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Anne Frank. Unit 4 Theme 2. C. Perez, Griffith MS. annex. Definition: a part added to a building Sentence: We are building an annex to our garage. annex. Concentration Camp. Definition: a place where prisoners of war are held - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • UNIT 4THEME 2Anne FrankC. Perez, Griffith MS

  • annexDefinition: a part added to a building

    Sentence: We are building an annex to our garage.

  • annex

  • Concentration CampDefinition: a place where prisoners of war are held

    Sentence: She lived to tell the story of her years in the concentration camp.

  • Concentration Camp

  • Concentration Camp

  • declare war onDefinition: to tell a country of plans to fight against it

    Sentence: Many people did not think the U.S. would declare war on Germany in 1941.

  • declare war on

  • discriminate againstDefinition: to harm or treat differently from others because of color, race, age, or religion

    Sentence: When we discriminate against others, we are being unfair to them.

  • discriminate against

  • lawDefinition: a rule made by the government that controls what people can and cannot do

    Sentence: Our town has a law to stop people from making a lot of noise.

  • law

  • powerDefinition: the ability to make people do what you want

    Sentence: People can use their power to help others or hurt others.

  • powerSupreme Court of the United States

    Supreme Court Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20543; (202)479-3000; www.supremecourtus.govTerm: Life Salary: Chief Justice, $212,100; Associate Justice, $203,000Chief Justice: John G. Roberts, Jr., Maryland (2005)Associate Justices:John Paul Stevens, Illinois (1975) Antonin Scalia, New Jersey (1986) Anthony M. Kennedy, California (1988) David H. Souter, New Hampshire (1990) Clarence Thomas, Washington, D.C. (1991) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, New York (1993) Stephen Breyer, California (1994) Samuel A. Alito, Jr., New Jersey (2006)

    Supreme Court Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20543; (202)479-3000; www.supremecourtus.govTerm: Life Salary: Chief Justice, $212,100; Associate Justice, $203,000Chief Justice: John G. Roberts, Jr., Maryland (2005)Associate Justices:John Paul Stevens, Illinois (1975) Antonin Scalia, New Jersey (1986) Anthony M. Kennedy, California (1988) David H. Souter, New Hampshire (1990) Clarence Thomas, Washington, D.C. (1991) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, New York (1993) Stephen Breyer, California (1994) Samuel A. Alito, Jr., New Jersey (2006)

  • prisonerDefinition: a person who is held in a place and not allowed to leave

    Sentence: The prisoner was kept in jail for three days.

  • prisonerNelson Mandela was imprisoned in 1964 for 18 years because he fought to end apartheid, the separation of blacks and whites, in South Africa.

  • surviveDefinition: to live through a dangerous time or event

    Sentence: They were lucky to survive the terrible flood.

  • survive

  • Annes Room

  • Monument to Anne

  • The Annex Today

  • The Annex Today

  • Annes Chestnut Tree

  • Memorial Grave

    Supreme Court Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20543; (202)479-3000; www.supremecourtus.govTerm: Life Salary: Chief Justice, $212,100; Associate Justice, $203,000Chief Justice: John G. Roberts, Jr., Maryland (2005)Associate Justices:John Paul Stevens, Illinois (1975) Antonin Scalia, New Jersey (1986) Anthony M. Kennedy, California (1988) David H. Souter, New Hampshire (1990) Clarence Thomas, Washington, D.C. (1991) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, New York (1993) Stephen Breyer, California (1994) Samuel A. Alito, Jr., New Jersey (2006)