This To Kill a Mockingbird: What Is a Movie? unit also includes:
The challenge film makers face when creating a film based on a novel or nonfiction text is the focus of a interdisciplinary resource that uses To Kill a Mockingbird to teach viewers how to read the visual images of film. A must-have resource for your curriculum library.
- A perfect resource for film as literature classes, for a unit study of film adaptations of novels and nonfiction texts, or for classes that use the film version as part of the study of a Harper Lee's novel
- The first in a four-resource series that uses To Kill a Mockingbird to explore the process of adapting novels and nonfiction text to film
- The materials are designed to be use after the reading of the novel and with a showing of the complete film
- A DVD of the film is no longer available from the site; however, copies are available for purchase online
- The massive file takes a considerable time to download
- The 23-page packet includes step-by-step directions for lesson plans, all required resources, and links to additional materials