Launching To Kill A Mockingbird: Establishing Reading Routines (Chapter 1)

Scholars use a Story Impressions Note-catcher to capture their first impressions of words or phrases from To Kill a Mockingbird. They then listen to a reading of the first six pages of the novel before the teacher asks questions to check for understanding. Finally, leaders carry out a Think-Pair-Share activity to cement understanding.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Discuss the importance of neat and proper note taking while reading
Classroom Considerations

  • Installment eight of 19 in the series called Grade 8 ELA Module 2A, Unit 1
  • Expects students complete lessons in order

  • Includes teacher notes to assist instruction
  • Offers ideas to meet the needs of struggling students

  • None
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