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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Observation

    As a supervisor, I learned a teacher can enhance a class’s learning experience simply by movement which stimulates student attentiveness. Although, the teachers I have observed are instructing via a cyber platform (Blackboard Collaborate), many parallels can be drawn between the cyber and brick and mortar settings. The observations of Teacher A (English 10: Chapter 12 To Kill a Mocking Bird Review) and Teacher B (English 10: Historical/Cultural Significance of To Kill a Mocking Bird) focused on what I call digital behavior. Both Teacher A and Teacher B make use of polling options (green check: yes/red x: no) in an effort to gage simple responses from students. Thus functioning similarly to a show of hands in the brick and mortar setting.…

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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Analysis

    Both The Secret Garden and To Kill a Mocking Bird are Bildungsromane. They narrate the psychological and moral growth of two young girls, Mary Lennox and Jean Louise Finch (Scout). The Secret Garden adapts a third person omniscient point of view approach where the narrator scrutinizes the characters, and narrates the story in a way that shows the readers that she has more knowledge about characters than they have knowledge about themselves. To Kill a Mocking Bird, on the other hand, is written…

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  • Symbols In To Kill A Mocking Bird

    Symbolism in To Kill a Mocking Bird Whether it be in literature or even shown in pictures, people use things to represent something with a deeper meaning and that’s called symbolism. In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” by author Harper Lee, various different themes or symbols are active throughout the book all directly or in some way being tied to the ultimate theme of the book, which is not being able to understand someone until you experience life from their point of view. The most…

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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Themes

    In the novel To Kill a Mocking Bird, written by Harper Lee, there are many themes that show significance to discuss about. The theme that is on mind happens to be “True bravery is when you keep on fighting and persevering even though you know that you cant win”.This theme is perhaps the most significant because it explains how Atticus Finch and Tom Robinson were fighting the trial to the end even though they new they had no chance to win the white jury. Jean Louis finch, also known as “Scout”,…

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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Book Report

    In this picture at my home, Bradly, stage 4 is typing a book report on the classic novel, To Kill a Mocking Bird. Reading to book boosted his fluency and vocabulary. Writing the report ensured another part of his literary development, comprehension. According to his lexile should be about 855L- 1165L. The book To Kill a Mocking Bird fits in that range (870L). Sadly, The Young Child carries no information for Bradly's developmental stage (4).…

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  • Analysis: To Kill A Mocking Bird

    In this section, I am basing my experience with observing Dr. Whitcomb when she taught preschoolers during class and my visit to the Child Development Center. It was an experience seeing a preschool setting right in front of us. It made me remember preschool as a kid. I did not remember my experiences that vividly with music in my preschool. This experience made me jog a lot of memories though of my self and watching my little brothers having music in the classroom. There were a lot of…

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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Quote Analysis

    one morning, my father, two friends and I went fishing in the inner coastal. Before we started fishing, I said to my dad that I’m going to catch the biggest fish today and he replied “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.” What my father meant by this was basically don’t push your luck unless you are certain that it’s going to happen. We were fishing for a good four hours and I hadn’t even gotten a bite; however, my dad caught three nice-sized fish. When we got back to the beach house, my…

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  • Theme Of Racism In To Kill A Mocking Bird

    In Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mocking Bird, a novel, 1960, racism in Maycomb Alabama is a very common occurring theme. Many people and families are affected by the way racism is used throughout the book and towards one another. Tom Robinson is a poor black man who dedicates all of his time into working and racism towards him changed his life. Although this theme was more popular in the time period of the 1900’s it is still a very big issue to this day. Some cases are brought to the extreme and are…

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  • Tkam To Kill A Mocking Bird Analysis

    Mockingbirds are known for their beautiful song and mimicking the tune of other birds. They don’t eat your flowers and nest in places that are inconvenient for people. There is no reason to kill these birds and that is why it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. So how does a lucid bird like this manage to recur in multiple characters in To Kill a Mockingbird (TKAM)? TKAM is narrated by an ten year old girl named Jean Louise Finch, or better known as Scout. She recounts the events leading up to how…

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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird Review

    The book that I will be reviewing is called To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. This book was originally published on July 11th, 1960 and became a big success upon its release, winning a Pulitzer prize immediately after its publishing. The book takes place around the era of depression and also during the times of when racial prejudice is still high at the time. This book got my attention as it discussed the life of everyday life in the eyes of a child in a racial society and I was intrigued by…

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