This To Kill a Mockingbird: Characters lesson plan also includes:
What does Scout learn about herself from the other characters in Harper Lee's tale? Groups are assigned two different secondary characters, compile a list of the character's traits, and, using evidence from the text, consider what Scout learns about herself from these unique individuals.
- Assign groups one of the women characters in Scout's life, the role she plays, and the lessons she attempts to teach Atticus's daughter
- Lesson four in a 10-lesson unit study of To Kill A Mockingbird
- The lessons, designed to be used in order, should be augmented with additional activities
- All required materials are contained in the attached zip file