This collection contains a complete set of resources for teaching Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, including twenty-two daily lesson plans with discussion points; anticipatory activities; a pacing guide for students; suggested homework, classwork, and project extensions; connections to a social studies curriculum on World War II; suggestions for further reading, viewing and experiencing; and a sample essay test.

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Unit Overview

by Abigail Myers

An overview of the unit for teachers, and a sample pacing guide for assigning the entire book to students and guiding discussion on a daily basis.
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These activities can be used as pre-reading motivational activities, or as during-reading opportunities for deeper interaction with the text.
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These daily discussion guides will help you to steer the conversation towards the big ideas in the book and monitor comprehension among your students.
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These resources will help to connect the Diary to a unit on World War II in social studies, if this is applicable for you, or extend your students' understanding through other books, films, and field trips.
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A test and project ideas for the Diary.
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A 3D online environment for students to explore the actual Secret Annex from their own classroom or home. The Secret Annex Online has been created using photos of the actual furnished Secret Annex, as it was then. Much of this material was created in 1999, when the house at the front and the Secret Annex were temporarily furnished to illustrate in educational materials how the spaces were used at the time.
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