Welcome to the To Kill a Mockingbird Module! This novel when published was quickly accepted as an American classic and continues to be read worldwide today. This novel is a coming of age story that deals with the themes of race/ prejudice, stereotypes, justice and judgement, youth/ growing up, morality and ethics, fear, women’s roles, family, compassion, forgiveness, and courage.
Check out the list of objectives below:
- Students will consider the questions, what is good and right and how do we decide that that?
- Students will learn to identify and apply the following literary terms: point of view, characterization, setting, and theme
- Students will evaluate how racism affects people’s judgments regarding guilt, innocence, and fairness.
- Students will connect the setting to plot details.
- Students will make personal connections to the themes, experiences, and opinions in the novel.
Now you are ready to complete the steps below. Follow the steps to complete the module.
- Watch the video below.
- Go to Google Classroom. Complete and submit the assignment titled “To Kill a Mockingbird Introduction Assignment”. Make sure to write thorough and thoughtful answers.
- Go to your teacher and get both the “My To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Unit Guide” and the “To Kill a Mockingbird Journal Prompts and Character Lists”. Read the first eleven chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird. As you read complete the exercises and question in your “My To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Unit Guide”. Also, as you encounter new characters go to your “To Kill a Mockingbird Journal Prompts and Character Lists” and fill in notes about each new character. Respond to the journal prompts on the “To Kill a Mockingbird Journal Prompts” packets as you read each chapter.
- Once you have finished the first 11 chapters go to the teacher as ask to take to the Part 1 exam.
- Go to the teacher and get the “My To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Unit Guide (Part 2)” guide. Complete the exercises in both “My To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Unit Guide” and “To Kill a Mockingbird Journal Prompts and Character Lists” as you read the remainder of To Kill a Mockingbird.
- Watch the following videos.
- Go to the teacher to take the exam over Part 2.
- Watch the To Kill a Mockingbird movie and complete the movie/ novel comparison.
- Now you are ready to begin the To Kill a Mockingbird Character Analysis Essay. Go to Google Classroom and open the assignment titled “To Kill a Mockingbird Character Analysis Essay”. Once you have completed that turn it into Google Classroom.