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Questions

Page history last edited by maureen lafleche 12 years, 8 months ago

Introduction

What is reading a novel without asking driving and guiding questions to get your students thinking.  Running out of time to create questions for your students?  Check out the following websites to view questions that are related to the novel TKAM. 

 

  1. This is a Web based project that was created by Hogue from Sheboygan Falls School District.  The link to the School district is no longer active but the Web based project is very well done.  The project consists of two main parts:  an annotated list of some websites that pertain to the novel TKAM and 'mulitgenre hypertext essay' that the students need to create. 
  2. Check out Ms. Conn from the Information Technology High School in New York, individual chapter questions from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird.  There are several short answer questions for each chapter. 
  3. © Andrew Moore, 2001; universalteacher@bigfoot.com has created chapter by chapter questions for the novel TKAM.  These questions can be answered individually by students or used to promote discussion in your classroom.
  4. SparkNotes outlines three study and seven essay questions that can be used to promote class discussions or used as an assessment tool.  

 

 

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