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2nd ESO(A): Anne Frank´s diary

It's a project based on the Multiple Intelligences theory and the learning based on projects (PBL).
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When the family left Germany and go to Amsterdam he could start, as a manager, a company of ham-making business.
He planed to hide on the upper floor of his factory, a place unable to be seen from the street. And the wardrove wich hided the door wich led to the hiding place.
After he got out of his camp, he saw and publicated Anne's diary. Session 1 We have worked the intelligences: We have done: Before reading the book, all the class staid 15 minutes in silence, without doing any tipe of noise. Before reading the book, we watched a trailer of the film Anne Frank: The Whole story. The hiding place was the last plant of Anne's father, Otto, ham factory, unable to be seen from the street. Like when Anne, her family and some other refugees, refugied from the germans in the Second World War, because of her jewish religion ( If they find them , they arrest them to die). During the day there were workers at the lower floor, and the refugees have to stay very silence. Otto Frank ham factory Behind session 2 We have worked: We have done: Historical facts: 1.1-How did the II World War begin? 1.2-Why did it start? 1.3-Wich were the two big groups of countries that were enemies? 1.4- Who were the Alies? and the Axis? With the German invasion in Poland. Because of the agresive and expansionist (to want to expand her territory) politic of the facist powers, named Axis (Germany, Italy & Japan). Ruled by Hitler. The Alies and Axis - The Alies were : Great Britain, USA, China... Who unsered to the agresive and expansionist politic of the Axis. - The Axis were: Germany, Japan & Italy. Bookcase revolving the door secret entrance session 3 We have worked the intelligences: We have done: Linguistic session 4 We have worked the intelligences: We have done: Information resources: Interpersonal & intrapersonal. We watched a power-point about the main characters of the diary of Anne Frank. And we have done a breve description of them. Alfred Dussel:
A dentist, who came to hide in the hiding room.
He died on December 20, 1944, in Neuengamme concentration camp. His wife knew of his lasts ages of life because of Anne’s diary. http://www.slideshare.net/cbrick/the-diary-of-anne-frank-power-point Activity1: Interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic
& visual Activity3: Activity2: 1.5- Did Spain participate? Why? Spain didn´t participate directly, but yes indirectly.
Because the Spanish Civil War had recently ended, and that made over 200,000 fallen victims, in both sides, and they had to rebuild the country. We were in post-war.
If we could form part of the IIWW we would be in the Axis side because we had Franco governing Spain a big friend of Hitler. FRANCISCO FRANCO, assumed the presidency in Spain, which virtually meant dictatorship. In Franco's Spain it was advisable to be unpolitical.
Franco's rule was heavy-handed, and many Spaniards resented it, many suffered for their opposition. 1.6.What happened in Spain at that time? 5.Starvation: the act or state of starving; condition of being starved. To die or perish from lack of food or nourishment.
5.Antisemitism, discrimination, apartheid, fanatism.

6.Ghettos: a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group.

7.Crematoriums: a building where the dead are cremated.
7.Gas chambers: Local (hermetic)closed where toxic gas is injected to smother. 3.Xenophobia: intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries.
3.Racism: the belief that each race or ethnic group possesses specific characteristics, abilities, or qualities that distinguish it as inferior or superior to another such group.
3.Antisemitism: the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people
3.Discrimination: the action of discriminating against people. Make an unjust distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age.
3.Apartheid: the system of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race in force in South Africa 1948–91.
3.Fanatism: excessive intolerance of opposing views 4.Opression: is the act of using power to empower and/orprivilege a group at the expense of disempowering,marginalizing, silencing, and subordinating another group.
4.Aggression: hostile or violent behaviour or attitudes.
4.Persecution: the act of persecuting: to pursue with harassing or oppressive treatment,especially because of religion, race, or beliefs; harasspersistently.
4.Brutality: savagely, violent.
4.Atrocity: an extremely wicked or cruel act.
4.Degradation: the condition or process of degrading or being degraded. Causing a loss of self-respect; humiliating. 9.Swestika: is an equirateral cross, its arms bent at right angles, in either right-facing . The nazis sign.
9.SS Officials: the Nazi special police force.
9.Third Reich: Nazi Germany.

10.Kristallnacht: It occurred in Germany and Austria during the night from 9 to 10 November 1938. Was directed at Jewish citizens, the SS broke the glasses of the jewishes shops.
10.The Final Solution: was Nazi Germany's plan and execution of the systematic genocide of European jews during World War II, resulting in the most deadly phase of the Holocaust.

