To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America

To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
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A note-taking lesson in which students learn what life was like during the pivotal decade of the 1950s in America. Gives a good context for the time period when the novel To Kill a Mockingbird was published and how it helped change views of racism and segregation in the South. Includes notes on WWII, Civil Rights, The Baby Boom, Families, Culture, Mass Media, Rock'n'Roll, Teenagers, and how To Kill a Mockingbird fit into this historical context. This guide is meant to be used with my Powerpoint presentation "To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America Powerpoint".
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To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
To Kill a Mockingbird Context Lesson: 1950s America
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