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To Kill A Mockingbird Teaching Resources

Arthur's history: A diagram to complete to show what happened to Arthur 'Boo' Radley before the beginning of the novel.
Chapter starters: The first words from each chapter for students to re-order and analyse (you could give each student one and ask them to arrange themselves in order).
Chapter starters answers: The answers to the resource above.
Chapter booklet: All the chapter questions in an A5 booklet.
Chapters 1 & 2: A set of questions on the first two chapters.
Chapters 3 & 4: A set of questions on chapters three and four.
Chapters 5 & 6: A set of questions on chapters five and six.
Chapters 7 & 8: A set of questions on chapters seven and eight.
Chapters 9 & 10: A set of questions on chapters nine and ten.
Chapter 11: A set of questions on chapter eleven.
Chapters 12 & 13: A set of questions on chapters twelve and thirteen.
Chapters 14 & 15: A set of questions on chapters fourteen and fifteen.
Chapters 16 & 17: A set of questions on chapters sixteen and seventeen.
Chapters 18 & 19: A set of questions on chapters eighteen and nineteen.
Chapters 20 & 21: A set of questions on chapters twenty and twenty one.
Chapters 22 & 23: A set of questions on chapters twenty two and twenty three.
Chapters 24 & 25: A set of questions on chapters twenty four and twenty five.
Chapters 26 & 27: A set of questions on chapters twenty six and twenty seven.
Chapters 28 & 29: A set of questions on chapters twenty eight and twenty nine.
Chapters 30 & 31: A set of questions on chapters thirty and thirty one.
Childhood 1: A list of comparisons to consider on the topic of childhood (Really aimed at KS5 and also available in the Jane Eyre directory in KS5).
Characters: A list of characters and a diagram to complete.
Important events: A set of cards with important events from the novel and suggestions for use.
Key quotations table: A table for recording quotations on key themes and characters. Best photocopied onto A3.
Language Focus: A presentation on exploring and understanding how Harper Lee uses language and structure to develop character and theme.
Language Focus 2: Presentation on exploring and analysing language and structure.
Main male adult characters: A diagram to be completed on Atticus, Bob Ewell, Tom Robinson and Boo Radley.
Respect for Atticus: A graph to show the respect various characters have for Atticus. Needs to either be photocopied onto A3 or shown to students as an example before they draw their own versions on large sheets of paper.
Revision 1: Display or print on A3. Students make as many connections as possible between the themes, using quotations to prove they are right.
Scout 1: A presentation on Scout as a narrator and character.
The Amazing Quiz 1: 69 questions on the first 10 chapters.
The Dog: Twelve questions on the events in chapter 10.
Two live oaks: A list of items the children find and associated questions.
English Language CA TKAM 1: The first lesson on To Kill a Mockingbird for an English Language Controlled Assessment.
English Language CA TKAM 2: The second lesson on To Kill a Mockingbird for an English Language Controlled Assessment.
English Language CA TKAM 3: The third lesson on To Kill a Mockingbird for an English Language Controlled Assessment.
TKAM 1: A question on To Kill a Mockingbird.
Miss Caroline: A presentation on Miss Caroline in chapter 2 of To Kill a Mockingbird.