Agenda 1/25/2017


Bell Work

  1. Turn to a partner and verbally summarize what we have read in Act 1, Scenes 1-4.
  2. Compare the evidence you gathered in your bubble maps. Add any information your partner has that you do not to your bubble maps on pages 87 (setting), 88 (Anne Frank), and 89 (character of your choice) in your interactive notebook.

Class Work

    1. Read Act 1, Scene 5 (p.314) of The Diary of Anne Frank.
    2. Update your bubble maps on pages 87-89 of your interactive notebook with evidence from today’s reading.
      • Your evidence should describe your character’s
        • Actions
        • Thoughts/feelings
        • Dialogue
        • Physical description
      • Your evidence should also describe the setting’s
        • Physical description
        • Atmosphere (tone/mood)
        • Effects on the characters
    3. Update map of Secre Annex where necessary


  1. Pick one character (excluding Anne) about which you will write.
  2. Gather more evidence from the text describing his or her
    • actions
    • thoughts/feelings
    • speech
    • physical description
  3. Write a body paragraph addressing the prompt: How does the playwrights’ use of characterization affect your understanding of the Holocaust?


  1. Make sure your bubble maps are plentiful in evidence. On Thursday, we will be doing an activity where you will rely on the evidence you have gathered from the text.

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