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Jessika Richter
Jessika Richter
(Lund - Sweden)

The short and sweet: I have been a passionate teacher since 2001.  I first worked with the National Park Service in Washington (state), then moved to Australia where I completed my DipEd at the University of Melbourne and then taught at Hailebury  ...

Resources for To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird


This lesson plan supplements the reading of this American classic. It includes use of primary sources from the Library of Congress.

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To Kill a Mockingbird Unit

This is a PowerPoint presentation outlining ideas for a unit based on To Kill a Mockingbird. Any worksheets or supplimental materials referenced in the presentation have been posted seperately.

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To Kill a Mockingbird Journals

These journal topics were degigned to help students make connections between the novel and their lives.

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To Kill a Mockingbird reflective essay

Reflective essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird Town Map Project

This is a fun poster project in which students create a map of the town of Maycomb. Students are required to provide a brief analysis of major characters and events from the novel, and add this info to the map.

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To Kill a Mockingbird- Chapter 12

Group Size: Whole class

Learning Objectives:

Students will draw upon prior knowledge of characters, events, and terms to make connections with chapter 12 and better understand Mrs. Dubose's situation and motives.

Guiding Question:

How can we better understand a text through the viewpoints of various perspectives?


To Kill a Mockingbird Journals Paper/writing utensils


Write AIM/ Journal on the board


Pre-Assessment: Journal responses

Mid-Assessment: Stop and Jot responses, call and respond responses, and student-generated questions

Post-Assessment: Exit slips- Students should aim for a level 3 or 4 response to the AIM