A Guide for Using Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl in the Classroom

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Overview

Each book in this series is a guide for using a well-known piece of literature in the classroom. Included are sample plans, author information, vocabulary-building ideas, and cross-curricular activities. At the Intermediate and Challenging levels, sectional activities and quizzes, unit tests, and ideas for culminating and extending the novel are also included.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781557345592
  • Publisher: Teacher Created Resources, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Series: Literature Unit Series
  • Pages: 48
  • Age range: 10 - 13 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.05 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2006

    I read this when I was 9, and now I'm 14, but.......

    Hi! My name is Lindsay and I am in LOVE with reading! When I was in gourth grade,I read this book, twice! And, I just recently read it again. I just love it! It's a book that everyone needs in their home library. It has so much history, and it is sad, but happy, and depressing, but rejoyciful. It's mixed feelings, but the feelings are mixed in a good way. I would tell everybody I know to read this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2005

    Great Book!

    Starting slow and gaining speed, the story of a girl named Anne Frank was beautifully laid out in The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank. Anne Frank intended to write to a diary about her life and all of her experiences, but I doubt that she ever knew people all over the world would be reading it years later. I think that Anne Frank did a wonderful job drawing out her life with words in a book because she used great detail when explaining most of her encounters and adventures. I also think that there was a great need for this diary to be published because people do not realize how good they really have it and this story opens up one¿s eyes. Anne Frank was a young girl living in Holland during the time of World War 2 when the Nazis took over Germany and banned the Jewish population from living there. She tells much of her adventures while she is in hiding and opens up the reader¿s eyes to how things during Hitler¿s rule truly were and what it was like to hide for so long. Anne Frank was the original writer of her diary. She told stories to it like it was one of her friends. In fact, she named her diary Kitty because she wanted one true friend to confide in and Kitty was her only true friend. She used great detail and examples when she told stories of her conditions and all that was going on in her life while she and her family was in hiding. In the diary, there was only one drawing. It was of the house they were staying in. It was somewhat helpful while she told of all the places in the ¿secret annex,¿ but for the most part, there were no graphics, charts, or tables to help visualize anything. The story it self put images in my head that allowed me to imagine what it was like. I can say that I can truly relate to this story a lot because of the way she was brought up and her family. I understood a lot of what Anne was feeling while I was reading this book. She was the youngest and the people she lived with looked down upon her and I can relate to her in that sense. I really enjoyed reading this diary about Anne Frank¿s life. I would have to say that the part of the book that I most enjoyed was toward the middle of the story when Anne realized she was growing up and started noticing how she was acting was not the beset way to act. It showed a sign of maturity and she stared writing more about things that mattered rather than the little things such as the cats that lived with her and the boys she liked. Also, I would have to say that my least favorite part was the beginning of the diary when Anne wrote about her life before hiding because she seemed very childish. If I could change one thing in this book, I think I would change the age of Anne Frank. She was very young going into the ¿secret annex¿ and I would change her age because her and Peter liked each other but he was too old and I think that if she was a little bit older they could have had something and they both could have been happier. Some parts of this diary did bore me, but right before I was about to close the book, Anne wrote about something exciting that pulled me back into the story. I was also a little bit confused at times while I was reading. Mainly in the parts of the story where she told stories in such great detail that there was so much to remember about the details that it almost pulls you away from the reading. The detail won¿t only confuse you, but it will also make you want to keep reading because you will want to know what happens next. I would defiantly recommend this book to readers of all ages. It is a wonderful out look on how life would be like with out so many things that people take for granted. Things such as: freedom, the urge to run outside, wanting to laugh, friendships, and so much more. The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank is a great perspective on life. I think that people who like to read about real life situations will enjoy this book just as much as I did. I defiantly enjoyed reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2003

    Excellent

    I loved this book. It's so accurate and I did not want to put it down. Everyone who reads this should say the same. I highly recomend it!

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