11.Arbeit macht Frei: it's the slogan that it's in the door of the extermition camps.
12.The Final Solution: was Nazi Germany's plan the most deadly phase of the Holocaust. Activity4: Activity5: Anne Frank's Diary A project based on
The Multiple Intelligences
theory and learning based
on projects (PBL) methodology Subject: English
Level: 2nd ESO (A)
Author: Clara Ricart
Planas And that's all !! :) Session 1 Activity1: Session 1 We have worked the intelligences: We have done: Session 1 Activity2: Activity3: session 2 We have answered some questions about the Second World War. And the teacher have given some links that talked about them. And we have watched some of them at class. Hitler Activity3: session 2 Allies Axis Franco session 2 Activity3: Activity3: session 2 One of the links we saw to help us to do this activity is a power point about the holocaust, in: http://www.slideshare.net/atkinsonms/holocaust-power-point session 2 Activity3: We had to look up the meaning of some words in the dictionary, and then do a wordle about them: 1.Concentration camp: A prision in wich large numbers of people are consentrate, usually in wars.
1.Extermination camp: A camp were the people who go die.
1.Work camps: A place that made people work very hard.







2.Holocaust: destruction or slaughter on a mass scale. The mass murder of Jews under the German Nazi regime in World War II.
2.Genocide: the deliberate killing of a very large number of people from a particular ethnic group or nation. Activity4: session 3 Concentration camp Work camp Activity4: session 3 Hitler had xenophobia Activity4: session 3 Activity4: session 3 7.Zyclon B:Zyklon B was originally developed as a pesticide and was used as such. But it was later used by the Nazi's in the holocaust against human beings in gas chambers of extermination. It was the trade name of a cyanide-based pesticide infamous
7.AktionT4:was the name used after World War II for the Euthanasia Program in Nazi Germany.

8.Früher:the title assumed by Hitler as leader of Germany.
8.Aryan: the language of the Aryan people. 7.Zyclon B: Used by the Nazi's in the holocaust against human beings in gas chambers of extermination. It was the trade name of a cyanide-based pesticide infamous
7.AktionT4: was the name used after World War II for the Euthanasia Program in Nazi Germany.

8.Früher :the title assumed by Hitler as leader of Germany.
8.Aryan: the language of the Aryan people. Liquidation of a ghetto Inside of a gas chamber A crematorium Activity4: session 3 Zyclon B Hitler was the "Früher of the nazis. Activity4: session 3 Swestika SS Officials During the "Kristallnacht" The Wordle about vocabulary: And we also have watched an interactive map of Auschwitch to see and understand the real conditions were Jews lived. To see all the new vocabulary in a context. http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/interactive/animations/auschwitz_map/index_embed.shtml In: session 4 Activity5: Anne Frank:
She’s the daughter of Otto and Edith Frank she was born in Germany, on 12 June, 1929.
In the day of her thirteen birthdays she received a diary. And She started writting it. She had a growing love with Peter in her teenage life.
In the summer of 1944, her diary suddenly stops, all her family got arrested. She went with her sister Margot to Bergen-Belsen, were they died of typhus in February or march 1945. Otto Frank:
He fought in the 1st World War.
For safety all the family decided to leave Germany (1933) and go to Amsterdam, Holland. After that, he started a company of ham-making business called Opteka, in a tall building, and he was the manager.
When Germans entered the city, he had the plan to hide on the top floor of the building.
When his family got arrested, Germans brought him to Auschwitz, with other sick prisoners. There he protected Peter when his father died. He didn’t die on the camp, and remarried.
Years later he publicated Anne Frank's diary. Edith Frank:
When she was arrested she was left in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Then her health started to deteriorate, and at being separated from her family She had a emotional breakdown.
She searched her daughters endlessly, and began to hoard what little food She could obtain, hiding it under her bunk, for her daughters. She said that Anne and Margot needed the food more than herselve, and therefore she refused to eat.
She died on January 6th, 1945 from starvation. Margot Frank:
The other daughter of Otto and Edith Frank, born in Frankfurt-am-Main I Germany 1926. Three years older than Anne, she got arrested and sent to Bergen-Belsen, here she contracted typhus and died, at either the end of February or March. Mr van Daan:
He hid with Anne’s family. He died in Auschwitz, in a gas chamber. Three weeks after his arrival at Autschwitz. Mrs van Daan:
She hided with Anne’s family.
We don’t know when and how she died. Witnesses testified that she was with Edith's daughters in Bergen-Belsen, and she died before them. Peter:
He hided with Anne’s family. He was Mr and Mrs van Daan's son. H was eighteen years old
Otto Frank protected him a lot, because they were in the same camp and work group. He died in Mauthausen during a death march, three days before the liberation of this camp. Activity4: session 3 Activity4: session 3 session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 Activity5: session 4 We have worked the intelligences: Interpersonal & intrapersonal. Activity6: session 4 Activity6: We have done: We have chosen our favourite character, and give reasones of our choose.
I have chosen Otto Frank. In Auschwitz, the concentration camp where he staid, there was also Peter, without his father. They were in the same work camp, and he protected him as he could.

