Illness

The project we had to do was the butterfly project. Where we had to make a butterfly based on a poem to see if your character will live or die. The poems are based on the children at the Theresienstdalt Concentration Camps.


Illness by Franta Bass
Sadness, stillness in the room.
In the middle, a table and a bed.
In the bed, a feverish boy.
His mother sits next to him
with a little book.
She reads him his favorite story
and immediately, the fever subsides





I learned that life was very hard for people during that time. Many family’s were kept in this camp. Children worked and they weren’t fed or sheltered good, it was always cold and they would have very little to eat. Many were transported to another camp in Auschwitz  where they would be killed.

Comments

  1. Laila, I like how you used just a little bit of green on your butterfly, it really highlights the sadness the author must have felt when he remembered what it was like to be sick and wishing for his old life.

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  2. Something I learned about your poem was how they got transported to another camp but my question is how did they get transported there?

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  3. Laila, I like how you used just a little bit of green on your butterfly, it really highlights the sadness the author must have felt when he remembered what it was like to be sick and wishing for his old life.

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  4. What I learned about your poem is how life was very hard for people during that time. What I like about your butterfly the coloring that you did

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  5. Something I liked about your butterfly is that colocated the informational dots in a specific place and that you explain really well what you learned and that you used a different variation of colors.

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  6. Something I like about your poem is the explanation you gave about your butterfly.

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  7. Laila, you did good In your butterfly

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  8. What i liked about your poem is how the green comes out of the project.

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  9. I like the detail on your butterfly.

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  10. How did they get transported

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  11. I LIKE YOUR BUTTERFLY ITS NICE

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  12. It’s good that you did your project it’s thats it’s looks like to just did it like in 10 min with pencil not saying it’s bad just needs little more work

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  13. I learned that life is fragile and anything can happen

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  14. What I learned about your poem is that families were kept in concentration camps and kids and adults weren’t fed correctly making kids starve the most.

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  15. I like how the trees on the butterfly separate the past from their current reality. Would have liked to see a bit more color though - all of the parts in pencil kind of blend together, but you do have detail in there!

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