To Kill A Mockingbird Be Taught In Schools

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Everyone has heard of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and everyone needs to read it. The easiest and best place to learn in depth about To Kill a Mockingbird is in class, so why would people want to take away from a great learning opportunity? To Kill a Mockingbird is a must read for all students.

To begin To Kill a Mockingbird should continue to be taught in school because It teaches many valuable life lessons. For example, on page 119 when Miss Maudie Tells Scout and Jem That it is a sin to kill a mockingbird.”Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They don’t eat people's gardens, don’t nest in cornrids, They don't do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. Thats why its a sin to kill a mockingbird.“ This quote shows us that it's
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For example,The declaration of human rights and the declaration of independance. Most teenagers nowadays are worried more about real world things for example their human rights. If someone were to ask a random teenager what their human rights are they probably wouldn't be able to name of more than 5. Lots of people view this as a problem because we are all human but we have no clue what our rights are. Another reason this novel should not be taught in school any more is because many people believe that bringing up past mistakes will not improve the future. On the contrary they would be wrong because we now learn in depth about our basic human rights. Bringing up past mistakes will only improve the future because we don't want to repeat the past. Most people learn from their mistakes. If To Kill a Mockingbird was not taught in school we would miss out on a lot of learning opportunities. Schools are adapting to what teenagers want to learn. For example some classes go over all the basic human rights and most english classes cover important pieces of

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