This guide was updated and expanded in February of 2017.
This is a two-week literature guide for the book titled To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. To Kill a Mockingbird is the account of a lawyer defending a black man in 1935; the story is told through the eyes of Scout, the lawyer's daughter.
The mini-guide contains ten sections that include vocabulary exercises, discussion questions, reading activities, life application/Bible connections, and a complete Answer Key.
There is space for students to write answers in this version of the guide.
The guide is also available in interactive format:
Mini-Guide for Seniors: To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive
NOTE: The content of the guide in interactive format and in workbook format is the same; the only difference is spacing.
Mini-guides were originally designed for homeschoolers, but can be used in schools and co-ops. For more information about Mini-Guides, check the mini-guide page of the CNS website:
Mini-Guides by Christian Novel Studies
Mini-Guide for Seniors: To Kill a Mockingbird Workbook
by Christian Novel Studies
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License