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To Kill a Mockingbird Review. Get out your notebook, study guide or a sheet of paper to take notes. Major Themes. Racial Justice Good –vs- evil Moral education Wallflower –vs- participant (in life) Roots of prejudice Class –vs- caste system.

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To kill a mockingbird review

To Kill a Mockingbird Review

Get out your notebook, study guide or a sheet of paper to take notes.


Major themes

Major Themes

  • Racial Justice

  • Good –vs- evil

  • Moral education

  • Wallflower –vs- participant (in life)

  • Roots of prejudice

  • Class –vs- caste system


Characters for quotes and character match 30 points

Characters for Quotes and Character Match (30 points)

  • Rose Aylmer

  • Miss Caroline

  • Boo Radley

  • Atticus Finch

  • Simon Finch

  • Bob Ewell

  • Link Deas

  • Aunt Alexandra


Characters for quotes and character match cont d

Characters for Quotes and Character Match (Cont’d)

  • Mrs. Merriweather

  • Dolphus Raymond

  • Walter Cunningham

  • Scout

  • Jem

  • Dill

  • Calpurnia

  • Stephanie Crawford


Characters for quotes and character match cont d1

Characters for Quotes and Character Match (Cont’d)

  • Miss Maudie

  • Heck Tate

  • Tim Johnson

  • Mayella Ewell

  • Tom Robinson

  • Reverend Sykes

  • Miss Rachel


Multiple choice 30 points tricky questions

Multiple Choice (30 points)Tricky Questions:

  • How many years does the story span?

  • Why did Atticus have Jem go to Mrs. Dubose’s home to read to her?

  • How did Atticus explain Mr. Cunningham’s actions at the jail?

  • When did Scout actually stand “in Boo’s shoes and walk around in them”?


Open ended 30 points

Open-ended (30 points)

You will have an essay on this exam. You will be able to choose from a list of essays and use your books if needed.

The essay will be three paragraphs (intro, body & conclusion). In your body paragraph, you must refer to details in the novel at least three times in order to support your essay topic.

You will be able to work on the essay a second day if you need it.


Open ended advanced 30 points

Open-ended Advanced (30 points)

You will have an essay on this exam. You will be able to choose from a list of essays and use your books if needed.

The essay will be five paragraphs (intro, three body paragraphs & conclusion). In your body paragraphs, you must use quotes from the novel at least three times in order to support your essay topic.

This essay is a take-home exam and will be handed in promptly upon your return to school the following day. Your ideas must be your own. If I suspect you of copying/mimicking ideas from another student, you will both receive no credit for the essay portion of the exam.


Good luck and good studying

Good Luck and Good Studying!

  • Use your study guide and notes from today to review the plot.

  • Use the character worksheet to review characters.

  • Remember—there is NO substitution for reading the novel! If you want an “A” you must WORK for it!

  • I will offer a study session today after school for any student who is interested.


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