Annotations for To Kill a Mockingbird

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Directions. Annotate for the following items while reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Annotation means to take notes AND highlight the key elements. Make connections to your reading by adding a perspective or insight to the reading. Make connections to your own life to create a relationship with tex - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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1. Annotations for To Kill a Mockingbird

2. Directions Annotate for the following items while reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Annotation means to take notes AND highlight the key elements. Make connections to your reading by adding a perspective or insight to the reading. Make connections to your own life to create a relationship with text.

3. Requirements for annotating Themes-Explain how the quotes demonstrate the theme. Irony-How is the quote ironic? What is the author’s purpose for the irony? What type of irony is demonstrated? Diction- Define words or slang; explore why the author chooses a particular word versus another word. Imagery-Why this image? What literary elements develop the image? Characterization of important characters Archetypes-Refer to your archetype sheet.

4. Requirements Themes- Find TWO quotes for each of the following themes. (The quotes should be from different parts of the novel.)

5. Themes Prejudice vs. Tolerance Perspective/ Point of View Loss of Innocence Morality vs. Ethics Justice and Judgment

6. Annotations Diction- Minimum of 2 per chapter Imagery-Minimum of 2 per chapter Irony- 3 for Part I and 3 for Part II Characterization-As characters are introduced and discussed throughout the novel Archetypes-5 for Part I and 5 for Part II Literary Elements- 5 for Part I and 5 for Part II

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