Wondering how to incorporate Go Set a Watchman into your To Kill a Mockingbird unit? This one-day lesson uses a short passage from Watchman to encourage students to think about the conflict between the social classes from the perspective of someone most unworthy—well, at least according to Aunt Alexandra.
This download includes an engaging activity for the assignment’s “Warm Up;” a lesson plan that involves close reading, an interactive game, group work, individual work, and a creative writing extension; student materials; answer key; rubric; and CCSS alignment.
**This assignment assumes that your students have access to copies of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Check out my other Go Set a Watchman materials:
Bundled Set of all GSAW materials
Characterization 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