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This character helped bring the Franks and Van Daans food and necessities, and found Anne's Diary.

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This character helped bring the Franks and Van Daans food and necessities, and found Anne's Diary.


Miep 


This character is often embarrassed by his parents and recieves a safety razor for Hanukkah.

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This character is often embarrassed by his parents and recieves a safety razor for Hanukkah.


Peter


This character has a nightmare that the Green Police find their hiding spot.

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This character has a nightmare that the Green Police find their hiding spot.


Anne


This character is described as being meticulous and finicky.

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This character is described as being meticulous and finicky.


Jan Dussel


This character did not think it was wise to move into the annex with so many people, but makes the best out of the situation.

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This character did not think it was wise to move into the annex with so many people, but makes the best out of the situation.


Mrs. Frank


What does Mr. Frank find in the annex during scene 1? What does he do with the item(s).

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What does Mr. Frank find in the annex during scene 1? What does he do with the item(s).


a white glove, his scarf, and Anne's diary. He reads Anne's diary.


Peter and Anne rip these off of their clothes while talking to one another. Peter burns his but Anne cannot. 

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Peter and Anne rip these off of their clothes while talking to one another. Peter burns his but Anne cannot. 


Yellow Star of David patches


What news does Dussel share with the Franks and Van Daans when he arrives?

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What news does Dussel share with the Franks and Van Daans when he arrives?


Things are getting worse. Hundred of Jews are disappearing/being taken to camps everyday.


When Anne wakes the rest of the annex up in the middle of the night, what was she having a nightmare about?

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When Anne wakes the rest of the annex up in the middle of the night, what was she having a nightmare about?


The Green Police were taking her away


How is the Hannukah celebration interrupted? What do the families fear this means?

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How is the Hannukah celebration interrupted? What do the families fear this means?


There is a crash in the warehouse below, they discover a theif stole a cash box and radio. They fear he will tell the Green Police


"He acts like it was something to be ashamed of. It's nothing to be ashamed of, to have a little girlfriend."

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"He acts like it was something to be ashamed of. It's nothing to be ashamed of, to have a little girlfriend."


Mrs. Van Daan


"There are no walls, there are no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind."

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"There are no walls, there are no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind."


Mr. Frank


"We're all living under terrible tension. That's why we must control ourselves."

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"We're all living under terrible tension. That's why we must control ourselves."


Mrs. Frank


"I think someday he'll be caught and then he'll make a bargain with the Green Police...if they'll let him off, he'll tell them where some Jews are hiding!"

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"I think someday he'll be caught and then he'll make a bargain with the Green Police...if they'll let him off, he'll tell them where some Jews are hiding!"


Dussel


"Don't worry. You won't be bothered any more. We're getting rid of it... I'm doing it because I'm sick of seeing that cat eat all our food."

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"Don't worry. You won't be bothered any more. We're getting rid of it... I'm doing it because I'm sick of seeing that cat eat all our food."


Mr. Van Daan


When Mr. Frank has returned to the annex, what is the mood or feeling of the scene? How can we tell?

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When Mr. Frank has returned to the annex, what is the mood or feeling of the scene? How can we tell?


The mood is sad.

The room is empty or bare with only a few pieces of overturned furniture. It is dusty and uninhabited

Mr Frank finds his families belongings and cries. 

He also states the memories are too painful for him


During this action or scene (Act 1, Scene 3) the mood is lighthearted and happy. The characters are trying to have a good time despite their situation.

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During this action or scene (Act 1, Scene 3) the mood is lighthearted and happy. The characters are trying to have a good time despite their situation.


Anne and her father dance around the room. 

 

 


During scene 3 the mood quickly turns from happy and light-hearted to what? How do we know?

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During scene 3 the mood quickly turns from happy and light-hearted to what? How do we know?


We can tell there is a lot of tension in the annex.

The adults are bickering, Anne and her mother argue. Kraler asks if another man can join them which upsets some of the characters.


During Act 1, Scene 4 there is a lot of tension, anxiety and fear?  What happens to cause this and what evidence suggests this is the general mood?

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During Act 1, Scene 4 there is a lot of tension, anxiety and fear?  What happens to cause this and what evidence suggests this is the general mood?


Anne wakes in the middle of the night from a nightmare. 

 

Dussel brought bad news at the end of scene 4. It is dark and quiet in the annex, the war continues as we hear soldiers and airplanes overhead. Margot has her bed separated by a sheet for privacy. When all the characters wake up they are instantly afraid and worried, some are even aggrevated or angry. The residents of the annex have been living in constant fear

 


In Act 1, Scene 5 the characters are happy and hopeful while celebrating Hanuka when the mood suddenly changes. What does the mood change to and why?

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In Act 1, Scene 5 the characters are happy and hopeful while celebrating Hanuka when the mood suddenly changes. What does the mood change to and why?


Characters become fearful, anxious, tense because they hear a crash below. A thief was in the wharehouse and the families are worried they have been discovered.


This is an interruption in the story that relays information about the past.

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This is an interruption in the story that relays information about the past.


Flashback


This is the exchange of lines between two characters.

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This is the exchange of lines between two characters.


Dialogue


This tells the reader or actor information about what they characters are doing, including how they are speaking, moving, and behaving. 

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This tells the reader or actor information about what they characters are doing, including how they are speaking, moving, and behaving. 


Stage Directions


What historical event(s) caused the Franks, Van Daan and Dussel to go into hiding?

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What historical event(s) caused the Franks, Van Daan and Dussel to go into hiding?


World War ll and the Holocaust.


List four elements of a play other than spoken word, or dialogue.

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List four elements of a play other than spoken word, or dialogue.


costumes, props, lighting, sound effects, scenery, stage directions


Anne's father tells her "there are...no locks anyone can put on your mind." How does Anne prove this is true?


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Anne's father tells her "there are...no locks anyone can put on your mind." How does Anne prove this is true?


Anne's creative gifts and insightful diary entries prove Mr. Frank's assertion - she finds ways to enjoy life in the annex





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