Scout, Jem, and Dill—Where are they now? Wondering how to incorporate Go Set a Watchman into your To Kill a Mockingbird unit? In this two-day lesson, students analyze Scout, Jem, and Dill thoroughly, make predictions about their futures, and finally read a short passage about each from GSAW (set 20 years after Mockingbird) to see how closely their predictions match Harper Lee’s.
This download includes a two-day lesson plan that involves direct instruction, group work, class discussion, and independent work. Plus student materials and CCSS alignment information.
**This assignment assumes that your students have access to copies of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Check out my other GSAW materials:
Bundled Set of all GSAW materials
Class Conflict in GSAW and TKAM
Essay Prompts/Discussion Questions for GSAW and TKAM
Analyzing Tone via diction, imagery, syntax, and point of view with passages from GSAW