To Kill a Mockingbird No Prep Novel UnitQuick View

To Kill a Mockingbird No Prep Novel Unit

A no-prep novel unit for Harper Lee's classic -- "To Kill a Mockingbird". With quizzes, comprehension, literary device study, interactive notebook pages, universal access assignments, source document analysis, social studies tie-ins, and much more, this handbook is the perfect solution for the 21st Century classroom. Differentiated activities and lessons abound in this comprehensive and complete novel study. 134-pages
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapters 1 and 2Quick View

To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapters 1 and 2

A series of resources and activities to help introduce aspects of the setting and characters. Designed to fit the Edexcel IGCSE syllabus requirements but is general enough to be adaptable.
To Kill A Mockingbird total revision packageQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird total revision package

A bundle of resources designed to support the in-depth teaching, learning, analysis and revision of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird. Included are essays on each character, theme, and chapter by chapter summary and analysis. An excellent revision tool, also useful to the newly qualified teacher or anyone new to the text.
To Kill A Mockingbird SOLQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird SOL

A shortish unit of work as a lot of lesson time might be spend reading. Focuses on some key sections in the first half of the novel and on developing some core reading skills, particularly the analysis of language and the use of appropriate contextual reference. When I taught this, we read much of the first half of the book in class and then students read the rest over the Easter break, hence why this SOL focuses mostly on the beginning. The resources here are not rigid and can be adapted in a number of ways. I hope this description makes it clear what this resource contains.
To Kill A MockingbirdQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird

Four Week Lesson Plan for examining "ism"s found in To Kill A Mockingbird. Lesson plans and handouts designed to increase literacy, comprehension and other language related skills across the core curriculum. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: RL.9-10.10
To Kill A Mockingbird Context Revision SheetQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird Context Revision Sheet

A context-on-a-page resource for To Kill A Mockingbird which is ideal for revision or introducing context when first teaching the novel. Designed for GCSE students studying for the Edexcel IGCSE but could be used with any classes studying the novel. The resource is broken down into the following sections: - Harper Lee (biographical facts) - Racism - The Great Depression
To Kill A Mockingbird - Revision NotesQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird - Revision Notes

This resource contains insightful comments and notes on many aspects of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee: Characters: Scout, Atticus, Jem, Aunt Alexandra, Dill, Calpurnia, Arthur 'Boo' Radley, Miss Maudie, Mr BB Underwood, Miss Gates Themes: justice, childhood & maturity, prejudice & racism, courage & conviction, education & learning, empathy & identity, conformity, loneliness, the mockingbird Events: summer with Boo Radley, snow & fire, Christmas at Finch's Landing, Mrs Dubose, Church, the Lynch Mob, the trial, the Missionary Society Context: lists many contextual reference points to draw into your essay, e.g. the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, the Scottsboro incident, lynch mobs Includes lots of quotations from the book to back-up points Aimed at GCSE students studying the book for English Literature exams
To Kill a Mockingbird Quiz - Chapters 4-5Quick View

To Kill a Mockingbird Quiz - Chapters 4-5

This is a 13-question comprehension assessment in multiple choice format, plus the corresponding answer key. Questions on this quiz pertain to the following important details: • Discoveries in the knothole • Why Jem gets angry at Scout • The rolling tire incident • The game the kids play • Dill and Scout's relationship • The evolving relationship between Scout and Miss Maudie • Theories pertaining to the mystery of Boo Radley • Miss Maudie's impressions of Boo • Delivering a note to Boo
'Mockingbirds' Activity in To Kill A MockingbirdQuick View

'Mockingbirds' Activity in To Kill A Mockingbird

This activity is designed to get students thinking about all the different characters who are 'mockingbirds' in the novel, i.e. symbols of vulnerability and innocence. There are two versions of the handout included - the first has blank space for students to write in their own ideas about each character and the second is the 'teacher' version which is filled in with an explanation of how each character is a mockingbird. The characters covered are: Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, Dill, Walter Cunningham, Atticus, Scout, Jem, Helen Robinson, Tim Johnson (the dog) and Mayella Ewell. I found that the blank version was a useful activity to get students thinking independently first and the 'teacher' version then provided them with all the details they require for revision and essay-writing.
To Kill a Mockingbird- Character analysis packageQuick View

To Kill a Mockingbird- Character analysis package

A collection of essays designed to support the teaching, learning and analysis of the characters in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Each essay covers a single character in depth, and includes key quotes and links to themes. Characters included are: Scout Finch Atticus Finch Jem Finch Tom Robinson Aunt Alexandra Bob&Mayella Ewell Boo Radley Calpurnia Dill Harris Maudie Atkinson
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading GuideQuick View

To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Guide

This comprehensive, 29-page To Kill a Mockingbird reading guide promotes active reading, reading comprehension, vocabulary comprehension, plot recall, character analysis, quote analysis, an awareness of historical context, and more. A complete key is included. The guide is grouped by chapters. Each section includes a vocabulary section, requiring students to define potentially challenging words. Additionally, each section includes a series of plot-based questions and features meaningful quotations, which require an articulation of context. Finally, each section identifies several aspects of the assigned reading which students should review post-reading.
To Kill a Mockingbird: Study PromptsQuick View

To Kill a Mockingbird: Study Prompts

This 14-page resource is a set of short writing tasks, and formal essay questions in the style of A Level, AP and IB examinations. The initial tasks focus student attention on significant aspects of each chapter and build up a full understanding of what Harper Lee is trying to achieve, how she is trying to achieve it, and how successful she has been. The chapter-based questions can, additionally, be used as a basis for class discussion, and the essay topics as an invaluable tool for pre-examination revision and rehearsal. At a time-saving level, teachers will be relieved of the need to develop their own units of study for the work, and to seek out relevant questions from past examinations. ‘These prompts are a terrific tool for generating class discussions, creating short answer exams, or longer essay assignments. I have purchased a number of them and am impressed with each one’ (from the Commendations page).
To Kill A Mockingbird Visual Analysis TaskQuick View

To Kill A Mockingbird Visual Analysis Task

Students are given three visuals that depict life in the 1930's. They are to choose two and are led through a series of prompts that will allow them to work in achieving a paragraph response. Students are asked to give a visual analysis of the images and are provided a word bank.