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100 200 300 400 500 Who Am I?Fill It In Vocabulary Who Said It? Who Am I? 2 All About Anne
I brought a fur coat to the attic. Who Am I? 100
Mrs. Van Daan Who Am I? 100
I steal food from the kitchen. Who Am I? 200
Mr. Van Daan Who Am I? 200
I am the “leader” of the group in hiding. Who Am I? 300
Mr. Frank Who Am I? 300
I am a dentist. Who Am I? 400
Mr. Dussel Who Am I? 400
I receive a scarf from Anne as a gift. Who Am I? 500
Mr. Frank Who Am I? 500
The Diary of Anne Frank, in the form of a play, covers approximately _________ years. Fill It In 100
The Diary of Anne Frank, in the form of a play, covers approximately three years. Fill It In 100
The link to the outside world is voluntarily provided by __________. Fill It In 200
The link to the outside world is voluntarily provided by Miep or Mr. Kraler. Fill It In 200
Act II begins on __________________, 1944. Fill It In 300
Act II begins on New Year’s Day, 1944. Fill It In 300
Mr. Van Daan asks Miep to sell ____________ in order to buy ____________. Fill It In 400
Mr. Van Daan asks Miep to sell Mrs. Van Daan’s fur coat in order to buy cigarettes. Fill It In 400
Mr. Frank tells Miep that he will leave Amsterdam because it holds too many ______________ for him. Fill It In 500
Mr. Frank tells Miep that he will leave Amsterdam because it holds too many memories for him. Fill It In 500
A section of uninterrupted action in an act of a drama Vocabulary 100
scene Vocabulary 100
The events of the play take place in a large setting, a time and place in the world Vocabulary 200
historical context Vocabulary 200
Showing events from the past as though they are happening in the present Vocabulary 300
flashback Vocabulary 300
These notes convey information about sound effects, actions, sets, and characters’ personalities Vocabulary 400
stage directions Vocabulary 400
Hints of what will occur Vocabulary 500
foreshadowing Vocabulary 500
“At last I’ll have some cigarettes.” Who Said It? 100
Mr. Van Daan Who Said It? 100
“Miep or I, or both of us will be up each day to bring you food and news.” Who Said It? 200
Mr. Kraler Who Said It? 200
“I dreamed that they came for us. The green police. They broke the door.” Who Said It? 300
Anne Frank Who Said It? 300
“We have nothing in common. She doesn’t understand me.” Who Said It? 400
Anne Frank Who Said It? 400
“We’re all of us hungry! I see the children getting thinner and thinner.” Who Said It? 500
Mrs. Frank Who Said It? 500
What does Anne have trouble destroying, but Peter does not, at the beginning of the play? All About Anne 100
Her yellow Star of David All About Anne 100
With whom does Anne share her bedroom? All About Anne 200
Mr. Dussel All About Anne 200
What does Anne do to Mrs. Van Daan’s favorite possession that really upsets her? All About Anne 300
She spills milk on Mrs. Van Daan’s fur coat. All About Anne 300
What is Anne’s nickname for her father? All About Anne 400
Pim All About Anne 400
What is the name of the concentration camp where Anne dies? All About Anne 500
Bergen-Belsen All About Anne 500
I am allergic to cats. Who Am I? 2 100
Mr. Dussel Who Am I? 2 100
I teach the children their school subjects. Who Am I? 2 200
Mr. Frank Who Am I? 2 200
I may be blackmailing Mr. Kraler Who Am I? 2 300
Carl Who Am I? 2 300
I like to do crossword puzzles. Who Am I? 2 400
Margot Who Am I? 2 400
I received a razor from Anne. Who Am I? 2 500
Peter Who Am I? 2 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: What Happened to the Characters? Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Who was the only character/person to be killed in the gas chambers? Click on screen to continue
Mr. Van Daan (Hermann Van Pels) Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Remember to STUDY!
THIS IS With Host... Your Who Am I?Theme Punctuate Who Said It? Character Development All About Anne.
The Play of the Diary of Anne Frank
Act I Review for DOF. What are the attic dwellers doing in the last scene of Act 1?
$100 $500 $400 $200 $300 $200 $300 $500 $400 History Vocab.DramaPot Luck CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY People.
Hosted by Ms. Reilly Characters Relationships Setting Details
Anne Frank A Voice in the Darkness.
TEST REVIEW: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK The test is on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
TEST REVIEW: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK The test is on Thursday, May 6 th, 2010.
The Diary of Anne Frank Act II Study Guide
Act One Questions and Discussion
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Anne Frank & The Holocaust. History & Background Literary Elements Vocabulary Anne Frank Grab Bag $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
WHO WAS ANNE FRANK?. Anne Frank’s family fled Germany in 1933 when Hitler came to power They took refuge in Amsterdam, Holland In 1940 Hitler captured.
ACTIVATING STRATEGY: What’s in my head about the HOLOCAUST?
“The Diary of Anne Frank”
The Diary of Anne Frank Act II Study Guide 1.When does Act II begin? How long have the families been in hiding? January 1944 (July 1942 – January 1944)
Anne Frank The Holocaust. Born on in, Germany moved to Amsterdam, (The Netherlands) Holland was by Hitler. June 12, 1929 Frankfurt1933 Holland.
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