To Kill a Mockingbird Activities - This To Kill a Mockingbird Activities Pack Contains 60 Pages of Fun, Easy-to-Use To Kill a Mockingbird Activities. Supports the Entire Unit!
You’ll find the following:
Introduction for To Kill a Mockingbird- The Rosewood Massacre Discussion
Introduce To Kill a Mockingbird and hook students with a discussion on The Rosewood Massacre. This is an excellent introduction To Kill a Mockingbird because many believe The Rosewood Massacre to be one of the inspirational events for Harper Lee’s writing of To Kill a Mockingbird.
*A three page historical synopsis of The Rosewood Massacre called, “Remembering Rosewood,” provided by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
*Twelve Socratic Seminar discussion questions
*Instructions for a Fishbowl Discussion (a Socratic Seminar variation)
*Fishbowl Discussion instructions
*Fishbowl Discussion student evaluation form
*Post discussion student reflection
Provide students with a historical context for the novel and engage them with a discussion on historical race issues. Students are naturally interested in issues of race and this will pique their interest and increase their intellectual access to To Kill a Mockingbird.
To Kill a Mockingbird Character Activity Pack
Engage students by connecting them with the dynamic characters in To Kill a Mockingbird.
*To Kill a Mockingbird Character Analysis and Changes Chart
* To Kill a Mockingbird Character Analysis Essay Prompt and Pre-writing Sheet
* To Kill a Mockingbird Common Core Aligned Character Analysis Essay Rubric
* To Kill a Mockingbird Character Poster Activity
*Detailed Answer Key
This packet can be used throughout your To Kill a Mockingbird unit. Use the character analysis and changes chart while reading to track character development. The character poster activity is an exciting way to connect students to the characters at any point during the unit, and the character analysis essay is a perfect end of unit assessment.
To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Exploration
Engage students and draw them into the text of To Kill a Mockingbird with this quote exploration activity pack!
*To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Exploration Activity – draw students into a deep analysis of the text!
*To Kill a Mockingbird Poster Graffiti Activity – students kinesthetically and socially explore important passages while creating large posters to display around the room!
*To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Pass Back Activity – draw students into the text in an engaging, cooperative and social manner!
*Detailed To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Exploration Answer Key
This packet can be used throughout your To Kill a Mockingbird unit. Use To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Exploration Activity while reading to draw students into a deep understanding of the text. The To Kill a Mockingbird Poster Graffiti Activity is an exciting way to connect students to the text at any point during the unit, and the To Kill a Mockingbird Quote Pass Back Activity is a perfect in class activity at any point during the novel.
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary and Activity Pack
Engage and challenge students with these To Kill a Mockingbird vocabulary words! Students define words, write the word in a sentence of their own, and then synthesize the information to write stories! The flashcards can be used as traditional flashcards or in study games like Go Fish. Print on cardstock for sturdier cards. The definition flashcards have been arranged so the teacher can print back to back with the vocabulary words and they will line up.
*Student Vocabulary Worksheets with 32 Vocabulary Words
This can be used as a Print and Go resource - students study the vocabulary at home or in class. Students can also work in cooperative groups to define the words and write sentences. For a greater challenge, require students to find the word in the book and write the sentence in which it appears in the novel. Another fun activity is the Story Pass Back – after students have had a chance to study the words, they write group stories. This is a fun activity and it often produces some humorous stories. Furthermore, it really tests students’ knowledge of the words and provides some peer accountability!
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To Kill a Mockingbird Complete Reading and Teaching Guide
To Kill a Mockingbird Pre-reading Questions and Discussion
To Kill a Mockingbird Questions for Every Chapter
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Guide Part One
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Guide Part Two
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