Lesson plan for reading The Diary of Anne Frank. This lesson invites you to supplement your students' reading of The Diary of a Young Girl by connecting the diary to the study of history and to honor the legacy of Anne Frank, the writer, as she inspires your students to use writing to deepen their insights into their own experiences and the experiences of others.
This touching interactive online museum is devoted to all aspects of Anne Frank's life. Visit the annex where she hid, take a virtual walk though the rooms, read about Anne's life and her graphic biography, see the Anne Frank tree, and visit the actual museum built in her honor. This is a highly recommended, heartfelt site for all ages to appreciate.
Ann Frank house, Amsterdam Need to go back and read her diary again. We got to go behind the bookcase to the hidden stairs up into the secret rooms. Her writing stopped 3 days before they were captured.