Academy award wining “To Kill A Mockingbird” this does not follow the book’s depth of conflict, but focuses on the theme of racism/prejudice as the main conflict. Gregory Peck is a perfect Atticus Finch
Please let me know when you are having your final discussion. Some of you have divided into 9, some 10. Green reflection sheets at the front, fill out and hand in with final set of notes.
Character Sketch paragraph- March 4th.
Choose a character from your novel (a main one), referring back to March 4th for documents and ppt (indirect/direct characterization, STEAL)
To be included in paragraph: quotes to support your topic sentence, connection to core competencies (at least 1), and evidence to show how character has changed due to circumstances in the story.
Group project will be introduced when discussions are completed.
“On Friday, June 7th after school in the library, an international debate coach will be coming to Riverside. All those interested in debate or argument techniques are welcome to attend. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills and get an introduction to the lucrative field of competitive high school debate. If you are interested in arguing for a purpose, we look forward to seeing you!”
Most groups will be having discussion 9 today. I will observe/listen in on your final discussion, please let me know when you want to begin.
When finished all notes, please complete a final reflection and hand in.
Character Sketch paragraph- choose a character from your novel (a main one), referring back to earlier in the semester (indirect/direct characterization, STEAL) write a character sketch paragraph.
Refer back to March 4th blog post regarding characterization. Your paragraph must connect at least 1 core competency to your character, and you should look at how that character grew/changed over the course of the novel.