Dear Division 16,
Welcome to your first “reflections” blog homework assignment. Please review the criteria before you begin writing.
For this assignment, please take a look at the image below and think about what this quote means. Anne Frank was a young Jewish woman who went into hiding during the Second World War in the Netherlands.
Anne Frank’s diary was published after the end of the war, and has become a famous book, read by students and adults the world over. Anne’s story is one of courage, hope and perseverance through very difficult times.
You can read more about Anne’s life here.
For your homework, please respond by commenting below about the quote in the picture and answer ONE or more of the following question:
- What does this quote mean to you? How can this quote help us to contribute to a better world?
- Give an example of an action or change that you have personally made to “improve the world”. This improvement can be large or small, personal or global. Make sure you provide enough information that readers can understand your actions
- Think about the life of Anne Frank. How do you understand this quote in the context of Anne’s circumstances.
You will need at least two sentences and likely more in order to explain your answer fully. Proofread before you post to check for spelling and punctuation. Make sure you have fully answered your chosen question and that your answer makes sense.
I look forward to your responses!