Mockingbird Passage Analysis Final Draft
May
20
5:00 AM05:00

Mockingbird Passage Analysis Final Draft

You are expected to write a rough draft that addresses the following prompt:

Your assignment is to write a passage analysis of a key coming-of-age scene from To Kill a Mockingbird. After annotating the text to analyze Harper Lee’s use of literary elements in your selected passage, write an essay explaining how the literary elements in this passage help develop a theme of the novel.

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Mockingbird Passage Analysis Rough Draft
May
16
5:00 AM05:00

Mockingbird Passage Analysis Rough Draft

You are expected to write a rough draft that addresses the following prompt:

Your assignment is to write a passage analysis of a key coming-of-age scene from To Kill a Mockingbird. After annotating the text to analyze Harper Lee’s use of literary elements in your selected passage, write an essay explaining how the literary elements in this passage help develop a theme of the novel.

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TKaM Key Scene Annotated
May
13
5:00 AM05:00

TKaM Key Scene Annotated

As we approach our essay for Mockingbird, we need to begin selecting scenes that are instrumental in the coming of age of our characters. The prompt itself expects the following:

“[W]rite a passage analysis of a key coming-of-age scene from To Kill a Mockingbird. After annotating the text to analyze Harper Lee’s use of literary elements in your selected passage, write an essay explaining how the literary elements in this passage help develop a theme of the novel.”


While you are not yet writing the essay itself now, our homework for this week asks that you select and annotate the scene that will be central to the essay you will soon write.

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TKaM Trial Graphic Organizer
May
2
5:00 AM05:00

TKaM Trial Graphic Organizer

During the trial of Tom Robinson (ch 17-21), you are to keep exhaustive detail of the testimony of Tate, Mr. Ewell, Mayella, and Tom. For each, you will attempt to identify what really happened and what did not, as well as who is reliable as a witness (and why). For this purpose, you will use the graphic organizer on the back of this homework sheet.

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Prepared to Perform!
Mar
4
5:30 AM05:30

Prepared to Perform!

We will be scheduling our acting schedule (one performance per day beginning Wednesday, March 6th), so your group must be prepared to perform. This means all props, costumes, lines, sound effects, background images, and other details are ready.



Goals are to demonstrate a command of the text of Romeo and Juliet and the interpretation of that text by collaborating, planning, and practicing to achieve the desired interpretation of the group and director.

Exemplary Work will show creativity and cooperation in the interpretation with control over the language of the text.

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