There are fathoms of symbolism, depth and meaning within classic literature. Dig deep into the setting, plot, characterization, themes, and important issues brought up in To Kill a Mockingbird with Lit Links. Reading hand-outs provide students with information on the author, plot, and relevant history; quizzes, vocabulary worksheets, graphic organizers, graphs, puzzles, and class activity instructions are included for reinforcement and further enrichment. 64 reproducible pages with answer key; softcover. Grades 7-8.
A gentle story about, Scout a young girl who is growing up in a small town. Scout learn how prejudice stands the test of time. This unit provides teachers with background to the civil rights movement which is essential to the study of the novel. Novel by Harper Lee. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key. 62 pages.