TEACHER RESOURCES

The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect provides information and educational materials about Anne Frank, the history of the Holocaust, and discrimination today. This section includes downloadable material, teacher’s material and required reading.

 

Here are specific resources and activities to use in the classroom when teaching with the Diary, the Play or with one of our traveling exhibits. All this material relates to issues such as the Holocaust, human rights, multiculturalism and civics. These resources allow for  critical thinking, learning-by-doing, interactional, multi-method and student-centered activities to take place.

Reader' s Companion to Anne Frank The Diary of A Young Girl

Study Guide to the Broadway Play, The Diary of Anne Frank,

Inspiring every generation to build the more compassionate world Anne Frank envisioned.

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The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect preserves the legacy of the young diarist through education and arts programming. We work to create the kinder and fairer world of which Anne Frank dreamed.
 

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