This is part of the reading resources I created to guide my students through "To Kill a Mockingbird." This activity focuses on chapters 22, 23, 24 and 26 (Note - this is no discussion question for Chapter 25).
For each chapter, a higher-level thinking question is posed. Students must complete the organizer, encouraging them to analyze the question from both viewpoints. Students also need to examine the question from a character's perspective.
This is a great activity to have students complete prior to an in-class discussion, as it helps them organize their thoughts and gather evidence.
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