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With these resources, students can practice interpreting the varying connotative meanings of words. Students will analyze words in context and in relationship to words with similar denotations.
- 1-4 weeks of specific vocabulary instruction
- 20 total worksheets to practice connotation/denotation
o 2 versions for 10 sets of 5 words (50 total words)
o Words and contextual passages from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird
- A complete (editable) PowerPoint presentation to help get you started
o Explicit instructions on how to use the sheets
o Presentation to use as direct instruction
o Guided notes to help keep your students engaged in note taking
o Tips and reminders for using the resources
- Blank templates to help you easily modify or add to the current resources
o A comprehensive glossary of vocabulary from To Kill a Mockingbird (600+ words)
o Chapter-by-chapter vocabulary to help you modify or add to current resources
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*Easily works as an addition to your To Kill a Mockingbird unit.
*Designed with close reading in mind to help guide students toward text evidence and interpretive analysis
*Easily works for all secondary grade levels
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