Choose one of the following options to demonstrate your understanding of part 1. Video: Create a video that shows an alternative ending or an alternative scene that would have changed the course of To Kill a Mockingbird. 3. The big genres I did were an interview with Harper Lee, a book review of the novel, and three songs that relate to the book. Apr 27, 2018 - Explore hmom12's board "to kill a mockingbird", followed by 243 people on Pinterest. Rich Text Format (54 KB) Product Description. Grade Levels. Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit ‘em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” -Atticus Finch Enrichment Project TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Project Choose one of the projects below. The only problem with me and creative projects, however, is I'm not very creative (art is stick figures to me). Collage: On a sheet of poster board, make a collage that represents a theme, character, or an event in the story. To Kill a Mockingbird Research Topics Life for Blacks in the South after the Civil War 1) Jim Crow Laws: Their History, Guiding Policies, and Impact on Blacks a) Explain what Jim Crow Laws were and how, where, and why they originated.
The forces of good and evil in To Kill a Mockingbird seem larger than the small Southern town in which the story takes place. See more ideas about To kill a mockingbird, Killing, Atticus finch.
Setting plays an important part in this story.
Like the Finches: Scout, her brother Jem, and their father Atticus. To Kill a Mockingbird Characterization Collage Project. The amount of effort each student appears to have put into the project will be taken into consideration. one page, double spaced paper explaining the theme, character, or event that you have visually presented in your collage. Racism Collage; To Kill A Mockingbird: The Movie; Boo Radley's friendship; I did a variety of different genres for my To Kill A Mockingbird genre project. We're suppose to create a movie poster, collage, diorama, etc.
They will be graded on how well they illustrate the novel in regard to theme, characterization, plot, and setting. Illustrate a section of text that helps you picture the setting of this story. To Kill A Mockingbird Enrichment Project Choices “I’d rather you shot at tin cans in the back yard, but I know you’ll go after birds. Harper Lee spends a great deal of time describing the setting.
The book: To Kill a Mockingbird. Subject.
Type a . Literature. Few people move in, fewer move out, so it's just the same families doing the same things for generation after generation.
2 Ratings. File Type. Several guards confirmed that they saw Tom break into a “blind, raving charge” straight towards the fence during the prisoners’ exercise period and attempted to climb the fence. To Kill a Mockingbird - Creative Project?
9 th, 10 th, 11 th, 12 th. about the book. Preview. Your project must include your name, class period, and an Resource Type. Lee adds drama and atmosphere to her story by including a number of Gothic details in the setting and the plot. To Kill a Mockingbird Part 1 Project. The video must include an introduction with characters and an established setting. The guards say that they called to him and warned him several times, even firing warning shots into the air before taking aim at Tom and firing to kill. The place: Maycomb, Alabama, finalist for Most Boring Town in America.