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To Kill A Mockingbird

Reflections of Learning

A comprehensive research project over the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird,

designed and completed by Mrs. Nelson's

Communication Arts classes.

Note to public-

This is a website that evolves under the care and efforts of hard working eighth grade students. As such, misspellings and grammatical errors will most likely be present on this site, but one of the goals of the site is to encourage students to take responsibility for authorship and to push themselves to constantly revise and edit these pages that are available for the public eye. I do review the site and will correct any incorrect information that I find, as well as make suggestions for editing, style, organization, and content. For the most part, I will rely on students to make those changes because this is effectively their website.

 

Soundtrack

Chapter 32

What happened next?

Signs of the Times

1930's Depression Collage

Signs of the Times

Civil Rights Collage

Book to Film

Contrast

Character Profiles Etiquette Manual

About the Author

Harper Lee and Monroe County, Alabama

Signs of the Times

1930's Alabama versus

1930's Kansas City

In the Courtroom

Trial Analysis

Quotes in Context

Connections

Poetry and Literature

Theme Quote Garden Women of TKAM

Censorship

To ban or not to ban?

Explorations

Works of Literature

mentioned in the novel

Connections

Art

Student Resources

Wiki Creation and Help Wiki student contract

Vocabulary

     

 

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