In the hiding place, he led some people to live in. Wich suposed more food and less space to live.

He fought, and survived the 1st World War.
He didn’t die in Auschwitz, and he could start a new life after the misfortune he had lived, and remarried.
He's a person with a lot of good qualities. session 4 Activity6: session 4 Activity6: Bookcase hiding the door secret entrance Otto Frank, is an important character. I have chosen this character, because he's a clever, responsable, generous and brave person. session 4 Activity6: He remaried session 5 Intrapersonal & linguistic. We have worked the intelligences: Activity7: We have done: We done a cooperative work in groups of two.
We have chosen a character ,imagine he had survived the Holocaust , invent a questionary and interview him. We have chosen: Anne Frank The members of the group are: Clara & Sra Batista. The questionarie: Now You'll see th questions: Definitions of the vcabulary: Interpersonal & linguistic e Information resources: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Segunda_Guerra_Mundial h h Activity5: session 4 session 5 Activity7: session 5 Activity7: Activity4: session 3 Activity4: session 3 At my first impact I didn't like it, I wasn't agree. But he did it to recover after his great breakdown and sadness.




Hmm... well... I don't want to generalize, but those who were evil against Jews aren't easy to forgive. I'm trying to do it. It´s very difficult. After what I've lived in the Holocaust, my eyes have seen so much. I'll forgive them, but don't let to repeat it again. No,of course not. This was my real dream. But I wrote this diary only for an entertainment, and also to express my real feelings. As I didn't see my school friends to explain it to them and I didn't have a good relationship with my mother. Well, I was a teenage, as this consequence I had a bad mood in which I get on on my mother. I'm so sorry now. She was always ready to help me, but I didn't see it. Activity7: session 5 session 5 Activity7: session 5 Activity7: In the deepness of my heart I still love him. He was the best person I met. Always kind and with a big smile in his face. I've got a lot of good memorys of him. But it was only a teenage love. I love him like my best friend in the annex. 1 Did you really think your diary would be famous? 2 Why did you have a so bad relation with
your mother? 3 Would You have marry Peter, or was only a teenage love? 4 What do you think of your father second marriage? 5 Have You forgiven Nazis people? session 5 Activity8: Visual, interpersonal, intrapersonal & linguistic. We have worked the intelligences: We have done: - I and my partner Sara have recorded the interview of Anne Frank. -The video is in a Movie Maker. session 6 We have worked: Activity9: Activity8: session 5 Activity8: session 5 PBL (learning based on problems) We have done: - We had to visit some webquests and treasure hunt amoung a list that the teacher suggested to us. And choose which was the most appropiate to our level. session 6 Activity9: session 7 We have worked the intelligences: Activity10: session 8 We have worked: Activity12: Activity13: We have worked: session 8 session 8 Activity11: PBL & mathematic intelligence. We have worked: We have done: Activity13: session 8 session 8 Activity13: - We have guessed how many people were nazis victims. We have worked the intelligence: Activity15: session 11 PBL, methodology of comparing and contrasting and naturalistic intelligence. We have worked: session 9 Activity14: Musical We have done: Sarah's key Fateless PBL(learning based on problems) and intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligences. Visual & spatial We have done: We looked the real dimensions of the annex, and with a band tape we draw on the floor the space were the refugees lived. This is a graphic in which you can see the main victims of the nazis. Axis also persecuted:
· Non-Aryan, non Europeans. People from: Africa, East Asia, J apan, Italy ...People opposed to the nazi regime,
· German comunists
· People belonging to certain nationalities associated with the Allies
· Some religious groups
· Jehovah's witnesses: 2,000
· Others session 8 Activity13: Information resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_victims#Disabled_people session 8 Activity13: Jews 6,000,000
Homosexuals 100,000
Gypsies 150,000
Disabled 75,000
Poles 250, 000
Soviet civilian 1,200,000 Nazis persecuted those people only because they had a dislike to them. Activity13: session 8 session 7 Activity10: session 10 Activity16: We have worked yhe intelligences: 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
Peter van Pels' Room 7' long x 13' 6" wide
Hermann and Auguste van Pels' Room 17' long x 18' 9" wide Activity13: session 8 This is a graphic of the allies military deaths. session 7 Activity10: We have done: A timeline with the most important events of the II World War. session 8 Activity11: 1939 session 7 Activity10: Information resources: Activity10: session 7 http://www.annefrank.com/who-is-anne-frank/faqs/
