The Journey of a Young Girl in Hiding An Anne frank experience

We've been learning about Anne Frank and all the things she dealt with. We read the book, got to do part of the drama, watched the play, and then the movie. After that, our teacher had us go on this adventure to see what it was like for her. This is that stuff.

I made the video above about a confrontation that Peter Van Daan could have had with Anne Frank if she had wanted to leave. The scene did not happen that way, but it could have...

Using this photo and the Aurasma App, I was able to get more information about where Anne Frank and the others were able to hide. The image linked me to a YouTube Video about the annex. (Follow me on Aurasma under the username @sarenal to see the AR experience).
In the game above, we had to escape the maze while avoiding the bad guys. It didn't look like the Holocaust, but it was kind of tough. I moved slower than the baddies, they killed me after one hit, and I couldn't do anything to attack. It was frustrating, but I guess that is how Anne Frank and other Jewish people may have felt. I did finally escape, but it took me a few tries. Anne only got one try.
The link above to play doesn't actually work yet because I don't have the rights to publish my game until I beat other parts of the game. But, it will work one of these days. I think that what Anne Frank went through was terrible and sad, but I am glad I didn't have to do all that stuff. She was just a little girl when all that stuff went down. Just having to do the games and look at all these places made me a little frustrated. She must have been really frustrated.

That button above links to my planning documents so that you can see the planning and intentions behind the work seen here.

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Created with images by tiseb - "Anne Frank 1929-1945"

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