FC: Anne Frank | Cordelia González 8E #12 September 2012
1: INEVITABLE CONFLICTS - Hiding for several years with people who were basically strangers and with very little space. - Major restrictions on noise, and no opportunity to go outside.
2: - You can only get to know the people you are living with. You cannot make new friends. You have to share everything with people you don't know. Things will be awkward the first days until you get to really know the rest of the people.
3: - You will become less social and when you get out of hiding you won't know how to be with the new people around you. You cannot do many things as a kid. You cannot play games, sing, dance, etc. You live with the fear of making noise.
4: How do you six million people compare to the population of your school? | HOW CAN YOU GRASP THE ENORMITY OF GENOCIDE INVOLVING SIX MILLION PEOPLE?
5: - At Colegio Ingles there are 1,940 people. To reach the six million people there would have to be about 3,092 Colegio Ingles schools.
6: How many football stadiums would be needed to hold six million people?
7: In North Korea's Rungrado May Day Stadium 150,000 people can be fitted. 40 of these stadiums would be needed to fit six million people.
8: 1. The Olympic Stadium in London has a capacity of 80,000 people. 80 of these stadiums would be needed to fit six million people.
9: 2. In Miami, Florida the population is 408,750. You would need to multiply this times 13 to fit six million people.
10: 3. Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas has a capacity of 6,660 people. About 900 of this cruise ships would be needed for six million people.
11: 4. New York City's Yankee Stadium has a capacity of 50,291 people. About 11,930 stadiums would be needed to hold six million people.
12: 5. Jamaica has a population of 2,709,300. You would need to multiply this times 2.2 to fit six million people.