This To Kill a Mockingbird: Narrative and Point of View lesson plan also includes:
To understand how Scout's point of view influences Harper Lee's novel, class members brainstorm other possible narrators and suggest how the tale would be different if told in this fashion. Individuals then adopt Dill's voice and draft several pages of an event that occurs in the first seven chapters of the story.
- As they progress through the text, ask readers to create two lists on which they collect evidence of superstitions the children accept as facts and evidence of superstitions adults accept as fact
- The third in a 10-lesson unit that uses To Kill A Mockingbird as the core text
- The lessons are designed to be used in order, but should be supplemented with additional activities
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