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Daniel's Story Essay & Project Ideas

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Ideas for Reports and Papers

1. Matas provides a map at the beginning of each section of Daniel's Story which shows the political map of Europe from 1938-1939 plus the German concentration camps established between 1933 and 1945. A dotted line traces Daniel's journey. Enlarge the map to wall size, and add dated labels indicating the major plot events that occurred in each location.

2. In 1933 there was a three-day boycott of Jewish stores in Germany. The event was one of those pivotal points in history where the future might have been changed had the populace reacted differently. Review this period in both German and world history to identify other pivotal points where a different response could have possibly yielded an entirely different future.

3. Create a family tree of Daniel's extended family, and label each person, indicating what ultimately happened to him or her during the period of the novel.

4. Trace the continuing loss...

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