Anne Frank Diary (LS-PT-571)
This learning scenario focuses on the literary exploration of Anne Frank Diary, from a perspective of defending the values of freedom and democracy, in an inclusive and free society, without prejudice, and based on the defense of human rights.
Learning Scenario aims
This project was inspired by the reading of the literary work “The Diary of Anne Frank” and its focus is to explore the Holocaust and its historical framework, promoting reflection and the development of the student’s critical spirit in relation to historical facts and the analysis of human rights.
Students developed an interdisciplinary project on the Holocaust and created a portfolio of thematic resources, which after implementation was made available to the whole community through the school library blog.
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