Berlin Diary; the Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941 Fun Activities

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Journalist

Students should imagine that they are journalists living at the time of the Nazi regime and write about what is happening during this time, such as the Third Reich and Communist propaganda. Students should share their article with the class.

Obituary

Students should write an obituary for one of the people mentioned in the book and summarize their life experiences, family information, and other pertinent information as described in the book.

Quote of the Day

Students should come up with a list of 2 or 3 of their favorite quotes from the book. Students should compile the list of quotes and draw one a day to discuss the significance of the quote.

Art

Students should choose a medium, such as sculpture, painting, sketching or another form and create a representation of one of the people mentioned in the book. When complete, students should put their artwork on display for...

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