From the Diary of Anne Frank Summary for Class 10 [EASY to LEARN; 2020]
From the Diary of Anne Frank Summary ➢
Main Character of Story ➦
This chapter is a biography of Anne Frank. So you think who is Anne Frank. So i give you a small introduction of Anne Frank then we read the complete Summary of From the diary of Anne Frank chapter.
So first we read a small introduction of Anne frank, Anne Frank is a Jewish girl, She writes a diary while in Amsterdam during the World War 2nd. When Hitler came in power in Germany then his family moved to Amsterdam but they were trapped when the Hitler extend his power in Netherlands.
What happens with Anne Family➦
His family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Franks’s office building. After two years in hiding, when his family group transported to a concentration camp then Anne, his sister died and only his father survive.
And when his father returned to Amsterdam after the world war ended. He finds Anne Frank’s diary and they save this diary and this diary published in English under the Name of the Diary of a Young girl. So I hope you understand who is Anne so we move toward our summary.
Why Anne write a diary ➦
Anne says writing a diary is a really strange experience for me. Not only because I have never written anything before but also because nobody interested in the thought of a 13-year-old schoolgirl. But I feel like writing, and even more important is that I am taking the burden off my heart.
Anne says, my father, the most lovable father I have ever seen, they marry my mom at the age of thirty-six and my mother was twenty-five. And my sister Margot was born in Frankfurt in Germany in 1926. I was born on 12 June 1929. I lived I Frankfurt until I was four. My father shifted to another country Holland in 1933 and in September my mom also moved to Holland and in December my sister Margot she was also move to holland.
What happens with Anne ➦
And Anne was sent to Aachen to stay with her grandmother. Anne’s grandmother’s health was not good and in 1942 Grandma died. Anne wants the diary to be my friend so Anne keeps the name ‘Kitty’ to his diary. Anne starts writing her diary and she writes Dearest Kitty Our entire class is tremblings with too much fear.
And the reason his Parents Teacher Meeting in which teacher decide who will be promoted to the next class and who not. Anne says in my school there are nine teachers, seven men, and two women.
Who is Mr. Keesing ➦
Mr. Keesing, the old person, who teaches maths, was annoyed with me for ages because I talk so much. After several warnings, he gave me extra homework. And the homework his writing essay on ‘A Chatterbox’. When Anne reaches home and she starts writing an essay on ‘A Chatterbox’.
She leaves big spaces between the words, but the trick was to come up with convincing arguments to prove the necessity of talking. Anne writes three pages Mr. Keesing has assigned me and was satisfied. Anne argued that talking is a student quality and this quality is universal means this is come from our parent’s DNA. And the same thing our parents do when they are small or student. So talking is a universal quality and nobody control it.
Reaction of Mr. Kessing during reading essay ➦
During checking Anne’s essay Mr. Keesing laugh at Anne’s argument. But when Anne starts to talk in the next lecture, repeat Mr. Keesing assigned Anne a second essay and the subject is ‘An Incorrigible Chatterbox’. Anne completes the essay and also check with Mr. Kessing. But Anne is Anne means during the third lecture she starts talking.
And after so many warnings, Mr. Kessing gives punishment for talking in class, writing an essay on ‘Quack, Quack, Quack Said Mistress Chatterbox’. Always Mr. Keesing trying to play a joke on Anne but Anne plan that joke was opposite on him(Mr. Kessing). Anne finishes her poem, and it was beautiful! It was about a mother duck and a father swan with three baby ducklings who were dying by bitten by his father because they quacked too much.
How essay change Mr. Kessing mood ➦
Luckily, Mr. Keesing took the joke in the right way. He read the poem to the class, adding his own comments and to several other classes as well. Since then I have been allowed to talk and have not been assigned any extra homework. On the opposite, Mr. Keesing always making jokes these days. So you’re from the diary of Anne frank summary is completed.
About the Author➠
Anne Frank is the author of From the diary of Anne Frank. Anne Frank born on 12 June 1929 and died in March 1945. He was a German-born Jewish girl who wrote a diary while in hiding with her family and four friends in Amsterdam during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War 2nd.
4 ➵ Important lines from(the Diary of Anne Frank )
- Mr. Kessing give punishment when Anne talk during his lecture.
- Anne say talking is a universal quality and it come from our parents DNA’s.
- Mr. Kessing is a serious teacher but after reading Anne essay Mr. Kessing start joking.
- Anne doesn’t have any friends so she make her diary friends and diary name is ‘Kitty’.
5 ➵ The important question for the Board exam(From the Diary of Anne Frank)
Question 1:- What does Anne write in her first essay?
Answer:- Anne Frank supports her nature by stating that talking is a student’s trait and she will try to control it. But she also says that she has got it from her mother and such inherited traits cannot be curbed.
Question 2:- How did Kitty help Anne to overcome his loneliness?
Answer:- DO YOURSELF.
Question 3:- Describe Anne’s love for her grandmother. [CBSE2016]
Answer:- When Anne’s grandmother died, she stated that no one could understand her intensity of her love for her grandma. She also said that no one could imagine how much she thought of her. Lighting up extra candle for her during her birthday showed her love for grandmother.
Question 4:- Write a paragraph on the values of these aspects of school and how far these values are necessary for learning and life. [CBSE 2016]
Answer:- “The diary of Anne Frank” clearly describes the teacher-student relationship, class atmosphere and discipline. Anne who talks a lot in the class gets punished by Mr Keesing her Maths teacher. He asks her to write essays as punishment which is learning in disguise because he wanted her to focus on studies. He cannot be blamed for the punishment as he did it for the development of Anne. The teacher-student relationship is very respectful and sacred. It is about discipline and classroom manners which are essential for every student as well as teacher, otherwise both teaching or learning could hamper. This relationship is clearly shown in Mr Keesing and Anne Frank actions as they both try to joke on each other but in very humorous and healthy manner. So this healthy relationship is needed everywhere in the class for effective teaching and learning.
Question 5:- Describe your views about Mr Keesing as a teacher.
Answer:- Mr Keesing seems to be a strict teacher but he actually believes taking actions with good intention and for the development of children. He tries to control her bad habit of talking too much but as soon as he is convinced that her habit does not affect her studies, he overlooks her shortcoming.
4 ➵ Simple question for you(From the Diary of Anne Frank)
- What is the name of Anne’s diary?
- Who is Mr. Kessing?
- How Mr. Kessing punish Anne?
- Why does Anne start writing a diary?
I hope you like the From the Diary of Anne Frank chapter Summary and also you can read the important questions for your CBSE board exam(above). And please share this article with your friends. And also you can comment below on what you want to improve in this article. THANK YOU FOR READING FROM THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK CHAPTER SUMMARYby ranjan mishra
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