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Teacher ResourceEpisode 425th February 2020Anne Frank1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.Briefly summarise the BTN Anne Frank story.Where was Anne Frank from? Find using Google Maps.What did Anne Frank call her diary?How old was Anne when she started keeping a diary?Where did Anne Frank and her family flee from before arriving in theNetherlands?What political party was Adolf Hitler a leader of?How were Jewish people treated by the Nazis?What happened to Anne Frank’s family when the Nazis invaded theNetherlands?How did you feel watching the BTN Anne Frank story?What questions do you have about this story?Personal ResponseStudents will write a personal response to the BTN Anne Frank story. Leavea comment on the BTN Anne Frank story page. Ask students to finish one ormore of the following incomplete sentences: This story made me feel .It was interesting to learn that This story made me wonder Anne Frank’s story is important because.Five words that I would use to describe Anne Frank Class DiscussionHold a class discussion about the information raised in the Anne Frankstory. Students will then create a class mind map about Anne Frank. Usethe following questions to guide discussion: Who was Anne Frank? Who were the Nazis and how did they treat Jewish people? Why did she and her family hide in the annex at her father’s work? What was life like for Anne and her family hiding in the annex? What did Anne write about in her diary? What happened to Anne and her family when they werediscovered by German soldiers?Students may find it useful to watch the BTN Second World War storywhich explains the events that led up to the Second World War and givesa brief history of the war. The Who was Anne Frank? video gives anoverview of Anne’s life. ABC 2020Students will learn more about thelife of Anne Frank and thetreatment of Jewish people duringWWII.HASS / Inquiry and skills – Year5&6Develop appropriate questions toguide an inquiry about people,events, developments, places,systems and challenges.Locate and collect relevantinformation and data from primarysources and secondary sources.Sequence information aboutpeople’s lives, events,developments and phenomenausing a variety of methodsincluding timelines.HASS / Inquiry and skills – Year7Construct significant questionsand propositions to guideinvestigations about people,events, developments, places,systems and challenges.Present ideas, findings,viewpoints, explanations andconclusions in a range of textsand modes that incorporatesource materials, citations,graphic representations anddiscipline-specific terms,conventions and concepts.

Anne Frank TimelineStudents create a timeline to sequence the main events in AnneFrank’s life. Use the timeline template at the end of this activity torecord key dates and events. Here is some information they maylike to include: When and where was Anne Frank was born? Anne and her family move to the Netherlands Germany invades the Netherlands Anne receives a diary Anne and her family go into hiding in the Secret Annex The Annex is raided and the people in the Secret Annexwere put in prison. The people from the Secret Annex were sent to Auschwitz. Anne and her sister Margot are taken to Bergen-Belsenconcentration camp. Anne and Margot die in the concentration camp. WWII endsAnne’s book was publishedAnne Frank ResearchDiscuss the story as a class and ask students to pose questions about Anne Frank, her life hiding in theannex and after she was sent to a concentration camp. Students will develop an appropriate question toguide an inquiry about Anne Frank (below are some example key questions). Alternatively, students maywant to choose to investigate a question about the Holocaust and the treatment of Jewish people duringWWII. What historical events affected Anne Frank’s life? How were Jewish people treated during WWII? How did the German invasion of the Netherlands affect Jewish people living there during WWII? What did a typical day in the Secret Annex look like? How did writing her diary help Anne deal with living in hiding? What impact did Anne Frank’s diary have on the world? Why do we remember Anne Frank today?Students will collect and record information from a wide variety of primary and secondary sources andpresent the information they find in an interesting way. Primary sources – Through using primary sources, that is a document like a diary, paintings or aphysical object, that was written or created at a particular time, we can gain an understanding ofwhat might have happened at a place in time. Secondary sources – Secondary sources are documents written after an event has occurred,providing “second-hand” accounts of that event, person, or topic. Unlike primary sources, whichprovide first-hand accounts, secondary sources offer different perspectives, analysis, andconclusions of those accounts.As part of their research, students will need to: Use appropriate terms and concepts in their presentation and refer to evidence and sources.Write down the name of the source of the information. ABC 2020

Look for facts and opinions that answer their inquiry question/s.Write down using their own words facts and opinions from the source.Students can present the information in one of the followng ways: A ‘Did You Know’ Facts sheet Prezi presentation Oral presentation An infographic using CanvaAnne Frank – Create a biographyBefore students begin to construct their biographies, hold a class discussion to find out what they alreadyknow about biographical writing. Discuss what type of information is included in a biography and what theytell us about a person. The Civics and Citizenship website has some examples of biographies for students tolook at.Using the Biography template at the end of this activity, students will find and record information about AnneFrank. Alternatively, students may want to choose another person in Anne’s family or one of the people thathelped them while they were hiding in the Secret Annex.Some possible areas of research include: Where was Anne Frank born? Locate using GoogleMaps. When was she born? When and why did her family move to Amsterdam? Why did her family hide in the Secret Annex above herfather’s business? What challenges did she face while she was hiding inthe Annex? Why did Anne record her thoughts in a diary? What happened when Anne and her family werediscovered by German soldiers? What do you admire about Anne Frank? Sketch a portrait of Anne Frank. Explore andexperiment with different techniques and media toproduce a portrait.Further investigation Imagine you could sit down and talk to Anne Frank.What questions would you ask about her life? ABC 2020

Virtual Tour – The Secret AnnexStudents go on a virtual tour of the Secret Annex where Anneand her family hid for more than two years during WWII.Start the virtual tour here. To move from room to room in theSecret Annex, click on the door icon.The tour starts in the secret bookcase. Students can explorethe space where the revolving bookcase hid the entrance tothe Secret Annex. Use the toggle to move around the room then watch the video to learn more about howthe revolving bookcase works. Students then respond to the following questions: Look around the space. What words would you use to describe the space?Why were the Nazis searching Dutch people’s houses?Why was the secret bookcase built?How does the secret bookcase work?What happened on the 4th of August 1944?Otto, Edith and Margot Frank’s room Look around the room. What can you see? What does the room tell you about the Frank family? Click on the icon that describes a day in the Secret Annex. Watch the short video that describes thedaily routine. What did you learn watching the video? What was surprising?Anne Frank’s room Look around Anne’s room. What words would you use to describe it? How did Anne decorate her room? What game did Anne play when she was bored? Who did Anne share the room with? How did she feel about sharing the space? Click on the icon that describes Anne’s diary and watch the short video. Who did Anne address her letters to and what did she write about in her diary? Why was Otto Frank surprised when he read Anne’s diary?Students can explore other rooms in the Secret Annex and respond to these questions: What does the room tell us about what life was like living in the Secret Annex? What challenges did the people hiding in the Secret Annex face?Who was Anne Frank? Anne Frank as-anne-frank/The Secret Annex – Anne Frank t-annex/A typical day in the Secret Annex - Anne Frank -depth/typical-day-secret-annex/Second World War – ld-war/11460762Anne Frank: A Life in Hiding – Newsroundhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/46987263 ABC 2020

Timeline of Anne Frank’s lifeDate ABC 2020Significant event

Biography – Anne FrankFull nameBornMy familyPortrait of mePeople in my life who helped meInteresting things about meMy challenges ABC 2020

ABC 2020 Anne Frank Timeline . Anne’s book was published Anne Frank Research Discuss the story as a class and ask students to pose questions about Anne Frank, her life hiding in the .

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