Anne Frank's Life And Writings in the Historical Context of the Holocaust

  • Outline

This page outlines this section of the website. The Overview discusses placing Anne Frank's life in an historical context to help answer fundamental questions about the Holocaust and genocide such as, How could this happen? For teachers, I've included detailed descriptions of the overall Unit Lesson Plan (Anne Frank in the Historical Context of the Holocaust) and the Anne Frank Wall project activity Lesson Plan. Just click on the links to go to the Overview and the Lesson Plans. You can also click on the Standards links to go to the referenced standards and click on the Students' Work links to view examples of students' work.

Outline:

  • Standards
  • World War II Speeches
  • Reading The Diary of Anne Frank
  • The 1959 film of The Diary of Anne Frank
  • The 1996 Oscar-award winning documentary film Anne Frank Remembered
  • The Anne Frank Wall project activity
  • Local Holocaust survivors share their stories
    • New Directions for The Anne Frank Wall project: making photo trails with bookcrossing.com
    • Learning objectives
    • Guiding Question: How will learning about her life change the way you live yours?
    • Group Activity: Publicizing The Anne Frank Wall project globally
    • Student Activity: Contributing your own photos to help build the wall
    • Contact info
  • 3. Student Work examples: click here to go to the Student Works webpage or click below for individual links:

Jim DeLong

8th Grade Language Arts
Bret Harte Middle School
7050 Bret Harte Drive
San Jose, CA 95120
408.535.6270

James_DeLong@sjusd.org

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