The lesson, "From the Diary of Anne Frank," contains an excerpt from the German Jewish girl Anne's autobiography. Anne began her diary by saying how weird she felt while writing a diary, as she was writing it for the first time in her life. And there was a reason behind Anne's writing a diary, as, despite having loving parents, relatives, a sister, and thirty friends, it was because she felt lonely that she looked for a friend with whom she could discuss all of her personal matters and secrets. She had also chosen to express herself through a diary because she believed that papers had more patience than humans.
Finally, she thought that a "diary" would be a better companion than people since she felt that it could take in her concerns and secrets better than people. She gave her diary the name "Kitty" and began by outlining her past.
Anne's educational life officially began in Holland, where she started her first form. Anne liked all of her teachers, but her favourite was Mrs. Kuperus. But sadly, Anne's chatty behaviour did not help her get along well with her math teacher, Mr. Keesing. Anne ignored numerous warnings to stop talking in class, so Mr. Keesing gave her more homework as punishment. Anyway, after the third homework, Anne's punishment was stopped and Mr. Keesing started joking around with his students rather than being strict.