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To Kill a Mockingbird eNotes Lesson Plan
by eNotesLearning Objectives: By the end of this unit, students should be able to explain, using plot points and characters from the book, how the archetype of good versus evil plays out in the novel;...
To Kill a Mockingbird Character Analysis Lesson Plan
by eNotesTheme Revealed Through Scout Finch's Dynamic Character Development: This lesson plan focuses on how Scout Finch develops as a dynamic character, whose transition to an adult perspective reveals...
To Kill a Mockingbird eNotes Reading Response Prompts
by eNotesThe narrator remembers Maycomb, Alabama, as “a tired old town.” What is your impression of Maycomb, based on her detailed description of it? How is life in Maycomb in the 1930s different from...
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Comprehension Quiz
by Tessie BarbosaThis quiz contains reading comprehension questions for To Kill a Mockingbird.
To Kill a Mockingbird eNotes Teaching Guide
by eNotesThis guide provides some of the most salient aspects of the text before you begin teaching To Kill a Mockingbird. This classic novel is a mainstay of English classrooms and Harper Lee’s most iconic...
In Boo's Shoes, an eNotes Original To Kill A Mockingbird Comic
by eNotesOur eNotes original comic "In Boo's Shoes" visually illustrates Maycomb through Boo's eyes. It draws direct quotes from one of the most important passages in To Kill A Mockingbird, in which Scout...
To Kill a Mockingbird: Unit Test
by wannamTo Kill a Mockingbird: Unit Test Multiple Guess: Select the best answer. What does Calpurnia's role in the Finch household suggest about Atticus? a. He is a racist b. He hates his children c. He...
To Kill a mockingbird Q&As Chapter 1-8
To Kill a Mockingbird: Questions for Chapters 1-11
Mockingbird, Vocabulary in context
by Jennifer CannadayOn each of the following, make a prediction about what the word means based on the sentence. Here is a quick reminder of the "context clue" you may use when making a prediction. Pairing – when an...
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Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird - Analyzing Race Relations with the Selma Bridge Crossing
by Adrienne Marsh
To Kill a Mockingbird trial study guide
by katemschultzThe Ewells v. Tom Robinson Lawyer for the Ewells: Lawyer for Tom Robinson: Name of the Judge: Where is the trial taking place (building and town): When is the trial taking place (season and...
Boo Radley to kill a mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Test
by Michael Stultz, M.A.Direction: Mark “A” for “True,” and “B” for “False.” The jury has to convict Tom because Mr. Gilmer’s evidence was overwhelming. Bob Ewell dies when, in a drunken stupor, he falls on his own...
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