Teach students to read between the lines by doing a close examination of important quotations in To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapters 13-14.
First two pages are a worksheet for students who prefer to work independently.
The same quotes have been arranged in a Silent Conversation Activity, in which students work in small groups to evaluate quotes by having a "conversation" on paper. Students evaluate one quote on each page, then pass their papers to the other group members who have a chance to respond to the quote and their peers' comments.
I am always surprised by the depth of thought that students exhibit in this activity, especially with regard to the important revelations in these chapters.
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