The structure of the annex:
http://artengineeringcompany.com/Pages/techill.html#AnchorAFMuseum session 7 Activity10: - The II World War starts.
1 September: Hitler invades Poland.
Because of that: Britain and France declare war on Germany two days later. 1940 - In the UK rationing begins.
- German 'Blitzkrieg' overwhelms (aclapara) Belgium, Holland and France.
- Churchill becomes Prime Minister of Britain.
- British victory in Battle of Britain forces Hitler to postpone invasion plans.
- British Expeditionary Force evacuated from Dunkirk. 1941 Information resources: Activity11: session 8 http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwtwo/ww2_summary_01.shtml 1942 1943 1944 1945 - Hitler begins Operation Barbarossa, "the invasion of Russia".
- The Blitz continues against Britain's major cities.
- Allies take Tobruk in North Africa, and resist German attacks.
- Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, and the US enters the war. - Germany suffers setbacks at "Stalingrad" and "El Alamein".
- Singapore falls to the Japanese in February - around 25,000 prisoners taken.
- American naval victory at Battle of Midway, in June, marks turning point in Pacific War.
- Mass murder of Jewish people at Auschwitz begins. - Surrender at Stalingrad marks Germany's first major defeat.
- Allied victory in North Africa enables invasion of Italy to be launched.
- Italy surrenders, but Germany takes over the battle.
-British and Indian forces fight Japanese in Burma. - Allies land at Anzio and bomb monastery at Monte Cassino.
- Soviet offensive gathers pace in Eastern Europe.
- D Day: The Allied invasion of France. Paris is liberated in August.
- Guam liberated by the US Okinawa, and Iwo Jima bombed. - Auschwitz liberated by Soviet troops.
- Russians reach Berlin: Hitler commits suicide and - Germany surrenders on 7 May.
- Truman becomes President of the US on Roosevelt's death, and Attlee replaces Churchill.
- After atomic bombs are dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan surrenders on 14 August. We have done: We searched for the number of days the 8 refugees (Anne, Edith & Otto Frank, Mr Mrs & Peter van Peels and Fritz Pfeffer) staid in the hidding place. Activity12: session 8 Two years and 29 days PBL & Mathematic intelligences. They staid in the annex: session 8 Activity12: 29 days We have looked for several films related to the Holocaust and his sound tracks. session 5 Activity7: session 8 Activity11: session 8 Activity11: Activity11: session 8 Activity11: session 8 session 8 Activity11: session 8 Activity11: session 8 Activity11: Activity11: session 8 Activity10: session 7 Resources for the information: http://members.tripod.com/BKoch_2/annefrank/ Web quest: session 6 Activity9: Activity15: session 11 Anne Frank: The whole story The boy in the striped pyjamas Before the fall session 11 Activity15: Activity15: session 11 Activity15: session 11 session 11 Activity15: session 11 Activity15: The reader session 11 Activity15: http://listas.20minutos.es/lista/peliculas-del-genocidio-nazi-alemania-holocausto-13586/ Information resources: youtube session 11 Activity15: We have done: We have compared the diet people had in the IIWW and the nowadays diet.
The teacher gaves as a webpage with some of the necesary information. session 9 Activity14: A tin of dried (powdered) eggs. Fresh eggs were rationed. The Ministry of Food published recipes telling people how to make cakes with dried eggs. Food rationing began. In this butcher's shop, customers were learning how the ration-coupon system worked Beside a ration book are one person's rations for a week, including four rashers of bacon and one egg. Activity14: session 9 Activity14: session 9 Activity14: session 9 o A table comparing the different diets: session 9 Activity14: People was more healthy in the IIWW than nowadays!! session 9 Activity14: session 9 Activity14: In this photo you can see children eating a carrot pricked on a stick. Intrapersonal We have done: We had imagined that we are Anne Frank and write the last entrance of the diary. We can choose if the entrance is: After the nazis arrest them.
If she sourvived the holocaust. session 10 Activity16: Activity16: session 10 I've chosen: After the nazis arrest them. Dear Kitty,
I supouse this'll be the last time I write to You. The time has arrived, the nazis have discovered us.
We are very sad, now we expect the worst, we are all waiting the worst. We know our future.
But you'll be in safe hid in a wardrove.
Tht's our time.
Bye Kitty. Activity11: - I and my partner Sara have recorded the interview of Anne Frank. session 11 Activity14: Activity3: http://www.annefrank.com/who-is-anne-frank/faqs/
The structure of the annex:
http://artengineeringcompany.com/Pages/techill.html#AnchorAFMuseum session 11 session 9 5.Starvation: the act or state of starving; condition of being starved. To die or perish from lack of food or nourishment.
5.Antisemitism, discrimination, apartheid, fanatism.

