resolves the major conflict set out at the beginning of they play telling what happened after their discovery in the ‘secret annex’.
how did it happen
How Did It Happen?
  • German military attacked The Netherlands
  • Identification of Dutch Jews with yellow stars and laws discriminating against them
  • In 1942 the Germans began sending them to concentration camps
  • Of the 140,000 Jews living there, 102,000 were exterminated by the Nazis
interesting links
Interesting Links
  • Anne Frank Museum Amsterdam
    • http://www.annefrank.org/content.asp?pid=1&lid=2
  • Anne Frank Center
    • http://www.annefrank.com/
  • Miep Gies
    • http://www.auschwitz.dk/Miepgies.htm
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center
    • http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=fwLYKnN8LzH&b=242023
what did you learn
What Did You Learn?
  • Why did the Frank family go into hiding?
  • What is external conflict? Give an example from the story.
  • What is internal conflict? Give an example from the story.
  • Give an example of rising action from the story.
  • What is the climax of the story?
historical facts
Historical Facts
  • World War II lasted about six years.
  • Over 6,000,000 Jews were killed by the Nazis in the concentration and death camps during the Holocaust!This was established by the Nuremberg tribunal in 1946.
  • Some people believe the Holocaust did not happen.
  • Others believe Anne Frank did not write her dairy, but that her father, Otto Frank did, to profit off the deaths of those in the ‘secret annex’
works cited
Grolier Online

http://go.grolier.com/

Picture of Anne Frank

Picture of Anne Frank’s diary

Eppsnet

http://eppsnet.com/images/anne-frank.jpg

Picture of gravesite

Solarnavigator

http://www.solarnavigator.net/history/anne_franks_diary.htm

Picture of Anne Frank

Picture of bookcase hiding place

AnneFrank.org

http://www.annefrank.org/content.asp?PID=23&LID=2

Picture of Anne at desk

The Seem to be Players

http://www.lawrenceartscenter.com/STB/AnneFrank/i/ANNE.jpg

Picture collage

BBC News

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_pictures/5047636.stm

Anne, Margot, Edith

IMBd

http://i.imdb.com/Photos/Ss/0112373/1-1.jpg

Anne, Margot, Otto

Anne Frank Museum

http://www.annefrank.org/upload/Thematische%20verhalen/thema%2014_bergen%20belsen.jpg

Bergen-Belsen

World War II Research Index

http://www.mikekemble.com/ww2/war/campmap.jpg

Map of Camps

Miep Gies

http://www.auschwitz.dk/Miepgies.htm

Annex

Anne Frank in the World

http://www.uen.org/annefrank/annetimeline.shtml

Timeline

Go World Travel

http://www.goworldtravel.com/aug05/LEADannefrank.jpg

Secret Annex

Dizzy Girl

http://dizzy-girl.net/archives/annefrank.jpg

Anne Frank Picture

Wallenberg

http://wallenberg.umich.edu/images/Gies.gif

Anne Frank & Miep Geis

Works Cited