To Kill A Mockingbird
by Harper Lee Reading and Understanding the Novel |
"--there is one institution that makes a pauper the equal of a Rockefeller, the stupid man the equal of an Einstein, and the ignorant man the equal of any college president. That institution, gentlemen, is a court." Atticus Finch, Chapter. 20
Novel Projects--Choose two
TChoices: choose any two
- A character study of one of the main characters.
- A letter from one character to another.
- A newspaper article.
- A poem for two voices using two of the characters in the novel, or one character and something else.
- Another kind of poem.
- An obituary or a eulogy.
- A comic strip that illustrates a major event from the novel. Use a comic strip from a Sunday newspaper as an example of how to set up the title, the drawings and the character's voices. You will need to scan this in. Ask for a template for the comic sterip
- A monologue from one of the main characters that reveals his or her feelings about an event from the novel.
- A fictionalized journal entry (from the perspective of one of the characters).
- A Fable (a story that teaches a lesson; often uses animals)