To Kill a Mockingbird Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.9-10.5

Core Standard

To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel that is just under three-hundred pages that was written by Harper Lee The novel was published in 1960. The novel drives home the point that poverty has a big influence on a person's upward mobility. It also displays the concept of racism as a defensive mechanism to mask your own short comings. The mockingbird mentioned in the title is used to symbolize innocence. This book was published at time in history when the United States was experiencing a progressive movement in civil rights. Due to the timing, it resonated with the American culture and had a great level of relevance to readers. It also examines areas of gender inequality bringing issues to light for the book's audience. This collection of worksheets will help students dive deeper into the themes and events of this historical work.









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