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To Kill a Mockingbird

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Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird

Tuesday 2/5/13
Grab the glue-ins as always :) Only glue-in the opinionaire for now. Pick four questions to answer and write them down in your WNB. More than just yes or no! We will turn and talk after 5-7 minutes.
Get the reading schedule too!
Three Part Story Structure: TKM
Section 1: Ch 1-6
Section 2: Ch 7-14
Section 3: Ch 15-end
Chapter 1

Battle of Hastings : Decisive battle in the Norman Conquests of England in 1066

Cornwall : a country at the southwest tip of England

Flivver : Model-T Ford

John Wesley : (1702-1791) founder of the Methodist Church

Merlin: King Arthur’s advisor, prophet and magician

No money to buy it with : Great Depression

Nothing to fear but fear itself : President F. D. Roosevelt’s first Inaugural Address

Stumphole whiskey : bootleg whiskey hidden in the holes of tree stumps
Allusions
Vocabulary
assuaged
dictum
human chattels
impotent
taciturn
impudent
malevolent
http://www.60secondrecap.com/library/to-kill-a-mockingbird/2/
1. What do you learn in this chapter about Maycomb, Atticus Finch and his family?
Chapter 1 Questions
2. What do you learn about Dill's character?
3. What, briefly, has happened to Arthur “Boo” Radley.
4.Why does the Radley place fascinate Scout, Jem and Dill?
5. What do you notice about the narrative voice and viewpoint in the novel?
Wednesday 2/6/13
In your WNB visually illustrate a character or a scene. Make it as detailed as possible ONLY using details you found from the text.
TASK
Grab the glue-ins :) Glue 'em in!
Wednesday Exit Slip:
Pick two vocabulary words and define them in your WNB. Come up with two synonyms for each.
(5)
(5)
(5)
Glue-ins
Chapter 2
Allusions
"Jem
condescended
to take me to school the first day...(p. 20)."
"...they wore
cunning
little clothes...(p. 21)."
"I never deliberately learned to read, but somehow I had been
wallowing illicitly
in the daily papers(p. 22)."
"Entailment was only a part of Mr. Cunningham's
vexations
(p. 25)."
"My
sojourn
in the corner was a short one (p. 26)."
Ch. 2 Vocabulary
"...reading was just something that just to came me, as learning to fasten the seat of my union suit without looking around...(p. 22)."
union suit:
a one-piece garment of underwear with a buttoned flap in the back. See a picture of a union suit.


" 'He read in a book where I was a Bullfinch instead of a Finch (p. 22).' "

Bullfinch:
an allusion to Bulfinch's Mythology, a famous collection of Greek myths. Jem is kidding, of course, but his reference to Bullfinch's Mythology is another indication of how much of a reader Scout has always been.

"...the diaries of Lorenzo Dow...(p. 22)."
Diaries of Lorenzo Dow:
Lorenzo Dow (1777 - 1834) was a Methodist preacher who travelled throughout the country, including the state of Alabama.


" 'Here's a quarter,' she said to Walter. 'Go and eat downtown today (p. 24).' "

Here's a quarter:
If a quarter doesn't seem like enough, remember that, during this portion of the Great Depression, a nickel bought a loaf of bread, a movie was a dime, and gasoline could be had for sixteen cents a gallon.
Chapter 2 Questions
Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school?
Why doesn't Miss Caroline handle her classroom effectively?
Nothing to fear but fear itself
History Connection: The reference to “nothing to fear but fear itself” is an allusion to FDR’s inaugural speech given on March 4, 1933. The beginning of his address is copied below. Closely read this passage for important details and connections to TKM.

