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Transcript of Holocaust

Introduction to Holocaust
If there was a minute of silence given to each of the individuals who perished in the Holocaust, the world would be silent for 11 years and 1 month.

The brave men of our greatest generation who fought and worked to secure peace for our world on this day in 1944 helped to put an end to that genocide.
Anne Frank
Rethinking What Makes Us Different
Holocaust Survivors - Tell the Stories of Their Childhood
History of the Holocaust
Footage of 1940's / Speech
Otto Frank
Unsolved History: Who Betrayed Anne Frank?
Auschwitz Survivors Tell Their Stories
To Think About:

How many times would the number of casualties fill Memorial Stadium?
Web Quest:
Night by Elie Wiesel - A Study of the Holocaust Through Literature
Teacher's Guide
: http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/default.htm
The Holocaust - A Deception of Truth: A Poem
Food Ration Books
p. 850
p. 857
p. 860
p. 850
How dialogue characterizes Anne:
How dialogue characterizes Peter:
T- Chart - p. 865
Star of David
p. 866
Holocaust Museum
City of Warsaw History WWII Holocaust - Bombing
Stop at 3:18
p. 875
Mr. Frank & Peter:
Mr. Van Daan & Peter:
p. 878
In Hiding
The Secret Annex
Safe Havens
p. 888
p. 891
How do cities have their own stories to tell?
What cities do you know that have a story to tell?
Dialogue Activity - Possible Scenarios
girl's date and little brother or sister
movie star and fanatic fan
officer and speeder
waiter/waitress and diner
principal and student
hairdresser/barber and client
little sis and big sis
driving instructor and student driver
DJ and phone-in listener
cheerleader and nerd
girl and boy on blind date
dogcatcher and dog owner
player and coach
two late-night grocery shoppers
flight attendant and passenger
angel and devil on character's shoulder
reporter and accident witness
Dialogue Activity - Character Map
Dialogue Activity
Partner up!
Each partner will:
Write 5 lines of dialogue on the 5 strips of paper
Now, another five strips of paper you will add details and description for this dialogue....
Dialogue Activity - Example
Appearance: (First Strip)
If the character's adjectives were
black and handsome
, you might write...

"Calvin's high cheekbones and the shape of his nose hinted some Cherokee was mixed in with his African blood."

Dialogue Activity - Example
Personality Traits: (Second Strip)
Rather than saying he was
, you might write:

"Calvin looked at his shoes as he continued his story, only allowing his eyes to peek at his audience once."
Dialogue Activity - Example
Mannerisms: (Third, Fourth, and Fifth Strips)
Show the character in
"Calvin's bubblegum cracked in his mouth like BBs falling on a hardwood floor."
"Calvin looked her in the eye to see how she was doing."
"He straightened the front of his state-champion letterman's jacket with his dark hands."
Dialogue Activity - Tag Lines
Now, use proper punctuation by placing tag lines
"What's up?" he asked. Calvin looked her in the eye to see how she was doing.
"I'm barely holding up," she replied. "I should have known it was going to be a bad day when I woke up ten minutes before school was supposed to start," she finished.
Dialogue Activity - Word Choice
Brainstorm synonyms for words used on strips of paper.
Avoid adverbs and instead of always using said:
rambled Calvin
mumbled Calvin
Calvin confessed
Mrs. Cramer sneered
she chuckled
interrupted Mrs. Cramer
"Thank you, friends," mumbled Calvin, nodding his head toward his classmates and heading toward his seat in the back.
Was the conflict clear from the beginning?
Did I capture the characters' personalities?
Does the dialogue sound natural?
Is the plot developed fully enough?
Was it clear who was speaking?
Should I change any of my verbs?
Are all my verbs in past tense?
Did I use variety in placing my dialogue tags?
Should I add more action details anywhere?
Should I add more description?
Is there a part that doesn't fit?
Does the story have an effective ending?
Dialogue Activity - Sticky Note Peer Review
Dialogue Activity - Revise, Edit, and Share
First draft to final draft

Characters and plot should be developed by weaving together dialogue, description, and action.

Perform dialogues in front of class!!!
Power of Ethics in Public Speaking
A.K.A Rhetoric
- the art of
or persuasive
Objective: Develop your own opinion, argue it, effectively back it up with evidence
Charlie Chaplin & Adolf Hitler
"the single most important factor that worked common for both Chaplin and Hitler –
their passion

They were
both strong willed men with a mission
. Again they were both
incredibly successful in the art of communication

-their mastery in
the art
of influencing the masses was the biggest common factor in these two men."
Power of Ethics in Public Speaking
Hitler's rhetoric and oratorical prowess
ignited his nation and inspired the Germans
on the road to self redemption though the path chosen may have been wrong.

As much as the world looked at him as a dictator and a villain,
the Germans of the time looked at him as the saviour
they have been waiting for to pull them from the abyss of the post World War I depression.

His words inspired them to rediscover their pride and self respect.
Power of Ethics in Public Speaking - Hitler
"Adolf Hitler's hatred of the politically outspoken movie star is apparent in a yellowing book...[with] Chaplin in a hit list of prominent Jews.

He was sent a copy of this book and it is widely believed that this led to him to make the film 'The Great Dictator' as an act of defiance."
Power of Ethics in Public Speaking - Chaplin
Article With Speech Written Out: http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2013-10-24/greatest-most-relevant-speech-ever
"The Great Dictator" was a film poking fun at Hitler in an attempt to create political change.

- a spoof, a work created to imitate, or comment on an original subject to cause awareness and change

- the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's ignorance or vices, particularly with political issues

- an expression used deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result.
Power of Ethics in Public Speaking - "The Great Dictator"
Fate vs. Free Will Journal Activity
"People say everything happens for a reason and...there is a plan for it all. I believe things do happen for a reason...
But if we don't learn the lesson from the circumstances
and let ourselves completely heal from it--whether it's the past or today--
the things that happen for a reason will just keep happening over and over again."
p. 898
Hanukkah Scene
p. 901
"No one has ever become poor by giving." p. 903

"Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart."

"Whoever is happy will make others happy too."

"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world."

"The final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands."
Anne Frank
"How true Daddy's words were when he said:
'All children must look after their own upbringing. Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands."'
- Anne Frank
"Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don't know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!"
-Anne Frank
Researching Anne Frank
End of Play
After two years, the group was betrayed and transported to concentration camps. Anne Frank and her sister, Margot Frank, were eventually transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where they died of typhus in March 1945.

On 4 August 1944, everyone in the Secret Annex is arrested. Someone has betrayed them. They are deported first to the Westerbork transit camp, and then on to Auschwitz. Otto Frank is the only person from the Secret Annex to survive the camps. The others all die. The identity of their betrayer has never been established.
How Did It End???
What happened to Anne and her family?
Organizational Patterns
- step-by-step process
- creating a vivid image of something
Cause & Effect
- one action or event caused certain effects to occur
Compare & Contrast
- similarities and differences

- argumentative essay using logic, reason, support
- a "spoof"; an imitation of a particular subject meant to cause awareness and change
are usually both satiric or ironic

- the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's ignorance or vices, particularly with political issues

- expressing oneself deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result
"The Great Dictator"
- Melody Beattie (Playing It By Heart)
Nothing would be left in the sky but extinct stars and unseeing eyes.
"Oh, God, Master of the Universe, in your infinite compassion have mercy on us..."
A summer sun.

The same hellish sun...
The shadows around me aroused themselves as if from a deep sleep and left silently in every direction...
41 Amazing Moments
That Will Restore Your Faith
In Humanity
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