“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
This timeless classic takes a look at some of the issues of the 1930’s through the innocent eyes of a young girl named Scout. Her adventures center around the neighborhood figure known as Boo Radley, whose urban legend claims is a monster, and a notorious trial shrouded in prejudice and bigotry. Scout embarks on an unforgettable, and sometimes hilarious journey that examines the difficult issues of racism and stereotyping during the Great Depression.
The Independent scholar presents a christian based study guide for the book “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. This Study includes:
- Reading comprehension questions
- Spelling/Vocabulary words
- Bible verses relevant to the story
- Many projects to choose from, including science, art, history, cooking, writing and more!
Each Independent Scholar study guide incorporates cultural and historical facts that are relevant to the book being studied. This study guide focuses on:
- The 1930’s (Jim Crow laws, the Great Depression, the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement.)
- Growing up/Innocence
- Southern lifestyles/food/plants
- The workings of the U.S. court system
- Symbolism & Idioms
This study guide is great for both individual and group use! It uses an easy lesson format that can be modified to fit all scheduling needs.
- 8.5″ x 11″ Glossy covered work book
- Grade level: 9th – 12th Grade
- Teaching duration: 2-3 months
- Number of lessons: 23
- Pages: 99
- Answer Guide: Free download with purchase of student work book.