I am certain that my fellow Americans expect that on my induction into the Presidency I will address them with a candor and a decision which the present situation of our people impel. This is preeminently the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly. Nor need we shrink from honestly facing conditions in our country today. This great Nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper. So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance… I am convinced that you will again give that support to leadership in these critical days.
In such a spirit on my part and on yours we face our common difficulties. They concern, thank God, only material things. Values have shrunken to fantastic levels; taxes have risen; our ability to pay has fallen; government of all kinds is faced by serious curtailment of income; the means of exchange are frozen in the currents of trade; the withered leaves of industrial enterprise lie on every side; farmers find no markets for their produce; the savings of many years in thousands of families are gone.
More important, a host of unemployed citizens face the grim problem of existence, and an equally great number toil with little return. Only a foolish optimist can deny the dark realities of the moment. […]
Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort. The joy and moral stimulation of work no longer must be forgotten in the mad chase of evanescent profits. These dark days will be worth all they cost us if they teach us that our true destiny is not to be ministered unto but to minister to ourselves and to our fellow men..
Thursday 2/7/13
FYI:
Jem: 10yrs
Scout: 6yrs
Dill: 7yrs
Page 6!
http://www.60secondrecap.com/library/to-kill-a-mockingbird/3/
Get
ALL
glue-ins. Only paste in the Ch. 1 synopsis. After you paste it in, use it as a model for your own synopsis of Ch. 2. Be thorough!
Monday 2/11/13
Chapter 3-4
10:32 Chapter 4
Dewey continually argues that education and learning are social and interactive processes, and thus the school itself is a social institution through which social reform can and should take place. In addition, he believed that students thrive in an environment where they are allowed to experience and interact with the curriculum, and all students should have the opportunity to take part in their own learning.
Dewey Decimal System
: A system for organizing books in libraries devised by Melvil Dewey. Contrary to what Jem tells Scout, this Dewey has nothing to do with
John Dewey
, a theorist of progressive education.
Happy Monday!
Free writes out and ready!

Take a
double page
opening in your WNB and glue-in all six of your character squares. There are scissors at the front if you need them. Make sure to leave plenty of space around them so you can draw lines between them to make connections.
Make sure you're tracking your theme quotes!
Malevolent (8)
Erratic (29)
Contemptuous
Diminutive (32)
Amiable (34)
Melancholy (44)
Auspicious (37)
Benign (46)
Morbid (48)
Benevolent (48)
Ensuing (55)
Malignant (60)
Impotent (8)
Section 1 Vocabulary
" First of all," he said, "if you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you'll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view--
"Sir?"
"--until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
Point of View
Section 1 Recap
• What does Scout think of current fashions in education?

• Why do the children make Boo's story into a game?

• What might be the cause of the laughter from inside the house?

Chapter 5
• Describe Miss Maudie Atkinson? How typical is she of Maycomb's women? What do the children
think of her?

• What does Miss Maudie tell Scout about Boo? How does this compare with what Scout already
believes?

• Scout claims that “Dill could tell the biggest ones ” (lies) she ever heard. Why might Dill have told
such lies?

• What reasons does Atticus give for the children not to play the Boo Radley game? Do you think
he is right? Why?

Chapter 6
• Why does Scout disapprove of Jem's and Dill's plan of looking in at one of the Radleys' windows?

• What does Mr. Nathan Radley know about the intruders in his garden? Why does Miss Stephanie refer to a “negro” over whose head Mr. Nathan has fired?

• Why does Dill's explanation of Jem's state of dress almost land him in trouble?
Tuesday 2/12/13
Yay Tuesday!
This morning pick three vocab words to define and find synonyms for. After that write three new sentences including your three new words.

Place your
"Shoe Point of View"
assignments in the basket.
Pick up close read.
Malevolent (8)
Erratic (29)
Contemptuous
Diminutive (32)
Amiable (34)
Melancholy (44)
Auspicious (37)
Benign (46)
Morbid (48)
Benevolent (48)
Ensuing (55)
Malignant (60)
Impotent (8)
Wednesday 2/12/13
Grab the handout!
Get out your summary draft in your WNB and I will come around to check it as soon as we get started with the quiz. After the quiz it's indie reading TKM and finishing up work from yesterday and finishing up your quotes.
Thursday 2/14/13
Happy Valentine's Day!
Grab the glue-in and begin to answer the questions in your WNB. Look back into Chapters 7 and 8 to answer the questions on the symbolism of Jem's snowman and Miss Maudie's fire.
State Bird:
Florida
Arkansas
Mississippi
Texas
Rhode Island
South Dakota
How do these Eminem lyrics relate to our discussion on Mockingbirds? What would Atticus Finch say about them? Does the symbol of a Mockingbird carry the same meaning?

