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"Dear Kitty," -A Book Study on Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

In this 6 week class, we will meet twice weekly to study the theme, characters, symbolism, and summary of the book, "Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl" using learning aids to assist with information gathering and discussion.
Mrs. Moss
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Meets 2x per week
Over 6 weeks
55 minutes per class

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Students will be able to identify characters, themes, and symbolism of the book, "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl".  Students will also respect other's opinions and responses.  Lastly, students will be able to speak of the atrocities of World War II and its effect on not only the world but also on its effect on a young girl coming of age. 
I am a long-time history teacher with experience of teaching multi-national students.  I am familiar and equipped in dealing with difficult studies to a diverse audience. 

If the student is questioning a "hot-topic" I will refer to the child's guardian for clarification. These hot-topics include sexuality in-depth, different specific types of torture used as punishment for the POW and other information that is not appropriate for mixed company....
Homework is going to be reading the book and preparing for class discussion with an option of journaling.

The reading schedule will be as follows: 
Week 1: pp 1-38,
Week 2: pp 38-72,
Week 3: pp 72 - 124,
Week 4: pp 124-179,
Week 5: pp 179-272, 
Week 6: pp 272 - 268.

Lastly, there will a creative project due at the end of the 6 weeks.
Teacher will provide your learner with study materials. Please have them printed out and in a folder/file. Also, the teacher will include a pacing guide to follow. Third, your learner will need the book, "Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl". Lastly, the student will be asked to present a project, but all materials are normal supplies often found at home.
I will provide comprehension questions for the reading, a rubric for the final project, and any other assessment upon your request.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
The book talks about the heinous facts of World War II, including but not limited to, antisemitism,  the Gestapo, Concentration camps, starvation, and The Holocaust. The book also talks about Anne coming of age so there will be some discussion on puberty as well.  
Please see the following site for clarification:
"Frank, Anne. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl."  Translated from the Dutch by B.M. Mooyaart-Doubleday, with an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. Bantam: New York, 1993.
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Mrs. MossTeacher Rachel
34 total reviews
39 completed classes

About Me

Hey, Thank you for dropping by! I am Teacher Rachel from Sunny Florida, USA!  

I have a BA in Education from Baptist College of Florida and half-way through my Master's degree.  I love learning and sharing what inspires me. Thus- Teaching!!!!

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