To Kill A Mockingbird

TKAM. This book is taught partly because of its canonical merit (literary value) and the themes and issues it addresses. Such issues that this book develops are not new to society today, but it allows students to experience firsthand through their reading the sensitive issues of prejudice and racism. It provokes ideas about how cultures and values differ among groups of people and how individuals come to choose their own value system.

TKAM Intro Powerpoint

TKAM Introduction PowerPoint


Pre-reading activities from Prestwick:

TKAM pre-reading activities


Study guide Questions for all chapters:

TKAM Study Guide

 


 Anticipation Guide for TKAM.

f15_anticipation_guide

 


Ch 5-8

Activities – characterization and symbolism

An Interesting Character

 


Ch 9-11

characterization and symbolism

Diagnosing A Disease

Themes in the novel

One Theme Leads to Another


 

Ch 12-16

 Trapped – Activity on theme and characterization

Trapped


 

Ch 17-23

Eye Witness Reaction to Trial

Eyewitness

20 – Closing statement group discussion


 

 

Station Activity for ch 1-24

Stations Activity for To Kill a Mockinbird

Foils and mirror characters

Foiled Again

Mirror, Mirror


Prejudice group work

tkam-small-groups-PREJUDICE-1

 

 

 


 End of novel questions:

Hey, Boo


 

 

 


 

Ch1-15 Quiz

Quiz1-15


 TKAM Unit Test

TKAM-unit-test


Scout Climbs Out of her Own Skin – students connect their lives with Scout

Scout Climbs into Her Own Skin


Write a literary analysis – critical eye

With a Critical Eye


 Film Guide

ToKillaMockingbirdFilmCompGuide

 

 


 

 Other Resources: Audio thanks to Diana Beam

Group Projects for TKAM:

To Kill a Mockingbird Project