To Kill a Mockingbird Trial Organizer and Lesson Practicing Inference Skills
This To Kill a Mockingbird activity helps students organize all the facts that are established through Heck Tate's, Mayella Ewell's, Bob Ewell's, and Tom Robinson's testimonies. It also has them decipher what Atticus' line of questioning implies (or infers) about the facts that are established.
It is a great critical thinking activity for chapters 17-19 and a wonderful tool to use with students who struggle with reading comprehension. Includes teacher's instructions and answer key, a student handout, large print answers to post in the classroom or use on a projector or SmartBoard, and an additional handout for students who may be absent on those days.
This is included in my To Kill a Mockingbird Teaching Unit
To Kill a Mockingbird Teaching Unit on CD
Common Core State Standards practiced:
Created by Tracee Orman:
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