Daddy's gonna buy you a mockingbird

I'mma give you the world

I'mma buy a diamond ring for you

I'mma sing for you

I'll do anything for you to see you smile

And if that mockingbird don't sing and that ring don't shine

I'mma break that birdie’s neck

I'll go back to the jeweler who sold it to ya

And make him eat every carat don't mess with dad (haha)
Who is a mockingbird?
What is the want?
What problems arise?
What is the character's world like?
What is the importance of POV?
What are conflicts or troubles?
Section 1 Debrief
FRIDAY 2/15/13
IT'S FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Part 2 of a fictional piece shows the characters living in the world. The action of the plot deepens the reader’s understanding of the characters. In the novel, the reader begins to understand multiple layers of the plot. As you accumulate details about how the main character interacts with other characters, consider what this shows about the main character.
Chapter 10: 20:45
Chapter 11: 46:35
Get the Glue-in and start a new section in your WNB for Section 2 of the novel. Find one quote from Chapters 8 or 9 and put it in your log
Section 1
Section 2
Chapters 10-15 Summaries
Each group will be assigned a chapter. Your group must construct a ten sentence summary of your specific chapter
.
Now cut your summary down to five sentences.
Cut the summary down one more time to form only one sentence.
Write the summary on your group's write board. Rotate groups and copy down each sentence into your WNB.
Tim Johnson
Session 8
Monday
Welcome back! :) Get three character squares from the basket and add them to your character tree. Fill out the character square and connect them to other characters on your tree.
2/25/13
Tuesday
Today is your quiz! Get out WNB and make sure you have your chapter summary. Pick one member of your group to write your chapter summary on the white board. Copy down into your WNB.
2/26/13
Session 9
Students will build upon information, paying close attention to how characters interact with one another in Section 2.
"There really are no characters in plays; there are relationships. Where there are only characters and no relationships, we have an unsatisfactory play." --Arthur Miller
The reader learns something important about the main character when scrutinizing the way they talk, act, and think when with another character.
Chapter 16
What ‘subtle change’ does Scout notice in her father?
What sort of person is Dolphus Raymond?
How does Reverend Sykes help the children see and hear the trial? Is he right to do so?
Comment on Judge Taylor’s attitude to his job. Does he take the trial seriously or not?
Chapter 17
What are the main points in Heck Tate’s evidence? What does Atticus show in his cross-examination of Sheriff Tate?
What do we learn indirectly of the home life of the Ewell family in this chapter?
What do you learn from Bob Ewell’s evidence?
Why does Atticus ask Bob Ewell to write out his name? What does the jury see when he does this?
Chapter 18
Is Mayella like her father or different from him? In what ways?
What might be the reason for Mayella’s crying in the court?
How does Mayella react to Atticus’s politeness? Is she used to people being polite?
How well does Mr. Gilmer prove Tom’s guilt in the eyes of the reader (you) and in the eyes of the jury? Can you suggest why these might be different?
Chapter 21
What does Jem expect the verdict to be? Does Atticus think the same?
What is unusual about how long it takes the jury to reach a verdict? Is the verdict predictable or not?
As Scout waits for the verdict, she thinks of earlier events. What are these and how do
they remind us of the novel’s central themes?
Chapter 19
What made Tom visit the Ewell’s house in the first place?
Why does Scout think that Mayella Ewell was “the loneliest person in the world”?
In your own words explain Mayella’s relationship with her father.
How does Dill react to this part of the trial? Why is this, in your opinion?
Chapter 20
Scout says that ‘Mr. Dolphus Raymond was an evil man’. Is she right?
In most states of the USA people who drink alcohol in public places are required to hide their bottle in a paper bag. Why does Dolphus Raymond hide Coca-Cola in a bag?
What, according to Atticus, is the thing that Mayella has done wrong?
Explain, in your own words, Atticus’s views on people’s being equal.
Thursday
Get your glue-in! :)

