To Kill a Mockingbird Lesson Plans

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8th Grade:
K. Eberlein- 8th Grade- AP ClassesChapter 4 Reading with Annotations. Students will recognize main plot and any sub-plots. RL.8.3 Students will analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama to propel the action, reveal aspects of a character or provoke a decision. L.8.5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language. SL.8.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (teacher led, group, one-on-one) with diverse groups on topic, text, building on ideas and expressing their own clearly.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson plans-week ofSWBAT: define and identify literary elements in TKMB SWBAT: demonstrate comprehension of TKMB SWBAT: describe the setting of chapter 1 of TKMB(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6-11To develop life in Maycomb County To introduce the character Tom Robinson To discuss the feeling of the community about Tom Robinson and Atticus as lawyer(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 18-24To discuss(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 1-5To introduce the author Harper Lee To discuss the main characters. To discuss the setting. To show the beginning of the movie To Kill A Mockingbird(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 12-17To discuss classism To discuss racism and predijudice both White and Black(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 25 - 31To discuss what happens when Jem and Dill go to Hellen Robinson's To discuss the White community's reaction to the trial. To discuss the Africian-American's reaction to the trial How does Bob Ewell respond?(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Boo Radley IllustrationStudents will be able to illustrate Boo Radley using text evidence as support. Students will be able to compare the images of Boo from rumors and now from Scout's meeting him.(Under 3 ratings)
Mock...Yeah...Ing...Yeah-Introduce and discuss themes in To Kill a Mockingbird -Create accountability groups(Under 3 ratings)
Mockingbird Wrap UpStudents will watch To Kill a Mockingbird to reinforce their reading of the novel. They will be tested on their comprehension at the conclusion of the movie.(Under 3 ratings)
The Plot Thickens- Discrimination in TKAMBUnderstand themes introduced in To Kill a Mockingbird(Under 3 ratings)
TKAM: Chpts. 30-31Students will be able to analyze body language and non-verbal communication of Heck Tate using the text in order to interpret what he's trying to say without saying.(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbirdstudents will be able to see the story from another point-of-view.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
"To Kill a Mockingbird," a historical perspectiveStudents will be able to understand the social, political and economic environment in the South from the time of Reconstruction to Brown. v Board of Education.(Under 3 ratings)
TKAM ADVANCED 10 and ENGLISH10Essential Questions: How are biases of all kinds harmful? Can prejudice ever NOT exist? Are people entitled to opinions that may harm others? What is courage? What is justice? Learning Goals and Understandings: • Students will consider the questions, what is good and right and how do we decide that that? • Students will learn to identify and apply the following literary terms: point of view, characterization, setting, and theme • Students will evaluate how racism affects people’s judgments regarding guilt, innocence, and fairness. • Students will connect the setting to plot details • Students will make personal connections to the themes, experiences, and opinions in the novel Key Knowledge and Skills: Students will know: Literary terms including point of view, foreshadowing, characterization Plot line of novel characterization Vocabulary words from novel Students will be able to: Connect personally to the themes, experiences, opinions in the novel Identify examples of themes Evaluate character Connect poems to themes in novel Evaluate facts in a case and make a moral judgment Make sense of the citizens of Maycomb’s reaction to the verdict and form own Apply Standards to Activities/How it applies(Under 3 ratings)
TKAM INTROStudents will be able to infer meaning from a text and create anticipatory questions for further reading(Under 3 ratings)
TKAM REVIEWIdentify elements of plot/literary elements and apply to the novel/extension activities Identify key vocabulary words used in context/beyond the classroom/extension activities(Under 3 ratings)

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