Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Objective: Students will begin thinking about how Scout was indirectly characterized in the first two chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird.
What students will learn: Learning about characters is similar to learning about people in real life.
1. Students should head to Classroom and open the assignment titled Introduction to Indirect Characterization. We will go through the information in the assignment together, and then students will begin completing the sheet to identify how Scout was indirectly characterized.
FOLLOW-UP: Complete the indirect characterization sheet for block day. Be prepared for independent reading in class on block day. If you would like to continue reading Mockingbird, go for it, but be sure you are continuing to annotate, identify unfamiliar vocabulary, etc.