Finish copying down the character relationship chart for Calpurnia and Scout.
2/27/13
Session 10
What are the problems the main character faces?
Readers learn about characters through the problems they face. Readers use this knowledge to predict what will happen in the end of the novel. They focus their theories through discussion with other readers and examination of their own thinking.
Predict three actions or choices the character might make to deal with his/her problem.
Chapter 15
How do Scout's relationships with others affect her? Them?
Model: Of Mice and Men
Atticus Jem Scout
Step 1:
Step 2:
The revealing of the problem
What is one problem one character faces after Chapter 21?
What do these actions REVEAL about our character?
Character Relationship Expository Paragraph
Friday
Grab another Character Relationship Analysis sheet. Complete this individually getting two quotes from ONE part of the novel.
3/1/13
DUE: Section 2 quotations
2 Free Writes
HW: Complete WNB draft of char. relat. paragraph
Read to Ch. 23
Friday
Grab a "summary paragraph" glue-in off the podium!
3/8/13
DUE: Section 3 Quotes & Questions
HW: Two Free Writes :)
TKM Literary Essay
TKM Summary
Plot Summary:Your plot summary should be 3-5 sentences long.
Things you should have:
•Character names
•Conflict (What was the problem in the story?
•Resolution (How was the problem solved?)
•Important Events, geared towards what you think you may want to prove in your paper

Things you should leave out:
•Descriptions
•Dialogue and quotes
Monday
Get your comma glue-in! Good writers are able to utilize specific grammar points (like commas!) to enhance meaning in their writing.
3/11/13
DUE: 2 Free Writes
HW: Thematic Statement Glue-in
Finish up Section 3 Quotes and Qs!
Tuesday
Get your comma glue-in and start working on our next AAAWUBBIS gift. Grab TWO thesis statements and put them in your WNB.
3/12/13
DUE: 2 Free Writes, thesis statement
HW: ONE polished claim with 2 quotes to support it
Wednesday
AAAWUBBIS gift #3! Just do five :)
Glue in the thesis glue in and model paragraph.
3/13/13
DUE: ONE polished claim
HW: Thesis Paragraph
FRIDAY
HAPPY FRIDAY!
Get the Connected Example glued in and be ready to go!
3/15/13
DUE: Thesis Par DRAFT (wnb)
HW: Free Writes (2)
Monday
Grab the FANBOYS glue-in and we'll jump right in this morning.
3/18/13
DUE: 2 Free Writes, Rewrites
HW: CE WNB Draft
Tuesday
No glue-ins :) Today we will write out seven sentences using ALL FANBOY words!
3/19/13
DUE: 2 Free Writes, Rewrites
HW: CE WNB Draft
Wednesday
Pick your favorite color out of the basket. Then get into your designated groups. We're speed editing today!
3/20/13
DUE: CE WNB Draft
HW: None :)
Dead Verbs
Dead Verbs- lets us know an action has taken place, but it doesn’t provide a detailed picture of the action.
Dead Verbs suck the life out of writing, making it boring and bland.
Is
Am
Are
Have
Had
Has
Be
Been
Was
Do
Did
Was
Look
Were
Take
Took
Went
Go
Ran
Run
Make
Come
Rewrite your sentence with a new word that "paints a picture" in the reader's mind. (Get it, PAINTS a picture?! hehe)
Revision Groups
Each person will get three minutes to edit their draft with their group members. When time is called, you must move on to the next member of the group.

Make sure you are filling out those sheets as you go along.
Prediction Write: See, Think, Wonder
In your WNB's, complete a "STW" to predict what OMAM could be about. You should complete at least 3 STW's. Remember to look at text features (font, color, size).
Example:
1. I see the outline of a young boy/girl on the first cover looking up to a tree.
I think think a big event in the story could involve a child falling out of a tree.
I wonder what he or she is holding and how it affects the story?
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