Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird

Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
Mentor Sentences from To Kill A Mockingbird
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  1. This To Kill A Mockingbird unit contains a variety of tools for teaching Harper Lee's famous novel. You will receive graphic organizers, vocabulary tools, grammar mentor sentences, an editable test, a set of editable questions, multiple choice questions, and character inforgraphics.You can click on
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Studying To Kill A Mockingbird? Add mentor sentences to your lessons for analyzing vocabulary and grammar. Bring language alive while reading literature with these mentor sentences.

Vocabulary and grammatical terms included in this To Kill A Mockingbird mentor sentences bundle:

Chapter 1
* 10 sentences: subjects and verbs
* analysis of the exposition of the story through a language/ syntax point of view
* 5 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 2
* 10 sentences: subjects and verbs
* analysis of characterization (Miss Caroline) through sentence style
Chapter 3
* 10 sentences: subjects and verbs.
* discussion of 'incorrect English' in dialogue
* 15 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 4
* 10 sentences: subjects and verbs
Chapter 5
* 10 sentences: subjects and verbs
* analysis of story content and syntax
* 5 vocabulary words
Chapter 6
* 10 sentences: subjects, verbs, and direct objects
Chapter 7
* 10 sentences: subject, verbs, predicate nouns, predicate pronouns, and predicate adjectives
Chapter 8
* 10 sentences: predicate words and direct objects
Chapter 9
* 10 sentences: predicate words and direct objects
* 10 vocabulary words, studied in context. The answer key has connections to the grammar studied in this section.
Chapter 10
* 10 sentences: predicate words and direct objects
Chapter 11
* 10 sentence: predicate words and direct objects
* analysis of author's sentence structure
Chapter 12
* 10 sentences: parts of speech (not interjections)
Chapter 13
* 5 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 14
Dialogue rules.
Chapter 15
* 14 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 17
* 10 sentences: phrases
* 10 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 23
* 5 vocabulary words, studied in context
Chapter 31
* 5 sentences that study types of sentences: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex
* Analysis of a paragraph and types of sentenced used - effect on story's meaning

Answer keys are included. Please download the first two pages of the bundle in the preview to be sure the use of mentor sentences in To Kill A Mockingbird will work for you and your students! I have also included suggestions for using mentor sentences to teach grammar and vocabulary.

Please note that I do not use every activity included in this bundle every time I teach To Kill A Mockingbird. The depth of these mentor sentences is to provide teachers with variety! If a concept is covered in multiple chapters, the difficulty increases with coverage of chapters.

I frequently add to this bundle, and you will receive all updates for free.

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Verify the preliminary determination of the meaning of a word or phrase (e.g., by checking the inferred meaning in context or in a dictionary).
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grades 9–10 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.
Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.
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