To Kill a Mockingbird - How the Theme of Innocence Impacts Key Characters

To Kill a Mockingbird - How the Theme of Innocence Impacts
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This activity asks students to compare how the theme of innocence impacts each Scout, Jem, and Dill in To Kill a Mockingbird. Students will write their findings on the Venn Diagram.

Students must also provide textual citations explaining where five of their examples come from in the novel. Having students regularly provide textual citations prepares students for the research paper and meets Common Core standards.
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