This means that Anne Frank lives on through her diary, and through those it helps and inspires. To reiterate, Anne Frank's legacy is her life, her diary and the courage and hope she showed during one of the darkest times in history. Most importantly though, she lives on in the hearts of the hundreds, thousands and millions of those that her words have inspired and will inspire in the future. Anne Frank's legacy is not just the physical remnants of her diary, but also her contribution to the world.
However, memorization can be an obstacle in the classroom. A student does not understand a concept only because she memorized it, and too often memorization leads to forgetting. Benjamin Bloom revolutionized education with his taxonomy at which knowledge or remembering is the lowest level because students can passively remember ideas. Educators attempt to scaffold students onto the taxonomy’s higher levels like application and evaluation, so many shy away from explicit memorization, but it can be useful in the classroom. Reciting poetry is an exercise in public speaking and presentational skills because students give speeches in class anyway, and memorizing a poem gives a sense of
While she didn’t always show it, Anne was a happy girl who loved humanity, and she had the greatest of hearts. It wasn’t hard for her to see how deserving other people were of displays of admiration. On page 325, Anne writes in her diary, “There is one great change,
I believe that, in recalling the Holocaust, the author’s decision to leave out certain elements with the intent to please their immediate audience actually adds to the viewer’s knowledge of the events. Those who documented their experiences many years later included less broad details than those who released theirs immediately afterwards. This is beneficial to the viewers of today and of future generations because it allows us to gain additional, intimate knowledge of these tragic events, which is important in preserving the memory and dignity of the
The Holocaust is also hard for American teenagers to understand because the Jewish prejudice is not a thriving part of their culture. The American history taught in schools throughout the years is filled with racial persecution. There is very little mentioned of religious hatred, even if it is present. To teach teenagers to empathize with the numbers, Night by Ellie Weisel is best to use due to the insight it gives on the mental impact the Holocaust had on its victims.
Breathing Underwater Should be a required read for freshmen to read early on, in a high school students life as it teaches them things that they’ll need to know. In the book they talk about realistic relationships and that can be a very valuable lesson to learn as not all relationships are like how disney and other media portray them, This is why it’s important to learn this early on in life. As a highschool student it feels that we don’t have the slightest idea of the real world works, this is because we follow people on what they’ve done not what they know on social media and this is what gives us false illusions of what the real world is like and this is why it’s so critical that high school students need to learn this. ¨Literature’s Emotional Lesson¨ ¨English teachers don’t teach these important stories because they want to batter students with the darkness in human nature¨(Abuse in this case)(Simmons 2).
If you take a quick look though the books you are sure to find a image that you will in someway find disturbing, the book is writing by Alvin Schwartz but this images are hand drawn by Stephan Gammell, The images in this book is one of the top complaints. This book is meant for elementary students who most likely have never seen a skull or a dead body before which are some examples of some of Gammell drawings. After seeing these types of images it could start to frighten the child and give him/her nightmares. In fact, there is evidence that nightmares peak during middle childhood and contribute substantially to kids ' anxieties. In one study, Dutch children aged 7-9 rated nightmares among their worst fears (Muris et al 2000).
Why Did They Do It Hobie Bobbitt We almost made it out alive. Learning about the Holocaust and Anne Frank are important for many different reasons. The three main topics I have are going to be about why you should study these two topics are it is a very educational thing to read a diary someone wrote in the middle of it all. The next is so you can know more about the history of it and the last is to see what people can really do to hurt other people. If you want to learn about a certain topic then it is a great way by reading a diary of someone in it.
American literature has been a primary source to connect readers of the present to characters of the past. As current themes of the present emerge, those of studious pursuit rely on the past works of authors for exquisite insight into the ambiguous meanings of present situations. As a child, one is taught that reading is a way to experience things of the past, things that no longer happen, teaching this to children is nothing less than ignorance to the social injustice of society. Important themes of past books are also important themes of current books and current society. Although this has been distinguished many times the question still lies as to if it is possible for history to repeat itself.
What’s a coincident Maria, I noticed from reviewing your subject’s profile that both our subjects have several things in common. Both like to read “The Diary of Wimpy Kid.” Both don’t like to read at play time. They like to watch T.V., and both are eager to be better in reading.
In the article written by Hephzibah Anderson, Anderson states that Roald Dahl wrote macabre books for children to remind us that children’s lives are not always full of sunshine. First, she talks about how dark some of these stories tend to be and gives us some opinions about whether or not they help children. Then she gives us some background information on the author 's life, expressing how this may have caused him to write this way. Though many of the facts she showed influenced a negative idea of Roald Dahl, Anderson uses a quote, by Maria Nikolajeva, to show how these macabre stories can be “healthy” and “an important cognitive affective function”. In the end, Anderson shows us how children’s books can be both happy and sad while still
The height of the killing took place in July 1995 when 8,000 Bosniaks were killed in what became known as the Srebrenica genocide, the largest massacre in Europe after the Holocaust. Many people argue that the Holocaust should to be main genocide taught in school. However, how are students supposed to expand their knowledge and know about other world causes that are happening? With just letting them know about one you miss the opportunity to open their minds and have them think about how others are feeling right now in the world.
The Diary of Anne Frank is the story of a girl and her family's hiding. The Holocaust was when Adolf Hitler took over the Jewish population along with gypsies and the disabled. In the play and the movie, I saw two major differences. The first difference I noticed was the relationship between Anne & Petar developing. The second difference was the scene with the Green Police and thief.