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  • To Kill a Mockingbird: Novel-Ties Teachers Study Guide

    Joyce Friedland, Rikki Kessler, Harper Lee

    Paperback (Learning Links, Oct. 1, 2002)
    Use Novel-Ties ® study guides as your total guided reading program. Reproducible pages in chapter-by-chapter format provide you with the right questions to ask, the important issues to discuss, and the organizational aids that help students get the most out of each book they read.
  • To Kill a Mockingbird - Teacher Guide by Novel Units

    Novel Units

    Paperback (Novel Units, Aug. 9, 2005)
    Time-saving, inspiring lesson plans provide a comprehensive novel unit--created by teachers for teachers. The legwork is done for you. The chapter-by-chapter guides incorporate research-based, high-order reading, writing, and thinking activities. (This is NOT the paperback novel.)
  • Study Guide for To Kill a Mockingbird

    wikihow Literature Guides

    language (, May 28, 2020)
    Explore Harper Lee’s masterpiece "To Kill a Mockingbird" with this study guide from wikiHow, the world’s most trustworthy how-to site. This study guide includes chapter-by-chapter summaries, along with reading comprehension questions and answers and relevant symbols, themes, and motifs. Also included:1. Instructions on how to write a great literary essay2. Essay ideas3. Vocabulary4. Literary terms glossary
  • To Kill a Mockingbird: A Teaching Guide

    Mary Elizabeth, Kathy Kifer

    Paperback (Garlic Press, April 1, 2002)
    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. Table of ContentsNotes to the TeacherAbout the Organization of This Literature Guide o Chapter Pages o Strategy Pages o Tests o Writer s Forum Pages o History of Social Thought Pages o Theme Pages The Groupings of LiteratureIntroducing the LiteratureSample Lesson PlanQuick Find Legal Vocabulary Book Order Alphabetical OrderQuick Find Chapter IndexBibliographyNote: The chapters in this book are untitled: the phrases after each title are placed as guidesPart One: Strategy 1: Beginning a Book Strategy 2: Marking a TextChapter 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 FiguresChapter 2: Scout s First Day of School Strategy 7: Characterization Writer s Forum 1: Description Strategy 8: Plot Conflict Writer s Forum 2: JournalChapter 3: Walter Cunningham and Burris Ewell Strategy 9: Irony Strategy 10: Point of View Writer s Forum 3: Compare and Contrast EssayChapter 4: Gum in the Oak Tree Strategy 11: Setting and Mood Strategy 12: Foreshadowing and FlashbackChapter 5: Miss Maudie; The Fishing Pole Note Strategy 13: Dialogue Writer s Forum 4: Dialogue Test 1: Chapters 1-5Chapter 6: Jem Loses His Pants...and Recovers them Writer s Forum 5: PersuasionChapter 7: Soap Figures; Thank you; Filing the Knot-Hole Writer s Forum 6: Thank-you NoteChapter 8: Snow and Fire Writer s Forum 7: ParodyChapter 9: Atticus Accepts the Robinson Case; Scout Fights Francis Strategy 14: Names and Characterizating TermsChapter 10: Mad Dog Strategy 15: Characterization ContinuumChapter 11: Mrs. Dubose Writer s Forum 8: Definition Test 2: Chapters 6-11 Part TwoChapter 12: Calpurnia s Church Strategy 16: Prior KnowledgeChapter 13: Aunt Alexandra Comes to Stay Strategy 17: Distinguishing Fact and OpinionChapter 14: Dill Runs AwayChapter 15: Friends in the Yard; Mob at the Jail Strategy 18: Historical Fiction/Autobiography Test 3: Chapters 12-15Chapter 16: The CourtroomChapter 17: Heck Tate and Robert E. Lee Ewell Testify Strategy 19: Sensory LanguageChapter 18: Mayella Ewell Testifies Strategy 20: ImagingChapter 19: Tom Robinson TestifiesChapter 20: Dill and Mr. Dolphus Raymond Meet; Atticus s Closing Speech Strategy 21: Revising HypothesesChapter 21: The Jury Decides Writer s Forum 9: News Article Test 4: Chapters 16-21Chapter 22: Reactions to the Verdict; Bob Ewell Threatens AtticusChapter 23: Picking the Jury in Retrospect; Folks Writer s Forum 10: SummaryChapter 24: Missionary Circle Meeting Strategy 22: Stock Characters and Character FoilsChapter 25: The Death of Tom Robinson Writer s Forum 11: Eulogy/AnecdoteChapter 26: Hitler and Democracy Test 5: Chapters 22-26Chapter 27: Bob Ewell Trespasses at Judge Taylor s, Trails Helen Writer s Forum 12: Possible EndingChapter 28: Halloween Pageant and Return Home Strategy 23: Adjusting Reading RateChapter 29: Scout Tells Her Story and Meets Boo Strategy 24: Logical FallaciesChapter 30: Heck Tate Decides Writer s Forum 13: EvaluationChapter 31: Scout Takes Boo Home; Last View of the Finch Family
  • To Kill a Mockingbird: A Teaching Guide

    Mary Elizabeth

    language (Remedia Publications Inc., Sept. 9, 2019)
    Grade Level: 6-12The Discovering Literature Series is designed to develop a student’s appreciation for good literature and to improve reading comprehension. At the Challenging Level, we focus on a variety of reading strategies that help students construct meaning from their experience with literature as well as make connections between their reading and the rest of their lives. The strategies reflect the demands of each literature selection.In these study guides, we will focus on beginning a book, setting and mood, irony, plot structure, foreshadowing and flashback, characterization, forming hypotheses, evaluating a book, plot conflict, point of view, inferencing, rereading, theme, narration, and the genre of dystopias.Each chapter analysis is organized into three basic elements: Journal and Discussion Topics, Chapter Vocabulary, and Chapter Summary.Other features include Strategy Pages to increase students’ understanding of strategies to enhance their comprehension of literature; Testing at the end of each chapter grouping, and Writer’s Forum for students’ to write in a variety of genres relating to the text.This 201-page teaching guide includes an answer key.
  • To Kill a Mockingbird: Study Guide

    Harper Lee

    Paperback (Diesterweg Moritz, Feb. 1, 2018)