This To Kill a Mockingbird: Character Development lesson plan also includes:
Readers of To Kill A Mockingbird are asked to select one child character and one adult character and examine how their views change over the course of the novel. In addition, groups search for evidence of how the events in the story reveal the tensions of the Civil Rights Era.
- The seventh in a 10-lesson unit focused on To Kill A Mockingbird
- The lessons would work best if used in order; however, most can be supplemented with additional activities
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- The activiies in the lesson enable readers to see how carefully Lee has structured her tale about prejudice and justice