Feel free to use it as is, or to edit it for the level of your class. Ellen is scared of leaving her family and is worried about them. To Ellen, the events of the war are terrifying. This curiosity is also a fundamental part of growing up. What did her efforts lead to? Kirsti throws a temper tantrum when Mama buys her shoes made of fish scales, but Ellen solves the problem by dying the shoes with black ink. That is why the Germans had such a hard time rounding up Jews in Denmark. See more ideas about Number the stars, Graphic organizers and Teaching ideas.
As they read each story, students give one example of how the writer could have reacted differently to the situation. When Annemarie realizes her mother is hurt, she brings her inside. They are as close as sisters. Don't forget to complete your second journal entry! Conflict The Nazis want to round up the Danish Jewish population, despite an agreement that they wouldn't be aggressive. Daily comprehension practice requires students to focus on text analysis and responding to literature, and the vocabulary focus builds word knowledge and academic vocabulary. What evidence can you give that confronting the past has both positive and negative effects? Annemarie's best friend is Ellen, the girl who lives next door.
They let her on her way. Have students think about their most important characteristics and create a symbol to represent it. But I think the author was also trying to make Uncle Henrik tell the reader this. Peter's visits were past curfew and past risky. Annemarie wears Ellen's Star of David necklace. Annemarie and how she acted was influenced by the setting. See more ideas about Lois lowry, Narrative elements and Ww2 history.
The boat used to help the Rosens escape has the same name she has - Ingeborg. It turns out that the handkerchief was paramount in the escape plan. Ellen wore a Star Of David necklace like this in the book Number the Stars. Explain at least 4 examples stated in the text. Nazi Germany has occupied their country for the past three years.
Illustrate instances of each theme and write a short description below each cell. The focus of the debate should not be on winning so much as on understanding both sides of this complex argument. One such way was to sneak out the Danish Jews and get them to the safety of Sweden, a country that Germany did not want to occupy and which remained neutral throughout the course of the war. The Johansens have tended their Jewish neighbors houses, waiting for their safe return. Annemarie wonders what will happen to Mrs. Parallel to this voyage is the journey of Annemarie's growth.
Supposedly, it is a non-aggressive infiltration. Alternatively, use Photos for Class for historical images. Students should number the stars on the worksheet in the correct order to complete the image. Have them keep a diary to reflect on what they think and feel as they make their way through the book. The role of knowledge and concealment adds to the conflict of childhood versus adulthood. I know this because the book contains words like they, he, she, him, and her.
See more ideas about Lois lowry, Narrative elements and Ww2 history. The passage into the woods marks a transformation. Peter Neilsen is another character we see transformed. If you click the picture, you can find out more about it. Johansen sets out to bring it to Henrik, but she breaks her ankle on a loose rock. Some interesting countries might include France, Switzerland, the United States, or Italy, but students can also pursue their own interests. It's the amusement park that gave Walt Disney the inspiration to make Walt Disney World.
As she makes physical trips from place to place, she is developing new ideas and new ways of viewing herself. As a result, the Danish Resistance formed and members found ways to undermine the Nazis. Just simply type your information the way you want it to appear on the slides. Okay, now it's time to create your map using marker! The Holocaust is a horrible and shameful facet of human history, and as you read this novel, it is natural that your students might have any number of intense emotional reactions. Annemarie can safely sit back and fondly think about her friend, Ellen. Fairy tales The reality of war is at times so terrible and strange that it feels unreal. Book Project on Number The Stars, written by Lois Lowry by Alexandra Busato 6A, January 25 2007 Book Summary The story takes place in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark, during the Nazi 2nd World War in 1943.