American Literature: To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Study Self Paced (Grades 9-12)

American Literature: To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Study Self Paced (Grades 9-12)


American Literature 

Novel Study of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Semester Length Class 

Syllabus


Instructor: Weber 



Summary: Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird needs little introduction. Few books have shaped the American landscape more than this Pulitzer-prize winning classic of the Civil Rights movement. This class will read this seminal text with emphasis on historical context, themes, motifs, character development, real-world impact, and more. 


Topics Covered: 

Daily Reading and Comprehension questions 

Chapter Vocabulary 

Novel Background : The Dust Bowl, The Great Depression, FDR, Harper Lee’s Childhood 

Novel Impact : The Civil Rights Movement, Cultural References 

Novel Themes: True Bravery, The Golden Rule, Equality and Justice, 

Motifs of Southern Gothic Literature  

Writing about main ideas 

Using textual evidence in written responses 

Connection between TKAM and other texts, past and present 





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