anne-frank---conflict

Updated: 11/16/2017
anne-frank---conflict
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Diary of Anne Frank Lesson Plans

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Lesson Plans by Anna Warfield

The Holocaust is one of the blackest periods in world history. Extraordinary racism and hatred led to millions of needless deaths. Anne Frank was a Jewish girl whose family tried to escape persecution and imprisonment by hiding in secret rooms. Anne kept a diary of her experience in the “Secret Annexe” that shows the difficulties the Franks faced, as well as courage, wisdom, and hope in the face of adversity.


Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Storyboard Description

Anne Frank the Diary of a Young Girl Literary conflict storyboard & comic

Storyboard Text

  • Man vs. Man
  • Man vs. Self
  • Man vs. Society
  • Mrs. Van Daan and Mr. Van Daan regularly get into arguments, sometimes over very trivial matters. The limited space in the Secret Annexe means the rest of the occupants are also affected.
  • Anne struggles with the isolation and boredom of the seclusion in the Secret Annexe and with fear of being caught. She writes letters to her friend, "Kitty," that are really only diary entries.
  • Leading up to and during World War II, Nazi Germany persecuted and eventually imprisoned Jews in concentration camps. Millions of Jews died there.