While my students read The Diary of Anne Frank by Albert Hackett and Francis Goodrich, I assign a journaling project which is due at the end of the unit. Students respond to 10 different prompts while we read the play. This allows students to pause and reflect not only on what is happening in the play, but what it means on a larger scale. This also personalizes the reading, inspiring students to become even more engaged. This project can be modified to become more creative requiring illustration and pictures or can be simplified to include just the prompts. Depending on computer access, this additional prompts could be added to encourage research. I've also included a KQL form to get you started as well as a brief explanation of the implementation of the project.