Teaching the Diary of Anne Frank (Grades 5 and UP)

Teaching the Diary of Anne Frank Grades and UP An In Depth Resource for Learning about the Holocaust Through the Writings of Anne FrankBy Susan MogerThis sensitively written scrupulously researched resource provides the background information and

  • Title: Teaching the Diary of Anne Frank (Grades 5 and UP)
  • Author: Susan Moger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • An In Depth Resource for Learning about the Holocaust Through the Writings of Anne FrankBy Susan MogerThis sensitively written, scrupulously researched resource provides the background information and materials you need to teach The Diary of Anne Frank, and place it in the context of the Holocuast Filled with discussion questions, ideas for journal writing, documents, timAn In Depth Resource for Learning about the Holocaust Through the Writings of Anne FrankBy Susan MogerThis sensitively written, scrupulously researched resource provides the background information and materials you need to teach The Diary of Anne Frank, and place it in the context of the Holocuast Filled with discussion questions, ideas for journal writing, documents, timelines, poetry, photos, and , this important book will help you help your students come to understand Anne Frank and the tragedy of the Holocaust.112 pages 8 1 2 x 11 Grades 5 Up

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    1. The first thing I noticed about Susan Moger’s book, Teaching the Diary of Anne Frank: An In-Depth Resource for Learning About the Holocaust Through the Writings of Anne Frank was her personal connection to Anne’s story. Here are the opening words to the preface:I was born the day Anne Frank went into hiding-July 6, 1942. When I first read The Diary of a Young Girl, I was 13, the same age as Anne when she started her diary. That combination of events, and the fact that I, too, kept a diary, f [...]

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