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  • 1. Anne Frank
    The Diary of Anne Frank
    Presented by Anne Tobin
  • 2. 7/7/42-Annes family receives a call from the SS about a call up for Margot. I learned that Anne doesn’t display her fear when she knows it will hurt others even more.
    9/28/42- Anne has to deal with Mrs. Van Daan criticizing her and how she was brought up. I learned in this chapter how hard it is to live with another family.
    6/21/42-Anne has to write an essay entitled a chatter box when she continues to talk in class. I learned that Anne can be michievious.
    7/8/42-Anne finds out that she’s going into hiding and has to wear layers of clothing during the summer. I learned that Anne doesn’t complain when she does things that are goinng to keep her safe.
  • 3. 3/10/43-When the electricitywent out. Anne Frank and herfamilyhad to besilentwhilelistening to aircraft and machine guns.
    4/11/44- There was a burglary at the warehouse office. The police are right outside the bookcase. Everyone was shivering. They had to go the bathroom in a bucket. It stunk and alll they could think of was would they survive? And would the police ever go away?
    3/10/43-When the electricitywent out. Anne Frank and herfamilyhad to besilentwhilelistening to aircraft and machine guns.
    Everyone has foundthattherewere rats in thierattic. I learneddoesn’talways show herfears but keepscalm.
    4/3/44- Anne talks about what food she eats and how she eats the same things over and over again. The sign of courage here is that Anne states that as long as they’re still alive and most of the time the food taste good and that is all that matters.
  • 4. Color Collage: Red: Courageous
    The color red represents courage which Anne shows throughout the story. One example of her courage she goes into hiding. When she goes into hiding , she can’t bring a suitcase because if people see her they might suspect what she’s doing. Anne has to wear layers of clothing in the middle of July.
  • 5. Color Collage: Purple: independent
    The color purple represents independence. Anne continuously shows independence throughout the story. Through the story she does not always like what is going on around her so she goes off and writes in her journal. This is one of the ways Anne shows independance.
  • 6. Color Collage: Red: strong
    The color red reprsents being strong. Anne is strong when Mrs. Van Daan is asking her to read from her diary. Anne however remains strong and says no.
  • 7. Color Collage: Green: adaptable
    The color green represents being adaptable. Anne adapts well to the hiding place. Even though she knows it will never be her own home, she gets used to it and even starts to like it.
  • 8. Color Collage: Orange: creative
    The color orange represents creativity. Anne is creative when her teacher assigns her the essays called the ‘Chatterbox’ and then ‘Quack, Quack Quack’ Anne writes about ducks and makes her teacher laugh.
  • 9. Room design: Annex
    This is the Annex which is the hiding place that Anne stayed in. She enjoyed the moving bookcase and her bedroom she felt was pretty cool however she did not enjoy the Van Daans which is the family she had to be there with. I think that if she got to do that again she would like it with just her family.
  • 10. Hero Button/medal
    Fifty years after Anne’s birth the Judaic Heritage the Martyred salutes the spirit of Anne Frank.
  • 11. Frank’s Finest Diner
    Finest Franks made by Anne Frank herself.
    Duck Soup. Anne Frank wrote an essay for her teacher entitled ‘Quack, Quack, Quack’.
    Chatter box chocolates. One of the essays for Anne’s teacher was entitled chatter box.
    The best Ratatouille in all of Amsterdam! Once Anne and her family came across rats in thier attic.
    Frank’s Frog Legs.
    Hot Chocolate in Hiding. Anne Frank was in hiding for two years.
  • 12. A Little Night Music for Anne:
    Anne used to listen to this piece with Peter Van Daan. They would not talk at all ever so this piece was very special to Anne.