To Kill a Mockingbird - teaching resource
To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee) is an excellent teaching and learning resource for the classic American novel. Resources include a huge 232 slide PowerPoint with 50 accompanying worksheets and a scheme of work. Each lesson in the scheme of work is structured using the four part lesson plan format, following the starter, introduction, development and plenary structure. You can personalise and differentiate the resource as much or as little as you want - all slides in the PowerPoint are fully editable.
Includes a 232 slide PowerPoint, 50 worksheets and a complete scheme of work overview.
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To Kill a Mockingbird includes a range of activities for pupils of all abilities such as:
-A brief biography of Harper Lee and the social and historical context of 1930s Alabama and 1960s America
-33 lesson scheme of work (following the four part lesson plan structure)
-Activities to develop knowledge of the plot
-In depth analysis of the characters of Scout, Jem, Atticus, Dill, Boo Radley, Bob Ewell and Miss Maudie
-Exploration of the key themes (law, good and evil, courage, prejudice, racism, class, innocence and maturity, etc)
-Developing awareness of the features of a novel – character, theme, plot, style, etc
-Harper Lee's message and the role of setting, the mockingbird motif and language
-Cloze passage to consolidate understanding of the plot
-Hot seating activities
-Video links to help the teaching and learning of plot, character and theme
-Character analysis and profiling
-Mind mapping themes and issues
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