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Who Am I?
Theme
Punctuate
Who Said
It?
All About
Anne
Character
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Development
I brought a fur coat to the
attic.
Who Am I? 100
Mrs. Van Daan
Who Am I? 100
I steal food from the kitchen.
Who Am I? 200
Mr. Van Daan
Who Am I? 200
I am the “leader” of the group
in hiding.
Who Am I? 300
Mr. Frank
Who Am I? 300
I am a dentist.
Who Am I? 400
Mr. Dussel
Who Am I? 400
I receive a scarf from Anne as
a gift.
Who Am I? 500
Mr. Frank
Who Am I? 500
Which action from Act Two best expresses the
theme of the essential goodness of people?
A. Mrs. Frank forgives Mr. Van Daan for
stealing their food.
B. Mr. Frank gives Mrs. Frank’s piece of cake
to the children.
C. The Van Daans offer their personal
belongings for sale to buy supplies.
D. Mr. Dussel separates the food into piles for
everyone.
Theme 100
A. Mrs. Frank forgives Mr. Van
Daan for stealing their food.
Theme 100
Which quotation or scene description matches the
theme that “danger and difficulty can make a person
more serious and more mature?”
A. “I think more seriously about life now.”
B. “In spite of everything, I still believe that people
are really good at heart.”
C. In Scene 3, Mr. Van Daan is discovered stealing
bread, and Mrs. Frank wants to throw him out.
D. “You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn’t
stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think
myself out.”
Theme 200
A. “I think more seriously
about life now.”
Theme 200
Which quotation or scene description matches
the theme that “one should never despair of the
good in human nature?”
A. “I think more seriously about life now.”
B. “In spite of everything, I still believe that
people are really good at heart.”
C. In Scene 3, Mr. Van Daan is discovered
stealing bread, and Mrs. Frank wants to
throw him out.
D. “You know what I do when it seems as if I
couldn’t stand being cooped up for one more
minute? I think myself out.”
Theme 300
B. “In spite of everything, I
still believe that people
are really good at heart.”
Theme 300
Which event in Act II shows that danger
can bring out the worst in people?
Theme 400
Mr. Van Daan steals food.
Theme 400
Explain how Anne and Peter support
theme of loneliness of adolescence.
Theme 500
Multiple correct answers
Theme 500
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
A. Anne wrote in her diary because paper
has more patience than people.
B. Anne wrote in her diary “because paper
has more patience than people.”
C. Anne wrote in her diary “because paper
has more patience than people”.
D. “Anne wrote in her diary because paper
has more patience than people.”
Punctuate 100
B: Anne wrote in her diary “because paper
has more patience than people.”
Punctuate 100
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
A. Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy will
make others happy.”
B. Anne wrote “Whoever is happy will
make others happy.”
C. Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy will
make others happy”.
D. Anne wrote “whoever is happy will
make others happy.”
Punctuate 200
A: Anne wrote, “Whoever is happy
will make others happy.”
Punctuate 200
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
A. “Where there’s hope, there’s life.” said Anne. “It
fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong
again.”
B. “Where there’s hope, there’s life,” said Anne. “It
fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong
again.”
C. “Where there’s hope, there’s life,” said Anne, “It
fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong
again.”
D. “Where there’s hope, there’s life, said Anne. It fills
us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.”
Punctuate 300
B: “Where there’s hope, there’s life,”
said Anne. “It fills us with fresh
courage and makes us strong again.”
Punctuate 300
Choose the correctly abbreviated sentence.
“Although I'm only fourteen, I know quite well what I want; I
know who is right and who is wrong. I have my opinions, my
own ideas and principles, and although it may sound pretty
mad from an adolescent, I feel more of a person than a child, I
feel quite independent of anyone.”
A. “Although I’m only fourteen . . . I feel quite independent
of anyone.”
B. “Although I’m only fourteen I feel quite independent of
anyone.
C. “I feel more of a person than a child, I feel quite
independent of anyone. . .”
D. “I feel quite independent of anyone…”
Punctuate 400
A.“Although I’m only fourteen . . . I
feel quite independent of anyone.”
Punctuate 400
Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
A. “Everyone in the office has gone home...It’s after
six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use
of torturing yourself like this?”
B. “Everyone in the office has gone home….it’s after
six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use
of torturing yourself like this?”
C. “Everyone in the office has gone home. . . . It’s
after six. Don’t stay up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the
use of torturing yourself like this?”
Punctuate 500
C: “Everyone in the office has gone
home. . . . It’s after six. Don’t stay
up here, Mr. Frank. What’s the use
of torturing yourself like this?”
Punctuate 500
“At last I’ll have some
cigarettes.”
Who Said It? 100
Mr. Van Daan
Who Said It? 100
“Miep or I, or both of us will
be up each day to bring you
food and news.”
Who Said It? 200
Mr. Kraler
Who Said It? 200
“I dreamed that they came for
us. The green police. They
broke the door.”
Who Said It? 300
Anne Frank
Who Said It? 300
What did Anne mean by, “I
still believe, in spite of
everything, that people are
really good at heart”?
Who Said It? 400
Even though the Nazi are
destroying everything she loves,
Anne stays positive and thinks the
world, and its people, are good.
Who Said It? 400
What does Mr. Frank mean by, “For
the past two years we have lived in
fear. Now we can live in hope”?
What can they hope for, now that
they have been caught?
Who Said It? 500
Answers will vary.
Who Said It? 500
What does Anne have trouble
destroying, but Peter does not, at
the beginning of the play?
All About Anne 100
Her yellow Star of David
All About Anne 100
With whom does Anne share
her bedroom?
All About Anne 200
Mr. Dussel
All About Anne 200
What does Anne do to Mrs.
Van Daan’s favorite
possession that really upsets
her?
All About Anne 300
She spills milk on Mrs. Van
Daan’s fur coat.
All About Anne 300
What is Anne’s nickname for
her father?
All About Anne 400
Pim
All About Anne 400
What is the name of the
concentration camp where
Anne dies?
All About Anne 500
Bergen-Belsen
All About Anne 500
What is Mrs. Van Daan’s
reaction to her son and Anne
spending more time together?
Character Development 100
Jealously
Character Development 100
The crisis following the
lampshade, Mr. Frank’s
actions show him to be_____.
Character Development 200
the calmest person
Character Development 200
Why is Mrs. Frank so upset
when Mr. Van Daan is caught
stealing food in the Annex?
Character Development 300
It meant less food for the
children.
Character Development 300
How does Anne and Peter’s
relationship change in Act II?
Character Development 400
They begin to fall in love.
Character Development 400
Why do Anne and Peter take
such great pains getting ready
for their date?
Character Development 500
They want to seem like
normal teenagers and make
the “date” seem special.
Character Development 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
What Happened to the Characters?
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Who was the only character/person to
be killed in the gas chambers?
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Mr. Van Daan (Hermann Van Pels)
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