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To Kill a Mockingbird

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Lacey Caballero

on 6 April 2016

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Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird

Plot Analysis
State Your Group Theme
1. What does the author want the readers to understand?
2. What is the author's point of view or attitude about your particular theme.
Significant Figurative Language
1. Give an objective plot summary using the Freytag's model.
2. Identify the significant events that advance your assigned theme.

Significance of Setting
1. Explain the significance of the geographical location and/or historical context.
2. How does the setting impact the development of the theme?
1. Show a variety of quotes that connect to your
theme.
2. Identify the type of figurative language and explain the significance or meaning.
Symbolism
1. List the symbols found in the novel that connect to your theme.
2. Explain the significance of the symbol and its connection to your theme.
Character Analysis
1. Identify the characters that support or develop the assigned theme.
2. Provide insightful character descriptions.
-Within the description, identify each character as static or dynamic. If dynamic, explain how the characters develop.
3. Explain how each character helps to develop or enhance the assigned theme.
To Kill a Mockingbird
Theme Analysis

Topic Choices
1. Good and Evil
2. Prejudice
3. Growing Up
4. Courage
5. Justice
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