Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Jeff Cole Bishop Elementary Day 1 Word Knowledge Dog-tired Right-hand Lace-up Long-winded Hyphenated word _____. Also, becomes an adjective (adj) to describe noun (shoes) Day 1 Word Knowledge satchel fetch Short vowel is ___ before _tch. kitchen Day 1 Word Knowledge-A person is Dutch they live in: Holland (Netherlands) Day 1 Word Knowledge stairs stares poor pour Homophones are Words that sound The same but have Different spellings And different Meanings. Day 1 Word Knowledge stingy grouchy sturdy steady Word Knowledge Sentences • • • • • I had on lace-up shoes. Identify the adjective and the word it describes Lace-up shoes Margot filled her satchel with schoolbooks. Name the possesive pronoun and the noun it refers to. • Her, Margot Word Knowledge Sentences • There is another door at the top of the stairs. • What kind of sentence is this? • Statement • Rearrange the words to turn it into a question • Is there another door at the top of the stairs? Word Knowledge Sentences • An unscratchable itch can make a grouchy person even grouchier. • Grouchy to grouchier- rule • Y is changed to i and add er -ier Background • Diaries- usually not written to be shared with anyone • Any predictions based on survival readings already? • 1939-1945 World War 2 • The Holocaust-the Nazi regime in Germany placed millions of people, mainly Jewish people (Jews), in concentration camps. • Millions were beaten and killed because of hatred of others, and many who died were not actually fighting on the battlefield. Background • Anne died in March 1945 but shortly after the war ended and her dad returned to their hiding spot where he found her diaries. • Anne’s diaries have been translated into 32 languages and made into a play and a movie • Clues, Problems, Wonderings • Clue- “Yes, I’m still alive”—Anne has survived • Problem- stifled? • Wondering- Who is Kitty? Day 1 Anne Frank: pages 392-394: Authors Point of View Europe Germany Nazis World War 2 Jewish Diary Memories Pack Day 1 Anne Frank: pages 392-394: Authors Point of View Who is telling the story? Anne is telling the story. Is Kitty Anne’s pet? Kitty is Anne’s diary. Who is Margot in the story? Margot is Anne’s sister Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394-396: Author’s Point of View Understand how Anne’s family leaves their home to escape Understand that when a story is written in first-person point of view, the reader can only know what the narrator knows. Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394 last paragraph-396: Author’s Point of View Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase Why don’t you know where the secret hiding place is? I do not know where the ________ hiding place is because ______ does not know where it is. I do not know where the secret hiding place is because Anne does not know where it is. Day 2 Anne Frank: pages 394 last paragraph-396: Author’s Point of View Escape, neighbor, secret, suitcase How do you know that Anne’s neighbor will take care of her cat? I know because ______ writes about it in her_____ . I know because Anne writes about it in her diary. Day 2 Contractions & Double Negatives Yes, I’m still alive, indeed, but don’t ask where or how. (do not) You wouldn’t understand a word. (would not) “Of course, he won’t go.” (will not) We hadn’t had a bit of anything warm the whole day, but we didn’t care. Day 2 Contractions & Double Negatives I didn’t have no time to read the book. (double negative) I have never read a book like this one. (correct) Day 3 Author’s Point of View Understand where the Franks hide Use authors point of view to identify information about the author Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet—a bath room, go into hiding Day 3 Author’s Point of View 397-400 Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet — a bath room, go into hiding Ann describes the secret Annex as “beautiful.” What does this tell you about Anne? It tell me that _______ . It tells me that Anne is able to see the good in things even when they are very bad. The Annex Day 3 Author’s Point of View 397-400 Annex, staircase, W.C. compartment/water closet — a bath room, go into hiding Anne calls her diary “you” when she writes. What does this tell you about Anne? It tells me that _______ . It tells me that Anne thinks of her diary as a kind of friend. Day 3 Homophones: Words that sound alike but have different meanings Waste Waist Meat Clothes Meet Close Day 3 Contractions and Double Negatives doesn’t any The librarian does not have no books about movie monsters, but the there librarian said that their will be a new shipment of books coming next ever week. She told me that nobody has never asked her for a book your about movie monsters before. If you’ve found you’re book, you can there don’t go sit over they’re and read it. I do not want to go home yet, do it’s you? I know its time to go home and finish the dishes, but I still haven’t any have not found no books yet. Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401 Understand that in true historical stories, the reader often knows things that the narrator does not know Express a personal point of view about a story. Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401 Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change Anne and her father spend their first days in the attic cleaning and unpacking. Why do you think they did this? I think _____ so ________ . I think they wanted to keep busy so they did not have to think about what had happened. Day 4 Author’s Point of View 400-401 Vocabulary: arrive, unpack, busy, realize, change Why do you think Anne realized what had happened only after she wrote in her diary? I think _________. I think writing about something that happens can help people understand.