This is a gallery walk assignment for Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird that requires students to view and write about images related to the text. A gallery walk is an activity that requires students to circulate around the room while thoughtfully observing and analyzing visual content. I have included two websites within the product that feature different images related to the novel. In the included directions, I specify how you should select five Mockingbird-related images for students to perform a gallery walk with. Note that I also included a website link on the assignment itself in case you want students to select their own images, independently, to analyze during a study of this text.
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-During the exercise, students walk around the room in silence and view each related image; as they view, they respond to the questions on the handout, which require them to reflect, write, and make connections to the book. This activity can be followed up with paired and/or whole class discussion or extended writing.
I have included directions and a two page handout/graphic organizer.
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