6.Ghettos: a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group.

7.Crematoriums: a building where the dead are cremated.
7.Gas chambers: Local (hermetic)closed where toxic gas is injected to smother. Activity6: Hitler Activity11: session 5 session 11 session 3 session 10 4 What do you think of your father second marriage? session 7 Activity14: Activity15: We have done: session 9 We have worked: Activity15: Beside a ration book are one person's rations for a week, including four rashers of bacon and one egg. Activity13: PBL (learning based on problems) Activity7: session 5 And we also have watched an interactive map of Auschwitch to see and understand the real conditions were Jews lived. To see all the new vocabulary in a context. We have worked: We have done: session 8 We have worked the intelligences: We done a cooperative work in groups of two.
We have chosen a character ,imagine he had survived the Holocaust , invent a questionary and interview him. Activity8: session 2 Activity4: Activity14: 5 Have You forgiven Nazis people? We have done: 1940 Activity13: o Hitler had xenophobia Activity4: Activity9: Activity6: We have chosen our favourite character, and give reasones of our choose.
I have chosen Otto Frank. Activity12: session 9 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_victims#Disabled_people Activity14: A table comparing the different diets: Activity10: Activity10: Activity7: - The II World War starts.
1 September: Hitler invades Poland.
Because of that: Britain and France declare war on Germany two days later. session 8 session 8 Activity15: Activity5: session 9 session 8 We have worked the intelligences: session 4 - In the UK rationing begins.
- German 'Blitzkrieg' overwhelms (aclapara) Belgium, Holland and France.
- Churchill becomes Prime Minister of Britain.
- British victory in Battle of Britain forces Hitler to postpone invasion plans.
- British Expeditionary Force evacuated from Dunkirk. Activity5: We have looked for several films related to the Holocaust and his sound tracks. Activity11: Activity13: session 4 - We have guessed how many people were nazis victims. session 8 We have done: At my first impact I didn't like it, I wasn't agree. But he did it to recover after his great breakdown and sadness.




