I use these study guides as we read the play version of The Diary of Anne Frank by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Included are four files--Act One questions, Act Two questions, and answer keys for each. The questions range from basic comprehension to higher level; they start off basic and grow in complexity as the play goes on. These study guides help students keep track of characters, events, setting, etc. They are also a good tool for assessment to check the students' understanding of the play. The study guides are broken down by scene as well as act.
All of the items I share on TPT are ones I actually use in my middle school classroom. Most have been revised multiple times based on "test runs" with my students. I work hard to make information accessible to students in a fun and simple way while still challenging students to meet and exceed their abilities. Most of my assignments can be used with all ability levels; differentiation comes in my expectations of what individual students or groups can achieve. Many of my activities can be used with individual students or cooperative groups.
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