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 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 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 - 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 - Class and GenderQuick View

To Kill a Mockingbird - Class and Gender

Lesson leading students to explore ideas of class and gender in the novel. The lesson was used when around Chapter 19/20 of the novel. Students discuss ideas of gender stereotypes for Maycomb at the time and how certain characters fit with them. They then explore a couple of key quotes (included in the PowerPoint) and how they relate to the context of the novel. They can then complete PEE responses and peer assess (some criteria included in PP) with a final discussion of contextual themes.
Introductory Lessons to 'To Kill A Mockingbird' - Focus on context and inequality.Quick View

Introductory Lessons to 'To Kill A Mockingbird' - Focus on context and inequality.

This is a two lesson pack, with worksheets included in the powepoints, which will enable students to discover the context of novel and focus on the prevailing theme of inequality. These lessons include an activity in which students write a diary entry through the eyes of Gem Finch, this work can be returned to later in the scheme of work when students have gained a better understanding of the novel.
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).
Huge 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Bundle 100+ pagesQuick View

Huge 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Bundle 100+ pages

A huge bank of original resources for 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. This is arguably 'worth' a lot more but I have reduced the price considerably since the novel was taken off the GCSE spec; however, this may still be essential for teachers in international schools or for teachers who are teaching it at Key Stage 3. Includes: Essay responses Differentiated learning journeys Writing frames Planning frames Revision booklet Differentiated character investigation lessons
An Introduction to To Kill A MockingbirdQuick View

An Introduction to To Kill A Mockingbird

An Introductory lesson for the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, aimed at higher level KS3 or mid level KS4 classes. Has been used successfully with top set Year 9s and mid ability Year 10 classes in the past. Part of an introductory series of lessons, this stand-alone lesson covers: Symbolism and key symbols used in the book and its title. Making predictions based on book covers, titles and blurbs. What a proverb is and why it is used in the title. Reflection about the reading process ahead as student embark on this class novel. Activities include strong visual elements, as well as solo writing and discussion.