Hmm... well... I don't want to generalize, but those who were evil against Jews aren't easy to forgive. I'm trying to do it. It´s very difficult. After what I've lived in the Holocaust, my eyes have seen so much. I'll forgive them, but don't let to repeat it again. People was more healthy in the IIWW than nowadays!! Definitions of the vcabulary: 1939 29 days Activity6: 1941 Activity12: session 9 session 4 Otto Frank:
He fought in the 1st World War.
For safety all the family decided to leave Germany (1933) and go to Amsterdam, Holland. After that, he started a company of ham-making business called Opteka, in a tall building, and he was the manager.
When Germans entered the city, he had the plan to hide on the top floor of the building.
When his family got arrested, Germans brought him to Auschwitz, with other sick prisoners. There he protected Peter when his father died. He didn’t die on the camp, and remarried.
Years later he publicated Anne Frank's diary. We have worked the intelligence: Well, I was a teenage, as this consequence I had a bad mood in which I get on on my mother. I'm so sorry now. She was always ready to help me, but I didn't see it. Nazis persecuted those people only because they had a dislike to them. Interpersonal & linguistic Information resources: Activity11: Activity11: -The video is in a Movie Maker. session 4 session 4 session 8 session 8 session 11 Activity4: e session 4 We have worked the intelligence: session 9 http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/interactive/animations/auschwitz_map/index_embed.shtml Activity5: Jews 6,000,000
Homosexuals 100,000
Gypsies 150,000
Disabled 75,000
Poles 250, 000
Soviet civilian 1,200,000 Activity6: Visual, interpersonal, intrapersonal & linguistic. Activity5: 1942 A timeline with the most important events of the II World War. Activity4: session 9 session 8 session 11 session 4 session 5 session 5 Anne Frank:
She’s the daughter of Otto and Edith Frank she was born in Germany, on 12 June, 1929.
In the day of her thirteen birthdays she received a diary. And She started writting it. She had a growing love with Peter in her teenage life.
In the summer of 1944, her diary suddenly stops, all her family got arrested. She went with her sister Margot to Bergen-Belsen, were they died of typhus in February or march 1945. Activity5: PBL, methodology of comparing and contrasting and naturalistic intelligence. Activity14: session 9 Activity15: session 5 session 7 Information resources: Activity4: Activity10: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Segunda_Guerra_Mundial session 3 Bookcase hiding the door secret entrance We have done: Activity13: The reader session 3 http://members.tripod.com/BKoch_2/annefrank/ 1944 session 3 Resources for the information: Otto Frank, is an important character. I have chosen this character, because he's a clever, responsable, generous and brave person. session 4 session 5 session 4 We had imagined that we are Anne Frank and write the last entrance of the diary. We can choose if the entrance is: We have chosen: Anne Frank session 11 Web quest: h Zyclon B Activity11: Activity5: Liquidation of a ghetto Activity6: No,of course not. This was my real dream. But I wrote this diary only for an entertainment, and also to express my real feelings. As I didn't see my school friends to explain it to them and I didn't have a good relationship with my mother. Activity7: session 3 After the nazis arrest them.
If she sourvived the holocaust. session 7 The members of the group are: Clara & Sra Batista. He remaried Musical session 4 Activity5: A crematorium Activity4: session 10 Activity10: session 4 Activity15: session 5 1945 session 6 - Hitler begins Operation Barbarossa, "the invasion of Russia".
- The Blitz continues against Britain's major cities.
- Allies take Tobruk in North Africa, and resist German attacks.
- Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, and the US enters the war. session 8 session 4 Activity14: Sarah's key We have done: Activity16: session 8 Activity14: session 5 session 3 http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwtwo/ww2_summary_01.shtml Activity13: In this photo you can see children eating a carrot pricked on a stick. - Germany suffers setbacks at "Stalingrad" and "El Alamein".
- Singapore falls to the Japanese in February - around 25,000 prisoners taken.
- American naval victory at Battle of Midway, in June, marks turning point in Pacific War.
- Mass murder of Jewish people at Auschwitz begins. The questionarie: Activity16: Activity10: Activity7: Fateless Intrapersonal & linguistic. session 6 We have worked the intelligences: session 8 Intrapersonal - Surrender at Stalingrad marks Germany's first major defeat.
- Allied victory in North Africa enables invasion of Italy to be launched.
- Italy surrenders, but Germany takes over the battle.
-British and Indian forces fight Japanese in Burma. Now You'll see th questions: Interpersonal & intrapersonal. session 4 We have worked: We have done: PBL(learning based on problems) and intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligences. During the "Kristallnacht" Activity5: 1943 Activity7: Activity7: - Allies land at Anzio and bomb monastery at Monte Cassino.
- Soviet offensive gathers pace in Eastern Europe.
- D Day: The Allied invasion of France. Paris is liberated in August.
- Guam liberated by the US Okinawa, and Iwo Jima bombed. Allies Swestika Activity7: 3.Xenophobia: intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries.
3.Racism: the belief that each race or ethnic group possesses specific characteristics, abilities, or qualities that distinguish it as inferior or superior to another such group.
3.Antisemitism: the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people
3.Discrimination: the action of discriminating against people. Make an unjust distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age.
3.Apartheid: the system of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race in force in South Africa 1948–91.
3.Fanatism: excessive intolerance of opposing views Activity5: Visual & spatial 1 Did you really think your diary would be famous? h session 10 In the deepness of my heart I still love him. He was the best person I met. Always kind and with a big smile in his face. I've got a lot of good memorys of him. But it was only a teenage love. I love him like my best friend in the annex. session 5 2 Why did you have a so bad relation with
your mother? Axis We have worked the intelligences: Information resources: Activity5: session 4 session 4 Hitler was the "Früher of the nazis. The Wordle about vocabulary: We have done: 4.Opression: is the act of using power to empower and/orprivilege a group at the expense of disempowering,marginalizing, silencing, and subordinating another group.
4.Aggression: hostile or violent behaviour or attitudes.
4.Persecution: the act of persecuting: to pursue with harassing or oppressive treatment,especially because of religion, race, or beliefs; harasspersistently.
4.Brutality: savagely, violent.
4.Atrocity: an extremely wicked or cruel act.
4.Degradation: the condition or process of degrading or being degraded. Causing a loss of self-respect; humiliating. SS Officials Bookcase revolving the door secret entrance Activity15: 9.Swestika: is an equirateral cross, its arms bent at right angles, in either right-facing . The nazis sign.
9.SS Officials: the Nazi special police force.
9.Third Reich: Nazi Germany.

