Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl
Tic-Tac-Toe Culminating Activity
Name_______________________________
DIRECTIONS: After you have finished reading and watching, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl,
choose three mini-projects below to complete. The three projects must form a line (like tic-tac-toe),
either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. Your goal should be to demonstrate your understanding of
the book that you read this quarter through your projects. All work may be typed or neatly handwritten. You will be graded based on the rubric on the back of this sheet. Be creative and have fun!
Comic Strip
“I Am” Poem
Who’s who?
Choose a scene from the book or
movie and create a comic form
of it. Incorporate and identify
coordinating, correlative, and
subordinate conjunctions as well
as interjections.
Choose a MAJOR character from
The Diary of Anne Frank and
write an “I am” poem that shows
his/her character. Follow the
format provided.
Got Tunes?
Design a Book Cover
Create a painting or model of
any member of the Annex
“family”. Write a paragraph
description that includes at least
four of the character’s
personality traits. Use textual
evidence to support your ideas.
Timeline
A studio executive has asked you
to create the soundtrack for a
different movie remake of The
Diary of Anne Frank.
Choose at least 3 songs that
would be appropriate, explain
why you chose each one, and
the 3 scenes that they will be the
background music for in the
movie. You should explain how
the music would enhance that
scene.
Create a front and back book
cover for the novel.
Your front cover needs to
include the title of the story, the
author’s name, and an
illustration that would lure
readers into the story.
Create a timeline that
incorporates significant events
from the The Diary of Anne Frank
book and/or movie.
Include visuals to enhance the
informational timeline.
Your back cover should include a
brief summary of the book that
would encourage other students
to read the book.
Memory Box
Moves like Oprah
Concentration Camp Letter
Create a memory box that holds
at least five significant items that
represent a character of your
choice. In the lid of the box,
write a brief description of why
each item is included. Drawings,
clay sculptures, or actual items
may be put in the box.
Imagine that you are a talk show
host who is going to interview
Mr. Frank and Miep after they
discover the diary in the secret
annex. Compile a list of at least
twenty questions that you will
ask them.
Each of the Annex “family”
members spent some time at a
concentration camp. Write a
letter from one character to
another describing the
conditions of the camp. Their
reaction to life in the camp
should reflect how they handled
other situations in the story.
* Optional – Create a movie of your
actual interview.*
Anne Frank Tic-Tac-Toe Project Rubric:
Mini Project 1:
Criteria
Points
Possible
Requirements completed (length, all elements included, textual evidence, etc.)
13
Grammar and Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence
structure)
10
Neatness and Creativity
10
Points
Earned
Mini Project 2:
Criteria
Points
Possible
Requirements completed (length, all elements included, textual evidence, etc.)
13
Grammar and Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence
structure)
10
Neatness and Creativity
10
Points
Earned
Mini Project 3:
Criteria
Points
Possible
Requirements completed (length, all elements included, textual evidence, etc.)
13
Grammar and Mechanics (spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence
structure)
10
Neatness and Creativity
10
Points
Earned
TOTAL POINTS: _________________ / 100 points
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Anne Frank Project Choice #2