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5 Who Am I?Theme Punctuate Who Said It? Character Development All About Anne

6 I brought a fur coat to the attic. Who Am I? 100

7 Mrs. Van Daan Who Am I? 100

8 I steal food from the kitchen. Who Am I? 200

9 Mr. Van Daan Who Am I? 200

10 I am the “leader” of the group in hiding. Who Am I? 300

11 Mr. Frank Who Am I? 300

12 I am a dentist. Who Am I? 400

13 Mr. Dussel Who Am I? 400

14 I receive a scarf from Anne as a gift. Who Am I? 500

15 Mr. Frank Who Am I? 500

16 Which action from Act Two best expresses the theme of the essential goodness of people? A.Mrs. Frank forgives Mr. Van Daan for stealing their food. B.Mr. Frank gives Mrs. Frank’s piece of cake to the children. C.The Van Daans offer their personal belongings for sale to buy supplies. D.Mr. Dussel separates the food into piles for everyone. Theme 100

17 A.Mrs. Frank forgives Mr. Van Daan for stealing their food. Theme 100

18 Which quotation or scene description matches the theme that “danger and difficulty can make a person more serious and more mature?” A. “I think more seriously about life now.” B. “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” C. In Scene 3, Mr. Van Daan is discovered stealing bread, and Mrs. Frank wants to throw him out. D. “You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn’t stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think myself out.” Theme 200

19 A. “I think more seriously about life now.” Theme 200

20 Which quotation or scene description matches the theme that “one should never despair of the good in human nature?” A.“I think more seriously about life now.” B.“In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” C.In Scene 3, Mr. Van Daan is discovered stealing bread, and Mrs. Frank wants to throw him out. D.“You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn’t stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think myself out.” Theme 300

21 B. “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” Theme 300

22 Which event in Act II shows that danger can bring out the worst in people? Theme 400

23 Mr. Van Daan steals food. Theme 400

24 Explain how Anne and Peter support theme of loneliness of adolescence. Theme 500

25 Multiple correct answers Theme 500

26 Choose the correctly punctuated sentence. A.Anne wrote in her diary because paper has more patience than people. B.Anne wrote in her diary “because paper has more patience than people.” C.Anne wrote in her diary “because paper has more patience than people”. D.“Anne wrote in her diary because paper has more patience than people.” Punctuate 100

27 B: Anne wrote in her diary “because paper has more patience than people.” Punctuate 100

28 Choose the correctly punctuated sentence. A.Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy will make others happy.” B.Anne wrote “Whoever is happy will make others happy.” C.Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy will make others happy”. D.Anne wrote “whoever is happy will make others happy.” Punctuate 200

29 A: Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy will make others happy.” Punctuate 200

30 Choose the correctly punctuated sentence. A.“Where there’s hope, there’s life.” said Anne. “It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” B.“Where there’s hope, there’s life,” said Anne. “It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” C.“Where there’s hope, there’s life,” said Anne, “It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” D.“Where there’s hope, there’s life, said Anne. It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” Punctuate 300

31 B: “Where there’s hope, there’s life,” said Anne. “It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.” Punctuate 300

32 Choose the correctly abbreviated sentence. “Although I'm only fourteen, I know quite well what I want; I know who is right and who is wrong. I have my opinions, my own ideas and principles, and although it may sound pretty mad from an adolescent, I feel more of a person than a child, I feel quite independent of anyone.” A.“Although I’m only fourteen... I feel quite independent of anyone.” B.“Although I’m only fourteen I feel quite independent of anyone. C.“I feel more of a person than a child, I feel quite independent of anyone...” D.“I feel quite independent of anyone…” Punctuate 400

33 A.“Although I’m only fourteen... I feel quite independent of anyone.” Punctuate 400

34 Choose the correctly punctuated sentence. A.“Everyone in the office has gone home...It’s after six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use of torturing yourself like this?” B.“Everyone in the office has gone home….it’s after six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use of torturing yourself like this?” C.“Everyone in the office has gone home.... It’s after six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use of torturing yourself like this?” Punctuate 500

35 C: “Everyone in the office has gone home.... It’s after six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use of torturing yourself like this?” Punctuate 500

36 “At last I’ll have some cigarettes.” Who Said It? 100

37 Mr. Van Daan Who Said It? 100

38 “Miep or I, or both of us will be up each day to bring you food and news.” Who Said It? 200

39 Mr. Kraler Who Said It? 200

40 “I dreamed that they came for us. The green police. They broke the door.” Who Said It? 300

41 Anne Frank Who Said It? 300

42 What did Anne mean by, “I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are really good at heart”? Who Said It? 400

43 Even though the Nazi are destroying everything she loves, Anne stays positive and thinks the world, and its people, are good. Who Said It? 400

44 What does Mr. Frank mean by, “For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope”? What can they hope for, now that they have been caught? Who Said It? 500

45 Answers will vary. Who Said It? 500

46 What does Anne have trouble destroying, but Peter does not, at the beginning of the play? All About Anne 100

47 Her yellow Star of David All About Anne 100

48 With whom does Anne share her bedroom? All About Anne 200

49 Mr. Dussel All About Anne 200

50 What does Anne do to Mrs. Van Daan’s favorite possession that really upsets her? All About Anne 300

51 She spills milk on Mrs. Van Daan’s fur coat. All About Anne 300

52 What is Anne’s nickname for her father? All About Anne 400

53 Pim All About Anne 400

54 What is the name of the concentration camp where Anne dies? All About Anne 500

55 Bergen-Belsen All About Anne 500

56 What is Mrs. Van Daan’s reaction to her son and Anne spending more time together? Character Development 100

57 Jealously Character Development 100

58 The crisis following the lampshade, Mr. Frank’s actions show him to be_____. Character Development 200

59 the calmest person Character Development 200

60 Why is Mrs. Frank so upset when Mr. Van Daan is caught stealing food in the Annex? Character Development 300

61 It meant less food for the children. Character Development 300

62 How does Anne and Peter’s relationship change in Act II? Character Development 400

63 They begin to fall in love. Character Development 400

64 Why do Anne and Peter take such great pains getting ready for their date? Character Development 500

65 They want to seem like normal teenagers and make the “date” seem special. Character Development 500

66 The Final Jeopardy Category is: What Happened to the Characters? Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

67 Who was the only character/person to be killed in the gas chambers? Click on screen to continue

68 Mr. Van Daan (Hermann Van Pels) Click on screen to continue

69 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Remember to STUDY!


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