To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a profound and poignant exploration of racial injustice, moral growth, and the loss of innocence in the Deep South during the 1930s. Through the eyes of the young narrator, Scout Finch, readers experience the impact of profound social issues as her father, Atticus Finch, strives to defend a wrongfully accused Black man. This topic pack enables students to vividly recreate and delve into the novel’s critical scenes, fostering a deeper understanding of its themes through visual and interactive storytelling. Activities included in the pack encourage students to identify and analyze internal and external conflicts, explore complex character traits, and dissect the mood and tone set by Lee’s narrative. Apply the keyword #To Kill a Mockingbird to access all content from this pack in the Comic Maker, providing a dynamic tool for engaging with this iconic work of American literature.

Curriculum Connections:

  • Springboard ELA (6-12) — Springboard, Grade 9 Unit 4.
  • Study Sync ELA (6-12) — StudySync, Grade 9 Unit 1.
  • Into Literature (6-12) — Into Literature, Grade 9, Unit 2.