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To Kill a Mockingbird

ISBN 9780931993749
GP-074

  • Pages: 201

  • The challenging level focuses on a variety of reading strategies to help students construct a meaningful literature experience as well as develop critical thinking and academic skills. 

    Notes to the Teacher
    About the Organization of This Literature Guide
    • Chapter Pages
    • Strategy Pages
    • Tests
    • Writer’s Forum Pages
    • History of Social Thought Pages
    • Theme Pages
    The Groupings of Literature
    Introducing the Literature
    Sample Lesson Plan
    Quick Find Legal Vocabulary
    • Book Order
    • Alphabetical Order
    Quick Find Chapter Index
    Bibliography
    Note: The chapters in this book are untitled: the phrases after each title are placed as guides

    Part One:
    • Strategy 1: Beginning a Book
    • Strategy 2: Marking a Text
    Chapter 1: Dill Arrives
    • Strategy 3: References and Allusions—Consulting Outside Sources
    • Strategy 4: Plot—The Design of a Story
    • Strategy 5: Forming Hypotheses
    • Strategy 6: Rhetorical Figures
    Chapter 2: Scout’s First Day of School
    • Strategy 7: Characterization
    • Writer’s Forum 1: Description
    • Strategy 8: Plot—Conflict
    • Writer’s Forum 2: Journal
    Chapter 3: Walter Cunningham and Burris Ewell
    • Strategy 9: Irony
    • Strategy 10: Point of View
    • Writer’s Forum 3: Compare and Contrast Essay
    Chapter 4: Gum in the Oak Tree
    • Strategy 11: Setting and Mood
    • Strategy 12: Foreshadowing and Flashback
    Chapter 5: Miss Maudie; The Fishing Pole Note
    • Strategy 13: Dialogue
    • Writer’s Forum 4: Dialogue
    • Test 1: Chapters 1-5
    Chapter 6: Jem Loses His Pants…and Recovers them
    • Writer’s Forum 5: Persuasion
    Chapter 7: Soap Figures; Thank you; Filing the Knot-Hole
    • Writer’s Forum 6: Thank-you Note
    Chapter 8: Snow and Fire
    • Writer’s Forum 7: Parody
    Chapter 9: Atticus Accepts the Robinson Case; Scout Fights Francis
    • Strategy 14: Names and Characterizating Terms
    Chapter 10: Mad Dog
    • Strategy 15: Characterization Continuum
    Chapter 11: Mrs. Dubose
    • Writer’s Forum 8: Definition
    • Test 2: Chapters 6-11
     

    Part Two
    Chapter 12: Calpurnia’s Church

    • Strategy 16: Prior Knowledge

    Chapter 13: Aunt Alexandra Comes to Stay

    • Strategy 17: Distinguishing Fact and Opinion

    Chapter 14: Dill Runs Away
    Chapter 15: Friends in the Yard; Mob at the Jail

    • Strategy 18: Historical Fiction/Autobiography
    • Test 3: Chapters 12-15

    Chapter 16: The Courtroom
    Chapter 17: Heck Tate and Robert E. Lee Ewell Testify

    • Strategy 19: Sensory Language

    Chapter 18: Mayella Ewell Testifies

    • Strategy 20: Imaging

    Chapter 19: Tom Robinson Testifies
    Chapter 20: Dill and Mr. Dolphus Raymond Meet; Atticus’s Closing Speech

    • Strategy 21: Revising Hypotheses

    Chapter 21: The Jury Decides

    • Writer’s Forum 9: News Article
    • Test 4: Chapters 16-21

    Chapter 22: Reactions to the Verdict; Bob Ewell Threatens Atticus
    Chapter 23: Picking the Jury in Retrospect; Folks

    • Writer’s Forum 10: Summary

    Chapter 24: Missionary Circle Meeting

    • Strategy 22: Stock Characters and Character Foils

    Chapter 25: The Death of Tom Robinson

    • Writer’s Forum 11: Eulogy/Anecdote

    Chapter 26: Hitler and Democracy

    • Test 5: Chapters 22-26

    Chapter 27: Bob Ewell Trespasses at Judge Taylor’s, Trails Helen

    • Writer’s Forum 12: Possible Ending

    Chapter 28: Halloween Pageant and Return Home

    • Strategy 23: Adjusting Reading Rate

    Chapter 29: Scout Tells Her Story and Meets Boo

    • Strategy 24: Logical Fallacies

    Chapter 30: Heck Tate Decides

    • Writer’s Forum 13: Evaluation

    Chapter 31: Scout Takes Boo Home; Last View of the Finch Family

    • Strategy 25: Symbolism
    • Strategy 26: Rereading a Book
    • Strategy 27: Comparing and Contrasting a Book and a Movie
    • Writer’s Forum 14: Book Review
    • Strategy 28: Literary Allusion: A Case Study
    • Strategy 29: Theme
    • Test 6: Chapters 27-31

    History of Social Thought Pages

    • Introduction
    • Social Inequality and Racial Inequality
    • A Little History
    • Miscegenation
    • Gender Equality

    Theme Pages

    • Personal Quality
    • Maturity and Adulthood
    • Justice
    • Education/Reading
    • Neighbor/Community
    • Courage
    • Status and Reputation

    Answer Pages

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To Kill a Mockingbird | Discovering Literature Series: Challenging Level

To Kill a Mockingbird | Discovering Literature Series: Challenging Level
To Kill a Mockingbird | Discovering Literature Series: Challenging Level
To Kill a Mockingbird | Discovering Literature Series: Challenging Level