To Kill A Mockingbird Lesson Plans

To Kill A Mockingbird Lesson Plans

Every year English classes across the country use lesson plans, worksheets, and printables for the classic novel To Kill A Mockingbird.  So here are a few lesson plans and worksheets you can find using Search PlanIt.

From Worksheets4Teachers, a Word Scamble Worksheet for To Kill A Mockingbird.  (Look under the ‘Reading’ title, To Kill A Mockingbird Scramble) is a great source of worksheets and printables for any subject.

Here is an interesting article from Suite 101 on using the Toulmin Model to teach To Kill A Mockingbird.  While not a direct lesson plan or printable, the article gives some excellent advice on creating effective lesson plans for the novel.

But don’t stop there, look at all the lesson plans, worksheets, and printables that Search PlanIt can find over the novel To Kill A Mockingbird.

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About the author

Curtis Cook By Curtis Cook

Curtis Cook has been a teacher in the Lee’s Summit School District for 12 years. He holds Missouri certification in Secondary Social Studies, Instrumental Music, and Business. He earned his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia. His Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction was awarded from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Curtis designed and currently instructs the nationally recognized International Studies program at Summit Technology Academy.



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