"I still believe in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart." This famous line from Anne Frank's Diary speaks volumes about her belief in people, but what do your students think. Do they agree with what she said? This project allows them to create and engage in deep and meaningful conversations about humanity. This is a great culminating project to any lesson that deals with Anne Frank. My students absolutely love these posters and I do too! There is so much student to student interaction that takes place within this project.
There is individual work and whole class discussions that take place and that's why this is one of my favorite lessons we do in our class. I love assignments that allow my students to be creative, they have a specific task to complete, they can have, and. meaningful conversations with classmates.
This file comes with instructions and two posters, a large poster for whole class and a smaller poster for smaller groups, plus a single page that students can simply color.
8.5 x 11 copy paper
The final poster is 5 x 5 but there are extra pieces available if your class is larger than 25 students.
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