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Anne Frank's diary Project.

An english project bassed on Anne Frank's diary.
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Andrea López

on 28 May 2011

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Transcript of Anne Frank's diary Project.

Anne Frank's diary: A project based on the Multiple Intelligences theory and 'The learning based on projects' (PBL) methodology. Subject: English Level: 2nd ESO (A) Author: Andrea López Pastor Session 1: Visual Intelligence, Intrapersonal Intelligence & Linguistic Intelligence & Interpersonal Intelligence. Before starting reading the book, we watch the trailer (the beginning) of the film: 'Anne Frank: The Whole Story' It was so difficult to be silently, and read with a few light. If we did any noise or had light, it represented that workers of the factory under our hiding-room will discovered us. To become familiar with the conditions of life that Anne Frank and the other seven people that hide with her had in their hidden place, as a second part of these session, we simulate the same conditions for an hour and a half: We stay in class for fifteen minutes, with a few light, without any noise... reading the book. Session 2: Activity 3: Historial Facts: Learning based on problems 16th March To answer the questions about the historical facts, today, we have read the testimony of a boy that lived in the same way that Anne Frank.
That boy called Arthur Menke. This is the webside were the had fine the testimony: http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/Britain.html http://es.scribd.com/doc/2366812/The-Holocaust Activity 1: Session 1: Activity 2: http://www.slidshare.net/atkinsomms/holocaust-power-point Session 3: Activity 4: Previous vocabulary: Linguistic Intelligence We have to look out the meaning of the following words related to the topic: The teacher give us these page to help us: http://www.ushmm.org/education/forstudents Session 4:
Activity 5: Description of the characters: Interpersonal Intelligence & Intrapersonal Intelligence 3.1. Slide share 2: Characters biographies: We have to look for information about all the members of the hidden-place, and choose one (my favourite character, the one I hate the most...) We saw a easier version of the diary too: www.slidshare.net/cbrick/the-diary-of-anne-frank-power-point Session 5: Activity 7: We have to imagine that Anne or other character of the diary had survive the Holocaust and that he/she will visited the school next week.

Andrea Zubillaga and I chose to do Edith Frank, the mum of Anne. The questions: * Have you got a good relationship with your daughters?
* Which was your opinion about the hiding-place?
* Which is the best memory you have before started the Second World War?
* Which was the end that you wish for your situation during the Holocaust?
* When the Geman people found you, what did yo think? What was the first thing that passes throw your mind? The teacher tell us to answer these historical questions to know what was happening at these time: 1. How did the II World War begin?
After the I World War, that ended in 1918, Germany had to give up lands and was banned from having armed forces.

2. Why did it start?
The II World War (1939-1945) , started by Germany, in an unprovoked attack on Poland. Britan and France declared war on Germany after Hitler refused to abort his invasion in Poland.

3. Which were the two big groups of countries that were enemies?
The two big groups of countries that were enemies where the Allies and the Axis. 4. Who were the Allies? And the Axis?
The Allies were:
Usa/ Great Britain
China / URSS
France
Netherlands
Greece
Australia


The Axis were:
Germany
Italy
Japan

5. Did Spain participate? Why?
Spain didn’t participate directly, because it was in post-war, but indirectly yes, because Franco send troops to Hitler.

6. What happening at this time?
Spain was rebuilding, after the Spanish Civil War.
The situation was very miserable. There were times of poverty and hunger. Session 2:
Activity 3: Session 4: Activity 6: We also watch a presentation of the main characters of the diary of Anne Frank. Session 5: Activity 7: Question and answers: * Have you got a good relationship with your daughters?
Well, I could have a better relationship with my daughters, specially with Anne, because we are very distant.

* Which was you opinion about the hiding-place?
First I think it was too danger to hide from the Geman people, but then I recognised that it was the only solution in order that the Germans were not taking my daughter Margot to a Concentration camp.