10.Kristallnacht: It occurred in Germany and Austria during the night from 9 to 10 November 1938. Was directed at Jewish citizens, the SS broke the glasses of the jewishes shops.
10.The Final Solution: was Nazi Germany's plan and execution of the systematic genocide of European jews during World War II, resulting in the most deadly phase of the Holocaust.

11.Arbeit macht Frei: it's the slogan that it's in the door of the extermition camps.
12.The Final Solution: was Nazi Germany's plan the most deadly phase of the Holocaust. session 3 The Alies and Axis In Auschwitz, the concentration camp where he staid, there was also Peter, without his father. They were in the same work camp, and he protected him as he could.

In the hiding place, he led some people to live in. Wich suposed more food and less space to live.

He fought, and survived the 1st World War.
He didn’t die in Auschwitz, and he could start a new life after the misfortune he had lived, and remarried.
He's a person with a lot of good qualities. Franco Linguistic - The Axis were: Germany, Japan & Italy. I've chosen: session 7 We have worked the intelligences: session 3 Activity9: Activity4: Inside of a gas chamber In: http://listas.20minutos.es/lista/peliculas-del-genocidio-nazi-alemania-holocausto-13586/ 7.Zyclon B: Used by the Nazi's in the holocaust against human beings in gas chambers of extermination. It was the trade name of a cyanide-based pesticide infamous
7.AktionT4: was the name used after World War II for the Euthanasia Program in Nazi Germany.

8.Früher :the title assumed by Hitler as leader of Germany.
8.Aryan: the language of the Aryan people. Activity11: Activity10: We have done: We have worked the intelligences: After the nazis arrest them. Activity5: - The Alies were : Great Britain, USA, China... Who unsered to the agresive and expansionist politic of the Axis. 1.4- Who were the Alies? and the Axis? Activity3: Information resources: 1.2-Why did it start? session 2 session 8 1.1-How did the II World War begin? Information resources: session 11 Behind Because of the agresive and expansionist (to want to expand her territory) politic of the facist powers, named Axis (Germany, Italy & Japan). Ruled by Hitler. With the German invasion in Poland. Interpersonal & intrapersonal. Dear Kitty,
I supouse this'll be the last time I write to You. The time has arrived, the nazis have discovered us.
We are very sad, now we expect the worst, we are all waiting the worst. We know our future.
But you'll be in safe hid in a wardrove.
Tht's our time.
Bye Kitty. 1.3-Wich were the two big groups of countries that were enemies? Activity11: Activity3: youtube session 7 Otto Frank ham factory Historical facts: Activity1: session 11 Session 1 session 2 - Auschwitz liberated by Soviet troops.
- Russians reach Berlin: Hitler commits suicide and - Germany surrenders on 7 May.
- Truman becomes President of the US on Roosevelt's death, and Attlee replaces Churchill.
- After atomic bombs are dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan surrenders on 14 August. The boy in the striped pyjamas Alfred Dussel:
A dentist, who came to hide in the hiding room.
He died on December 20, 1944, in Neuengamme concentration camp. His wife knew of his lasts ages of life because of Anne’s diary. One of the links we saw to help us to do this activity is a power point about the holocaust, in: http://www.slideshare.net/atkinsonms/holocaust-power-point Activity15: We watched a power-point about the main characters of the diary of Anne Frank. And we have done a breve description of them. We have worked yhe intelligences: Session 1 Activity15: Before the fall We have worked the intelligences: We have done: Like when Anne, her family and some other refugees, refugied from the germans in the Second World War, because of her jewish religion ( If they find them , they arrest them to die). During the day there were workers at the lower floor, and the refugees have to stay very silence. session 8 http://www.slideshare.net/cbrick/the-diary-of-anne-frank-power-point We searched for the number of days the 8 refugees (Anne, Edith & Otto Frank, Mr Mrs & Peter van Peels and Fritz Pfeffer) staid in the hidding place. session 11 The hiding place was the last plant of Anne's father, Otto, ham factory, unable to be seen from the street. We have done: Margot Frank:
The other daughter of Otto and Edith Frank, born in Frankfurt-am-Main I Germany 1926. Three years older than Anne, she got arrested and sent to Bergen-Belsen, here she contracted typhus and died, at either the end of February or March. We have done: We have worked: Activity13: Activity3: Anne Frank: The whole story Before reading the book, all the class staid 15 minutes in silence, without doing any tipe of noise. We have done: 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
Peter van Pels' Room 7' long x 13' 6" wide
Hermann and Auguste van Pels' Room 17' long x 18' 9" wide Mr van Daan:
He hid with Anne’s family. He died in Auschwitz, in a gas chamber. Three weeks after his arrival at Autschwitz. Edith Frank:
When she was arrested she was left in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Then her health started to deteriorate, and at being separated from her family She had a emotional breakdown.
She searched her daughters endlessly, and began to hoard what little food She could obtain, hiding it under her bunk, for her daughters. She said that Anne and Margot needed the food more than herselve, and therefore she refused to eat.
She died on January 6th, 1945 from starvation. Before reading the book, we watched a trailer of the film Anne Frank: The Whole story. We have done: session 8 Interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic
& visual session 8 We have done: We have worked: We looked the real dimensions of the annex, and with a band tape we draw on the floor the space were the refugees lived. This is a graphic in which you can see the main victims of the nazis. Mrs van Daan:
She hided with Anne’s family.
We don’t know when and how she died. Witnesses testified that she was with Edith's daughters in Bergen-Belsen, and she died before them. session 8 Activity3: Activity11: We had to look up the meaning of some words in the dictionary, and then do a wordle about them: We have worked the intelligences: session 6 Activity12: Activity2: Session 1 1.Concentration camp: A prision in wich large numbers of people are consentrate, usually in wars.
1.Extermination camp: A camp were the people who go die.
1.Work camps: A place that made people work very hard.







