Act 1 Scenes 1 and 2/ aced practice The very first scene of the play



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Act 1 Scenes 1 and 2/ ACED practice



  1. The very first scene of the play:

    1. Occurs in 1945, after Anne Frank has survived the Holocaust

    2. Occurs in 1942, after Anne Frank has died in the Holocaust

    3. Occurs in 1945, after Anne Frank has died in the Holocaust

    4. Occurs in 1942, before the Holocaust begins.

  2. What year did the Frank’s and VanDaan’s go into hiding?

    1. 1942

    2. 1943

    3. 1944

    4. 1945

  3. In the opening scene, why is Mr. Frank visiting the warehouse rooms with Miep?

    1. He is looking for his daughter’s diary.

    2. He wants one last look at the place where he last saw his family.

    3. He is looking for a place to live.

  4. In Act 1 Scene 1, Mr. Frank finds a glove. Whose glove is it, and why does this move him to tears?

    1. It is Anne’s glove, and the memory of her brings him to tears.

    2. It is Ms. Frank’s glove, and the memory of her brings him to tears.

    3. The glove is a gift from Peter to Anne.

  5. Why does Peter remove the Star of David from his clothes and why does Anne say that

they do not need the stars on their clothes anymore?

    1. He wants to put it on a new coat he’s planning to get.

    2. He resents the fact that the Nazis force Jews to wear it.

    3. He wants to put it in a safe place.

    4. He wants to sew his initials on his clothes instead.

  1. At the beginning of Act 1 Scene 2, what does Mrs. Van Daan fear might have happened to the Frank family?

    1. The family has been picked up by the Green Police and taken to a concentration camp.

    2. The family tried to escape to Switzerland.

    3. The family decided not to go into hiding after all.

    4. She is worried the family would not make it to the hiding location before the
      spice factory began work for the day.

  2. Which character burned the Star of David?

    1. Peter

    2. Anne

    3. Mrs. Van Daan

    4. Margot

  3. Who protects the family and brings them food?

    1. Meip and Mr. Kraler

    2. Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan

    3. Margot and Anne

    4. Peter and Mouschi

  4. Which character brings a cat into hiding?

    1. Peter

    2. Anne

    3. Margot

    4. Mr. Van Daan

  5. The cat is named:

    1. Moscow

    2. Marleana

    3. Mouschi

“In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart. I simply can’t build up my hopes on a foundation consisting of confusion, misery, and death. I see the world gradually being turned into a wilderness, I hear the ever approaching thunder, which will destroy us too, I can feel the sufferings of millions and yet, if I look up into the heavens, I think that it will all come right, that this cruelty too will end, and that peace and tranquility will return again.”

― Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

Is Anne Frank an optimist or a pessimist? Defend your answer with evidence from the paragraph above.

Paragraph elements

Present

Absent

Answer







References the text

“After reading the letter…” “After reading the text…”









Answer restates the question







Cite #1







Transition word or phrase

First, To begin, For Example….









Citation is framed correctly

Correct: The author states, “I am speaking.”

Incorrect: “I am speaking.”








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Two sentences in length







Does not just restate cite, but explains why cite was selected







Ties cite directly to answer







Cite #2







Transition word or phrase

First, To begin, For Example….









Citation is framed correctly

Correct: The author states, “This is how to write create a quote.”



Incorrect: “This is how you write a quote.”







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Explain #2







Two sentences in length







Does not just restate cite, but explains why cite was selected







Ties cite directly to answer







Done







Transition word or phrase







Repeats main idea (answer)







Uses different language than answer sentence










Logic

A

B

C

D

F

Answer is sufficiently broad enough to be supported
















Citation 1 is well chosen to support answer
















Citation 2 is well chosen to support answer
















Writing

A

B

C

D

F

Writing is natural and fluid.
















Writing is varied.

Few words or phrases are repeated. Vocabulary varied and accurate.


















Writing maintains academic tone

Minimal use of casual language. Personal pronouns absent unless appropriate.


















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