* Which is the best memory you have before started the Second World War?
My best memory before started the Second World War was when we came from Amsterdam, when my daughters were happu bercause they had a new house, a new school... If my family is happy, I will be happy too. Session 5: Activity 8: Linguistic Intelligences & Intrapersonal Intelligences Linguistic Intelligences & Intrapersonal Intelligences Visual Intelligeneces & Linguistic Intelligences We recorded the intervew with Edith Frank in a video I didn't have time to record the interview with Andrea Zubillaga, that was the girl with the one I did the questions and I recorded with Martina Reixach. * Which was the end that you wish for your situation?
I wish that the German people didn't found us, and when the Second World War finished, and we go out, we can help to the other Jews that were captured.

* When the German people found you, what did you think? What was the first thing that passes throw your mind?
I think that these will happen in the future, and all the time that we were in the hiding-place was like a dream for us.
The only thing that I want is that my family will survive the Holocaust. Session 6: Activity 9: Learning based on project We had to visit different web quests and treasure hunts and choose the one that I think is the more appropriated for me. Session 7: Activity 10: Mathematical Intelligence We have to look for the real dimensions of the hiding place.
To understand it better, we draw on the floor the space of the real dimensions we found. Anne Frank and Fritz Pfeffer's Room: 16' 8" long x 6' 9" wide Otto, Edith and Margot Frank's Room: 16' 8" long x 10' 4" wide Hermann and Auguste van Pels' Room:
17' long x 18' 9" wide Peter van Pels' Room:
7' long x 13' 6" wide Session 8: Activity 12: Mathematical Intelligence We had to know the answer of these question: How many days did they(The Franks and the other people that stay with them in the hiding place) stay at the hiding place? They stay in the hiding place for two years and 29 days, until the Germans found them. Session 10: Activity 15: Learning based on Projects Musical Intelligence We have to look for several soundtracks, melodies, songs... related to the Holocaust Schindler's List Some days, we listened music while we were reading, doing a writing... Session 11: Activity 16: Intrapersonal Intelligence We have to imagine that we are Anne Frank, and we have to write the end of her diary.
We can choose between:
- Something she wrotes hours before the Germans found them.
- She survived. Something she wrote when the Holocaust finished.
I have chosen the 1st option. Session 8: Activity 11. Mathematical Intelligence We have to do a timeline with the most important events that happened during the II World War: http://www.bbc.co.uk/hisroty/interactive/timelines/nazi_genocide_timeline/index_embed.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwtwo/ww2_summary_01.shtml 1939 Hitler invided Poland 1940 Rationing started in the UK. Session 8: Activity 13: Mathematical Intelligence We have to do a chart with the number of diferent groups of people that died during the Holocaust, and put the both percent in numbers: Churchill became Prime Minister of Britain. British victory in Battle of Britain forces
Hitler to postpone invasion plans 1941 Hitler began Operation Barbarossa
(the invasion of Russia). Japan attacked Pearl Harbor,
and the US entered the war 1942 American naval victory at Battle of Midway, in June, marks turning point in Pacific War. Mass murder of Jewish people at Auschwitz began 1943 Surrender at Stalingrad marked Germany's first major defeat. Allied victory in North Africa enabledinvasion of Italy to be launched 1944 The Allied invasion of France. Paris is liberated in August 1945 Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet troops. Russians reach Berlin Hitler commits suicide and Germany surrenders on 7 May. After atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan surrendered on 14 August Session 9: Activity 14: Methodology of comparing & contrasting + Naturalistic Intelligence http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2children/index.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2 We have to compare the diet of the children of now a days, and the diet of the children of the II World War. Now a days, we can go to the supermarket and buy many pieces of food. If we don't eat it the same day, we can put it in the freezer or in the fridge, and we can eat it an other day.
We can buy such as food, petrol, soap... as you want and you are not controlling by anyone. During the II World War, children and all the people can't ate frozen pizza, chicken nuggets, burgers and chips, Why? because they didn't have freezers at home.

Many people cultivated their own food. Most of the children helped on the cultivation and many people had chickens, dugs or rabbits to fet them and then, ate them.

Rationing of food began in the 1940. This meant that each person could boy a fixet amound of food each week.
People had to register with local shops to use their ration books.
Other things as petrol, paper, soap and washing powder were also rationed. The End! 6.000.000 4.000.000 3.500.000 1.500.000 800.000 300.000 250.000
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