2.Holocaust: destruction or slaughter on a mass scale. The mass murder of Jews under the German Nazi regime in World War II.
2.Genocide: the deliberate killing of a very large number of people from a particular ethnic group or nation. Two years and 29 days Activity4: session 8 We have done: 3 Would You have marry Peter, or was only a teenage love? session 2 session 8 This is a graphic of the allies military deaths. Session 1 Activity2: Activity9: PBL & Mathematic intelligences. session 8 We have compared the diet people had in the IIWW and the nowadays diet.
The teacher gaves as a webpage with some of the necesary information. session 8 - We had to visit some webquests and treasure hunt amoung a list that the teacher suggested to us. And choose which was the most appropiate to our level. Spain didn´t participate directly, but yes indirectly.
Because the Spanish Civil War had recently ended, and that made over 200,000 fallen victims, in both sides, and they had to rebuild the country. We were in post-war.
If we could form part of the IIWW we would be in the Axis side because we had Franco governing Spain a big friend of Hitler. session 8 When the family left Germany and go to Amsterdam he could start, as a manager, a company of ham-making business.
He planed to hide on the upper floor of his factory, a place unable to be seen from the street. And the wardrove wich hided the door wich led to the hiding place.
After he got out of his camp, he saw and publicated Anne's diary. Peter:
He hided with Anne’s family. He was Mr and Mrs van Daan's son. H was eighteen years old
Otto Frank protected him a lot, because they were in the same camp and work group. He died in Mauthausen during a death march, three days before the liberation of this camp. Activity4: Activity15: session 5 Activity8: Axis also persecuted:
· Non-Aryan, non Europeans. People from: Africa, East Asia, J apan, Italy ...People opposed to the nazi regime,
· German comunists
· People belonging to certain nationalities associated with the Allies
· Some religious groups
· Jehovah's witnesses: 2,000
· Others FRANCISCO FRANCO, assumed the presidency in Spain, which virtually meant dictatorship. In Franco's Spain it was advisable to be unpolitical.
Franco's rule was heavy-handed, and many Spaniards resented it, many suffered for their opposition. session 7 Activity10: PBL & mathematic intelligence. session 3 Concentration camp Activity8: Activity1: Activity11: session 7 session 3 Activity11: 1.6.What happened in Spain at that time? session 3 1.5- Did Spain participate? Why? Activity14: Activity3: A tin of dried (powdered) eggs. Fresh eggs were rationed. The Ministry of Food published recipes telling people how to make cakes with dried eggs. Activity4: Activity13: session 4 They staid in the annex: session 2 session 2 Work camp We have answered some questions about the Second World War. And the teacher have given some links that talked about them. And we have watched some of them at class. Activity16: Food rationing began. In this butcher's shop, customers were learning how the ration-coupon system worked Activity4: Information resources: PBL & Mathematic intelligence.
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