Searching for an engaging way to culminate your study of Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird? Then look no further. As a culminating unit project, students will be use their creative genius and critical reading skills to create a memory box for one of the main characters. Using clues from the text to not only design the container, but to also recreate and/or represent the items that would most likely be included AND explain their rationale for including those items.
This is designed as an independent project to be worked on over the course of a novel study (which can take up to three weeks).