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To Kill a Mockingbird Movie Guide challenges students to think critically about the plethora of important concepts in this classic movie based on Harper Lee's novel. Explore Atticus Finch's ideals and watch as the plot helps students develop sympathy.Check the preview file for high resolution sampl
This editable bundle has over 40 activities for comparing Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird with the 1962 movie version. Teachers can decide to choose between a variety of activities all aligned to the Common Core State Standards.The activities cover the following areas:Character/Actor Compar
Grades:
8th - 11th, Adult Education
These 25 questions is to be used with the classic film, "To Kill A Mockingbird". Students have a variety of higher-level and lower-level questions to answer while watching the movie to help ensure understanding. Having them answer the questions also ensures they are paying attention to the movie! :
The following twelve-page study guide film packet is used to accompany the Robert Mulligan-directed 1962 courtroom drama "To Kill a Mockingbird" that is an adaptation of Harper Lee's novel of the same name and stars Gregory Peck. It can be used in an English or film studies classroom. The first page
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education
This bundle contains three tests over "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee. ANSWER KEYS INCLUDED FOR ALL. The first is a seven-part final exam over the novel. It includes: Character matching (22 items) Quote Identification (12) Symbolism matching (7) True/False (26) Multiple Choice (24) Fill-in-th
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Color-Fill Film Guides are doodle notes for movies! They are perfect to leave with a sub., give for extension extra-credit, or just to use in class. Students color and answer prompts as they watch the film. The coloring aspect is just enough to help them concentrate. When the film is finished, they
This is a great set of guided notes that go along with the classic companion film to Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. There are 43 numbered statements, most with multiple blanks, that go along with the movie in order. They are primarily comprehension questions, but have been carefully craf
Grades:
7th - 12th, Adult Education
Harper Lee's timeless classic adapted to the big screen (1962 version). This product will help keep your students focused throughout the entire movie. The questions range from simple comprehension questions to short answers. All the questions are in chronological order and a teacher key is provided.
Grades:
7th - 12th
This is a pdf worksheet of 26 questions about To Kill a Mockingbird that relates the film to the book. This worksheet ends with several questions about the effectiveness of the film. Questions are open-ended, and generally do not require an answer key (not included). Get the bundle - Includes the C
This is the movie viewing worksheet that I use for To Kill A Mockingbird, when showing them the 1962 version.It starts with interesting info about the movie to help hook students and get them pumped about watching this classic.Then it asks them to critically look at parts of the movie, and respond t
To Kill a Mockingbird Movie vs. Novel Comparison contains a 2-page analyzer that will help your learners compare the novel to the film. How is the movie different? After reading the novel, learners will view the film and analyze the differences. This opens up a bunch of fun and critical-thinking con
To Kill a Mockingbird is a pack containing our novel study and movie guide based on the popular novel by Harper Lee. The 85 page novel guide is presented chapter-by-chapter and includes the following distinct sections: - Before You Read, - Vocabulary, - Comprehension Questions (including many hi
A companion to the film and novel with space for students to identify and describe each major character.
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
Did you just finish reading To Kill A Mockingbird and want to students to really pay attention as they watch the movie? I designed this worksheet to get students focused on analyzing the differences between the novel and the film adaptation. The worksheet is set up as a checklist so that students ca
This is a great interactive two-sided worksheet to be used while watching the film To Kill a Mockingbird. It has students fill out a venn diagram in which they compare and contrast the movie to the book; analyze two scenes from the movie, paying special attention to mood, music, lighting, camera ang
Questions/worksheet to accompany the movie To Kill a Mockingbird. This can be watched after reading the book.
Students will read the 20 statements and decide if they are true for just the movie, just the book, or true for both. There is also a 6 question extended response assignment. The answer key is provided. I use this for an assessment or assignment right after reading the book and watching the movie. R
This 9 page movie guide with handouts is for the film "To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)". This guide will also work well as a sub plan for your substitute teacher.★★ Check out the full preview! ★★PART 1 – Comprehension questions. I have made two sets of questions for differentiation or depending on how
Questions to go with the movie starring Gregory Peck & Robert Duvall.
Grades:
7th - 12th
Showing movies to accompany literary units is a great way to reward students and also to show them that text doesn’t have to be written. There is a richness in film that students should be aware of. This guide is designed to accompany the 1962 version of To Kill a Mockingbird, starring Gregory Peck.
Grades:
7th - 12th
This is a graphic organizer that asks students to compare Tom Robinson's trial scene in To Kill a Mockingbird to the movie. It has students look at Tom's emotions, Tom's thoughts and words, how other people react to him, Tom Robinson being killed, and Bob Ewell spitting on Atticus.
The first in a series of seven booklets I made to coincide with the film to make this classic story available to ELL. This prereading/prewatching booklet introduces the story through the elements of literature:theme, setting,characters,and plot. Quotes from the book are also included. Literary Terms
To Kill a Mockingbird movie review critique – a great activity for students to evaluate an opinion piece and could be used as a before or after activity of writing their own review of the movie. The review is from www.rogerebert.com (has been updated as of May 2018 as the original review, from NYT,
Grades:
8th - 10th
Study Guide compares To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee to the movie version To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) starring Gregory Peck. Screenplay by Horton Foote. Directed by Robert Mulligan. Produced by Alan Pakula. A Pakula-Mulligan, Brentwood Productions Picture. This is the ONLY movie version of the
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Not Grade Specific

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