Monthly Archives: March 2015

TKAM Socratic Seminar for Ch. 3

For tomorrow, please complete the Socratic Seminar for Chapter 3.

TKAM seminar Ch 3

Helpful Links for Mockingbird

For a comprehensive list of characters, settings, symbols, themes, etc. and a synopsis of each scene:

For vocabulary support in the text:
This Chart Board visualizes all of To Kill a Mockingbird‘s themes and plot points on one page. It’s also the “front page” for the rest of this LitChart, making it easy to view and navigate to the Themes and Summary & Analysis sections:

Seeded Text Of To Kill a Mockingbird

This “seeded” edition of To Kill a Mockingbird  includes “seeds” of information about vocabulary, factual references, and phrasing that may have been more understood in the 1960’s when the novel was written.  In the 21st Century, however, some of these words and phrases are not so clearly understood and could make comprehension of the text more difficult.  Additionally, words and phrases can have multiple meanings.  Therefore, “seeds” of explanation are included here to focus the reader on Harper Lee’s contextual meaning in To Kill a Mockingbird.  This contextual meaning is found in parentheses and brackets as noted in the key that follows.

Seeded text for TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (3)

Audio Version of Mockingbird

If you need to listen to portions of the text, here are the links to the audio versions of To Kill a Mockingbird.

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Mockingbird Chs. 1-3

Please read chapters 1, 2, and 3 in To Kill a Mockingbird for Monday. We will have a quick quiz just to check for completion.

Period Seven Only!

Please follow this link to complete your “homework” from the student lesson today.