This collection of four activities are part of larger resource in my store, which can be seen here:
Anne Frank 9 Activities
I thought some teachers might like to focus more specifically on a fewer number of activities for students to complete. These are best done after the students have begun reading the diary or after they have finished.
The four activities in this resource are:
--- Website Evaluation: Students evaluate the website www.annefrank.org - four questions that are subjective in nature;
--- Anne’s Diary: Before and After You Read. Students should have read at least some excerpts from the diary to complete this activity;
--- The Secret Annex: A writing activity; Students research facts about the Annex and express their opinions about what it would have been like to live there;
--- Interviewing Anne Frank: Students create 5 questions with topics provided that they would ask Anne if she were alive today.
An answer key is included for the Secret Annex activity. The other three activities are subjective and do not require answer keys.
I also have a similar resource which includes 3 activities found in the 9 activity choice board mentioned above. It can be seen here:
Anne Frank 3 Activities
Looking for resources with informational text? Please check out my biographical resource on Anne Frank and a second which is a great follow up unit after the students have read the diary:
5 Days with Anne Frank
Anne Frank’s Diary its History and Legacy
And for younger students:
Anne Frank Informational Texts and Activities Grades 4-6