To Kill a Mockingbird unit sheet
C Layer (45 points
verbally assessed for each activity in this layer that
you choose to complete. Complete at least one activity from
each of the C level areas below. You must complete this layer
before moving on to the next.
not know, look up their definitions and create flash
cards. Learn them.
Be sure to include a word bank.
2. Create a time line that includes 20 main events 15 _________ ________
in To Kill a Mockingbird.
3.Complete a Cause and Effect Organizer. On a 15 _________ ________
plain sheet of paper, draw three columns and label them
as follows: Cause of, Event, and Effect of. Record 15
events with respective causes and effects.
1. Complete the outline
study guide for the novel. 15 _________ ________
and creatively incorporate 10 literary elements
evident in the story. Bonus: Set it to music for the
enjoyment of the class.
literary elements from the story. Make sure it is
neat and that you can
explain each element.
B Layer (30 points
one of the activities below. You will be assessed using the
rubric particular to your choice.
the narrator comes to a moral understanding
about the world. Be sure to keep the
narration in first-person point of view, use
dialogue, and correctly incorporate and
underline ten vocabulary
that covers the background of Maycomb
and Tom Robinson, as well as the details
of his case and trail. Be sure your writing
has the tone of an article. Incorporate and
underline 10 vocabulary words.
the story of To Kill a Mockingbird. Be sure
the pictures and words leave no gaps in the
storyline. Make sure the language and
illustrations are appropriate for your audience.
Incorporate and underline
10 vocabulary words.
A Layer (25 points possible). First, draft your opinion. Then find two current,
reliable articles that can be used to support your opinion. Summarize and create a bibliography for each article. Now develop your opinion using information from both articles for support. Be sure your final writing piece is typed, a minimum of 400 words, and gives credit to your sources through parenthetical citation.
Proofread and edit your final draft. Turn in the following:
_________final (typed) draft with parenthetical citations
_________“A” level sheet
completed (bibliography and summary for each article)
Choose one question to answer:
2. What causes people to be good or evil? 25 _________ ________
3. Are class distinctions/ social divisions 25 _________ ________
a good or bad thing?