To Kill a Mockingbird
Go Set a Watchman
To Kill a Mockingbird - 134 pages: 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.
Go Set a Watchman - 102 pages: The ultimate teaching tool to Harper Lee's best-selling Go Set a Watchman.” Complete with historical background your students need to fully understand the context of the plot, themes and symbolism -- this guide contains non-fiction assignments, differentiated instruction technique hints and assignments, universal access lessons and interactive notebook templates and that is just the beginning. This unit is print-n-go, no prep.
Each section of the novel is summarized and analyzed and contains comprehension quizzes, Socratic Seminar notes, assignments and much more.
Links are included for extra resources -- as well as exclusive access to teaching PowerPoints -- aligned with this essential novel study.
Also includes Timeline Towards Desegregation from 1857 Dred Scott to 1955 Brown vs. Board of Education with R.A.F.T. assignment, historical source document analysis, interactive journal pages and, again, much more.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - 205 pages:
Everything you need to teach Huck Finn. Print and Go Common Core-Aligned chapter-by-chapter activities, critical non-fiction, literary elements, teaching PowerPoints and more. Over 250 pages.
A no-prep novel unit for Mark Twain's classic -- "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". With quizzes, comprehension, literary device study, interactive notebook pages, teaching PowerPoints, source document analysis, social studies tie-ins, and much more, this novel study is the perfect solution for the 21st Century classroom. Differentiated activities and lessons abound in this comprehensive and complete novel study.
Also included are aligned assignments in non‐fiction reading analysis and writing that includes opinion piece analysis on pejorative language, critical non‐fiction and historical document analysis and close reading (Plessy v. Ferguson).
The novel study and non‐fiction assignments are differentiated so all students can access the content of the unit.
To Kill a Mockingbird