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to kill a mockingbird

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to kill a mockingbird
table of content
1). What is To Kill a Mocking bird
2). Setting
3). 4 lessons learned
4). Characters
What is to Kill a Mockingbird?
- Growing up
- People
- Life
- Segregation
-1930- 1935

-Maycomb County, Alabama

- Winter,Spring,Summer and Fall
Table of contents


What is to kill a Mockingbird?
1) What is to kill a Mockingbird?
2. What is To Kill a Mockingbird?
3. Main Characters
6. 4 lessons
6. Characters
- Growing up

- People/Prejudice

- Bravery

- Choices

- Understanding
Opinion
- Fantastic
- Captures innocence..
- Prejudice
4 Lessons
1. You can’t truly understand a person unless you put yourself into his/her shoes

2. Do not kill mockingbirds

3. Keep fighting even though you know you would lose

4. The world is unfair
Main Characters
*Protagonist*
Jean Louise Finch “Scout”
- Grows up..
- step into peoples shoes..
Author
Nelle Harper Lee
-Born April 28, 1926
-Monroe ville , Alabama

“People are people anywhere you put them,”

1950s, 1957, 1960.
1.Opinion
5. Genre & themes
Genre & Themes

-Coming-of-age, Social, Courtroom & Southern drama

Tone: Childlike, Humorous, nostalgic, innocent...increasingly dark, forboding, & Critical of society
Themes: Good & Evil , Moral education
8. Plot Diagram
Atticus Finch (Father)
- Fight...

Jeremy Atticus Finch “Jem”
- world is unfair..
-doesent understand..
Arthur Radley “Boo”
*Recluse
*Dominates imagination
*Child
*Mockingbird
*Good
Charles Baker Harris “Dill”
*Neighbor
*Fascinated
*Childhood innocence

Aunt Alexandra
*Strong-Willed
*Perfect southern lady
*Clash

Tom Robinson
-Accused
-Guilty

7. Term “Mockingbird”
Mockingbird


‘Shoot all the Bluejays you want, if you can hit ‘em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a Mockingbird. Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but . . . sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” - Atticus Finch

*innocents destroyed by evil
Fun Fact
Plot Diagram
1.
Preliminary Action
-introduce (Scout,Dill,Jem...etc)
-Someone elses shoes...
-Boo radley (info, game)
-act of generosity
2.
Conflict
- Atticus (Trial)
- Prejudice
- Scout
3.
Rising action
-Trial
-Truth
- Right & Wrong
-Color of skin/Truth of words
4.
Climax
- Guilty!
-Despite
-jem's belief...

5.
Falling Action
-Mr. Ewell
-Revenge
-Strikes
-Jem & Scout
6.
Resolution
-Boo
-...Climax
- 1 Lessons learned

Nelle Hrper Lee
-Presidental medal of freedom
-contribution
-literary
-struggle/equality
Character vs....
Character .vs. Self
-Scout -Atticus
Growing up Trial
Character .vs. Character
-Tom Robinson -Bob Ewell
Trial Lied
Character .vs. Society
-Tom Robinson -Boo Radley
-Maycomb County -Maycomb County
Calpurnia
*Cook
*...mother
*Black

The End
Arthur Radley “Boo”
- Dominates imagination
- Saves...
4. Favorite character
Favorite Character
Arthur Radley
“Boo”

-Judged...
-30-40 year old...child
- Presents\Good deeds
- 6ft...squirrels, cats...scar...yellow
rottem...eyes...drooled.
- Clearly not the case.

8.Ending
Ending...
-Confused
-perpose...
9. Relate a character
Scout
- My onw life...
- Experiences..
- Grow up...
-Innocence..
10. Why?
To kill a Mocking is...
-realise..
- Mockingbirds...tom..boo
- different...
-racism..
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