One of my favorite books (and movies) of all time is To Kill A Mockingbird. So, when I finally got to teach it I enjoyed every minute of it. I mostly taught history throughout my career, but I dug into my English resources and immediately knew I needed to put this resource out there. After reformatting the layouts and rewriting parts of the resources, I think this is a good place to start when you are looking for something affordable.
1. Plot Map (1 page)
2. Theme Discussion Guide (1 page)
3. Symbolism Discussion/Notes (1 page w/key)
4. Vocabulary Worksheets (8 pages)
5. Reading Quizzes (13 pages w/key)
6. Chapter 15 Reading Exercise (3 pages w/key)
7. Controversy In Literature Activity/Discussion (1 page)
8. Book Test Study Guide (3 pages)
9. Final Book Test (10 pages)
10. Final Book Test Key (10 pages)
11. Movie Viewing Guide (2 pages)
**Please note: I am not a fan of trigger warnings; however, I believe in keeping with the context of the book and time period. Therefore, please check the materials carefully before you use them in your classroom because some of the materials reflect the EXACT language in the book. You can, of course, adjust as you feel appropriate.