To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts

To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
To Kill a Mockingbird Reading Prompts
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Even some of our brightest kids will inevitably ask us, “Why do we have to read this? It’s so boring!”

These reading prompts aren’t the typical study guides that merely ask students to read and answer a series of questions after looking at a list of vocab words. It’s nice if students can tell us what Scout’s full name is in To Kill a Mockingbird, but is that really what we want them to take away from reading such a powerful book about justice, racism, and the power of empathy? Let’s face it. Those kinds of study guides are tidy lesson plans, but they bore students and don’t engage them in thinking about what they are reading, enjoying what they read, and becoming better readers.

These reading prompts include a teacher’s guide that explains how to use these prompts in your classroom for maximum impact with your students. Each prompt has three main components:
— Before Reading: a statement of reading purpose written in student-friendly language; vocabulary usage;
— During Reading: reading tasks that direct students in during-reading activities, such as annotation, highlighting, and translating
— After Reading: reading outcomes, which are critical-thinking questions to help students critically think about the reading selection and synthesize that information in writing or another form that you can easily assess.

Here's a Table of Contents for the TKAM Reading Prompt Unit:
- Ch. 1: An Imaginative Childhood
- Ch. 2-4: Learning About Empathy
- Ch. 5-8: Growing Maturity
- Ch. 9-11: Courage and Conflict
- Ch. 12-14: Leaving Childhood Behind
- Ch. 15-17: Seeing Past Our Blind Spots
- Ch. 18-20: The Truth Will Out (with a bonus: Close Reading and Analysis of Atticus' Argument)
- Ch. 21-23: Actions and Reactions
- Ch. 24-26: The Persistence of Hypocrisy
- Ch. 27-31: Revenge and Healing
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