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Mockingbird .Pz

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Gerd Prinzhorn

on 12 May 2013

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Transcript of Mockingbird .Pz

To Kill a Mockingbird Some posters,
the result of
students'
group
work ·characters: Atticus, Scout, Jem, Dill, Bob Ewell, Mayella Ewell (development)
·setting: representation of American South
·symbols: mockingbird, mad dog, others
·point of view: effect
·prejudices and their consequences
·comparison: novel – film
·key scenes:
·the trial
·Atticus and the children versus the lynch mob Some Important Aspects 1. Scout and Jem meet Dill, the story of Boo
2. Scout's first day at school
3. The rest of Scout's school day
4. Unexpected presents and new approaches to Boo
5. Miss Maudie
6. Night adventure
7. More presents
8. Winter, Miss Maudie's house burns down
9. Foreshadowing of the trial
10. Mad dog incident
11. Miss DuBose dies
12. At black service
13. Aunt Alexandra
14. Tension within the family
15. The lynch mob
16. The morning of the trial
17. Mr. Tate and Bob Ewell
18. Mayella
19. Tom Robinson
20. Atticus' plead
21. Tom Robinson's sentence
22. Bob Ewell swears revenge
23. Family talking about last days' events
24. Hypocrisy of Maycomb's society
25. Reactions to Tom's death
26. More examples of hypocrisy
27. Halloween
28. Night attack
29. Scout's report
30. Atticus gives in to Sheriff's proposal
31. Scout takes Boo home The Chapters Themes Prejudice:
racial
social
gender Education:
Important to avoid prejudice Innocence:
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