To Kill A Mockingbird Vocabulary -No Prep- Task Cards, Homework, Context Clues

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Save Your Students from tripping over unfamiliar vocabulary and vernacular. This targeted unit focuses intently on key terms identified as challenging or key to reading comprehension of this American Literature classic. It includes 72 Task Cards plus 8 printables usable as quizzes, worksheets, homework or assessments. Each handout has 8-20 Questions. Again, this is not a full novel study - this is a complete, stand-alone vocabulary enrichment unit specifically hitting the more advanced vocabulary terms that get in the way of student reading comprehension.

All of these are included!
• 72 TASK CARDS: 24 Part-of-Speech, 24 Definition, 24 Sentence Completion
• Task Card Student Answer Sheet and Answer Key
• CUSTOMIZABLE Answer Sheet so you can create your own
• 4 Synonym Printables - 2 each of two types for Differentiated Lessons
• 4 Worksheets to use as quizzes, classwork, bellringers, homework, warm-ups, etc.
• Kinesthetic, Multiple-Modality Activity: Key Word Shapes (Sort and Sequence)
• 2 Differentiated sets of Study Notecards (Complete and Blank Sets)
• Answer Keys for everything

Key Words Covered in this Unit:
ambidextrous, church, temerity, interdict, acquiescence, thrift, umbrage, deceitful, deceptive, sanctuary, synagogue, precipitant, gall, prohibit, inhibit, consent, concurrence, hiker, frugality, austerity, annoyance, grudge

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Task cards are suitable for use in Learning Centers/Stations, can be projected for group learning, can be printed in color or black and white and of course laminated for use year after year. The cards are presented with multiple choices and fill in the blank. A sequential answer key is also provided.

Build a collection to use over and over again to review with students. This makes an excellent dismissal activity: have students seated and silent with all their belongings ready to go. Have each student answer a Task Card question correctly before they can line up.

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One cannot help but wonder why he wastes his time on such a meaningless and FRUITLESS endeavor.
As used here, which best matches the Part of Speech of fruitless?
A. Adjective
B. Noun
C. Verb
D. Adverb
E. Other

Students who took the HYBRID class earned, on average, a letter grade higher than students in the traditional class.
As used here, which best describes the meaning of hybrid?
A. somber
B. combination
C. signify
D. None of these!

Nothing in the article explains its _________ conclusions.
Which word best completes the sentence?
A. hybrid
B. exuberant
C. loath
D. drone

Which of these words can be used as a verb?

Lifeless and lumpish as the bagpipe's drowsy _________.
Which is the worst fit to fill in the blank?
A. drone
B. parasite
C. fruitless
D. All are good!

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