The second half of Chapter 15 is arguably the best scene in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Have your students enact this scene as a skit so they can live it out audibly, visually and kinesthetically. As you can tell from the demo, this script has stage directions, four (no actually five now) narrators, many characters, vocabulary highlighted, study questions. With about 24 students in my classes, I have two groups reading it, and everyone is involved with a reading part. The full product has the full scene/skit, 20 vocabulary words in a list and matching activity, a focus on word root, and a set of 10 questions, which can be used as a quiz, as an individual study guide, or answered collaboratively in small groups and presented to the class as a whole. This will save you about five hours of organization.
Reading scripts helps make our classes more student-centered. It engages students on a peer-to-peer basis, helps them "theatricalize" their reading, and improves subsequent class discussions. It also gives you feedback on their reading and acting / dramatization skill levels. If you like having your students read scripts of the stories they read in the usual way, then look around my "shop" further and follow me at TPT. -- Thanks, John C.