Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast

Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
Go Set A Watchman By Harper Lee Close Reading Compare/Contrast
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Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee Compare and Contrast with To Kill a Mockingbird Activities

The publication of Harper Lee's first draft of To Kill a Mockingbird (titled Go Set a Watchman) offers opportunities for students to see how the writing process works: it takes a lot of revision and rewriting to get your final draft just right!

Using the first chapter of Go Set a Watchman (published on the web, link included), students will compare the following areas in a close reading activity:
-narrator's point-of-view and perspective
-characterization and imagery (includes analyzing dialogue)
-setting
-plot and purpose
-inciting incident
-tone and mood

Students will also evaluate the writing, rewriting, and revision process by analyzing the changes the author made in the above areas.

Students will also practice writing from a third-person point-of-view, then rewriting the work in first-person point-of-view to get a feel of what Harper Lee went through during her revision process.

Go Set a Watchman was published July 14, 2015. This resource will be updated with additional activities after reading the full text.

Please note: the purchase of Go Set a Watchman is not necessary to use this resource. The first chapter gives the students plenty of material to work with to cover all the standards.

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Created and Copyrighted by © Tracee Orman, 2015

The Common Core Standards were developed and written by the NGA. © Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved. To view the standards online, go to: www.corestandards.org

This resource is not connected with Harper Lee, HarperCollins, Reese Witherspoon, The Wall Street Journal, NewsCorp, or any of the aforementioned’s affiliates. It is for educational purposes only.

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