To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide by Andrew Clausen
To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 15
To Kill a Mockingbird: Progeny Press Study Guide
To Kill a Mockingbird is set in s Alabama. Scout and Jem Finch witness prejudice and the struggle for true justice in the depression-era South when their father--a lawyer--defends a black man accused of rape. Progeny Press Study Guides provide teachers, parents, and students with literary analysis based upon the foundation of the Bible. Examining well-written literature in relation to biblical standards, students will develop and refine how they deal with man's philosophies while learning about the craft of writing. Progeny Press Study Guides deal with literature as works of art and philosophy as they explain and use literary terms; deal with plot construction; dig into character studies; and bring attention to themes and ideas the author has crafted. Easy-to-use lessons include vocabulary, comprehension, analysis and critical thinking exercises, questions on related Biblical principles, activities, and a complete answer key.
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The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site. A heart-wrenching and touching coming-of-age tale set in the s South, poisoned by bigotry and racism. Scout will witness her father, a white lawyer, defy public opinion to defend a black man falsely accused of rape. In the sleepy southern town of Maycomb, Alabama, Scout Finch and her brother Jem revel in the glory days of childhood, trading stories and superstitions with Dill Harris, the imaginative nephew of their neighbor.
Author: Andrew Clausen Publisher: Progeny Press; loose-leaf format in clear-front presentation folder Ages: Grade: High School Progeny Press Study Guides provide teachers, parents, and students with questions and comparisons from the firm, and timeless, foundation of the Bible. Their study guides deal with literature as works of art and philosophy; explain and use literary terms, and deal with plot construction; dig into why the characters act, believe, and feel as they do and examine what the Bible says in similar circumstances. Easy-to-use lessons include vocabulary exercises, comprehension and analysis, critical thinking, questions on related Biblical principles, activities, plus a complete answer key. It won the Pulitzer Prize, has been translated into more than forty languages, sold more than thirty million copies worldwide, and been made into an enormously popular movie. The quiet heroism of Atticus Finch and the honesty of his children Jem and Scout as they face prejudice in the American South of the s still ring true. Home Log In. Arts Through Lit.