The Legacy of Anne Frank Road Map Stations 9-11 (Station 9 (Import the…
The Legacy of Anne Frank Road Map Stations 9-11
Post in the online discussion for your class in the Schoology Station 9 folder.
Take the quiz on the right side menu of Newsela. Screenshot your quiz results.
Read the Newsela article at your Lexile level:
Today's refugees and Jewish girl from long ago share similar problems"
Turn in on Schoology (20 Pts)
Read "Epitaph Directions.pdf" to learn about epitaphs and see examples.
Import the "EpitaphTemplate.pdf" into Notability or find a similar tombstone template to use, or design your own!
Create an epitaph and tombstone for one of the occupants of the Secret Annex.
Advanced: Obtain and read a copy of "Parallel Journeys" by Eleanor Ayers about the lives of Helen Waterford and Alfons Heck, two ordinary youths on opposite sides of the WWII conflict in Germany.
Read the "Parallel Journeys Blurb.pdf" and/or listen to the audiobook through Overdrive via the link in the Station 8 folder on Schoology if necessary.
Write an 8-10 sentence extended response to one of the prompts located in the "Parallel Journeys Assignment.pdf" document.
Be prepared to discuss the book in a book chat/Socratic seminar at a later date.
Turn in on Schoology (Pts vary)
Import the "Before WW2 Map.pdf" into Notability or use a print out.
Study the maps and charts located in the Station 7 folder on Schoology.
On your map:
highlight country names of those involved in WW2
color the neutral countries YELLOW
color the allied countries GREEN
color the axis power countries RED
research and label 5 major concentration/death camps with a BLUE star and write approximate numbers of people killed at each camp
Turn in on Schoology (50 Pts)
Place a laminated copy over a map to observe how war changes political boundaries of nations.