Journaling is an effective way to get students to reflect, think critically, and respond to what they read, as well as a great way for you to assess their understanding of what they have read. To Kill a Mockingbird has a lot to reflect upon and respond to. These journal questions help your students do just that. This packet includes fifty-eight journal questions (three to eight per section of reading). I have used all of them with large amounts of success for many years of teaching this book.
These also make excellent discussion starters in class or in literature circles.
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