S: BY: LaNise Hines
BC: the end !!
FC: ANNE FRANK(:
2: WHY I CHOSE THIS TOPIC ?? | The reason why i chose this topic on Anne frank is because after we read the book in class i was interested in finding out more about her and what was important. I really didn't know much about her until we read the story.
4: what i already know ? never really knew that much before i read the book. I knew that Anne died at the age of 15, she was in hiding with about 7 other people, lived in Amsterdam, and also lied through wwII.
6: HOW WAS ANNE LIFE BEFORE GOING INTO HIDING ??
7: ANNE WAS FULL OF LIFE AND ALWAYS ASKED QUESTIONS. THEY GREW UP IN A RELIGIOUSLY DIVERSE ENVIORMENT.ANNE HAD A HAPPY CHILDHOOD UNTIL SHE WAS 4 WHEN THE EVENTS IN GERMANY CHANGED THE FAMILY'S LIFE LIFE FOREVER.JEWS LOST THEIR HOMES AND JOBS.
8: how was Anne life while in the concentration camp ?
9: HARD ): she was taking to a camp and trained at Westerbork near the Germany border on august 8, 1944.later on the family got split up. Anne and Margot went to Auschwitz, which was a camp set up by the Nazi to get rid of the people they considered to be "Undesirable". she later died of a disease called typhus.
10: how did Anne feel while in hiding?? Anne describe her life as SILENCEin hiding.She couldn't go outside to play with other children,couldn't run around the house and jump and scream. the only thing she did was basically talk to peter and write in her diary.
12: conclusion(: the main part of this mixbook was to tell that Anne had a very important role to play in this book, and world. I think if it wasn't for Anne some of this stuff wouldn't of happened. The diary was one the most valuable thing to Anne, if she didn't have that i think her life couldn't of gotten any worse.
13: what i learned? | i learned many things from this project. some things i learned was that, Anne was very important to her family. The diary was very important to her.Anne died of disease call typhus, and died at the age of 15.
14: BIBLIOGRAPHY: 1.Rol, van D. Anne Frank beyond the diary, Puffin Books, 1993. Print. 2.Lewis, Ralph. The story of Anne Frank. Kinders reader, 2001. Print. 3.Denenbeg, barry. Shadow life. Broadway, NY:2005. Print.
15: 4.Epstein, Rachel S.Anne Frank: the biography.Raintre Steck, 1994. print. 5.Muller, Melissa. Anne Frank: the biography. Henry Holt, 1994. Print, 6. Maarsen, Jacqueline V. My name is Anne Frank, she said Anne Frank. London, England: Aracdid, 2007. Print.