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To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned

To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned
Product Description
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Interactive Notebook - Common Core Aligned

This bundle of activities includes over 90 interactive notebook activities to cover before, during, and after reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Every activity is aligned to at least one Common Core State Standard for reading literature, language (vocabulary), speaking and listening, and writing.

Products included in this bundle:
To Kill a Mockingbird Figurative Language & Vocabulary Interactive Notebook
Stereotypes: Introducing the Theme for ANY Story Interactive Notebook
To Kill a Mockingbird Interactive Notebook Trial Organizer Ch. 17-19

The skills students will practice and elements of literature studied include:

-inferring (inference) quotes and passages
-determining themes and how they build upon and relate to one another
-analysis of characters and events, and their relationships throughout the text
-interpreting words (vocabulary) and word connotations
-identifying and analyzing figurative language devices such as similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification, idioms, irony, oxymorons, euphemisms, metonymy, synecdoche, and malapropisms
-identifying and analyzing sound devices such as onomatopoeia, alliteration, and anaphora
-determining and analyzing allusions, parallelism, aphorisms, litotes, epithets, and colloquialism
-analyzing the structure of the novel, including flashbacks and pacing of events
-assessing the narrator's point-of-view and reliability
-compare/contrast the novel with the 1962 movie "To Kill a Mockingbird"
-evaluate the persuasive rhetoric (ethos, logos, pathos) in Atticus's closing remarks
-analyzing a Russian political cartoon and comparing themes
-research various historical connections, such as Jim Crow laws, the Great Depression, and world events
-summarize parts of the text (explanatory/informative writing)
-narrative writing (both nonfiction and creative writing)
-analyze the symbolism in the novel in connection with various themes
-work both individually and with groups
-prepare for and present information to the class

**A comprehensive teacher's guide with examples of every activity is included.**

Please note that while I included so many activities, that does not mean you have to use all of them. Pick and choose which ones you wish to use each time you teach the novel to keep things fresh.

Many of the activities pair with my discussion questions in my To Kill a Mockingbird Complete Literature Unit

Created and copyrighted by Tracee Orman
All images and foldable interactive templates created by Tracee Orman

You can find blank templates for the activities here:

Interactive Notebook Templates & Shapes Bundle {Commercial Use Allowed}

Interactive Notebook Templates: Mini Books {Commercial Use Allowed}

For additional interactive reading notebook activities, see my bundle:
Interactive Reading Notebook Mega Bundle
Total Pages
160 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
2 months
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