Literature 50: Themes of Social Justice in “To Kill A Mockingbird”–Empathy, Perspective, Taking a Stand

Students discuss themes of social justice in Harper Lee’s novel, “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

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Teacher Tool 577: Arts Integration Activity--Expressing Understanding Through Drama or a Graphic Novel

Use this Teacher Tool with the videos listed below to give students an opportunity to share their understanding of concepts they have learned from the videos through the creation of a dramatic scene or graphic novel. Videos for the activity include the one on the web page where you found this tool as well as others listed below:
Literature 44: The Setting of To Kill a Mockingbird—Comparing Monroeville to Maycomb
Literature 45: Discussing the Characters in To Kill a Mockingbird
Literature 46: Themes in To Kill a Mockingbird—Walking in Other People’s Skin
Literature 50: Themes of Social Justice in To Kill a Mockingbird—Empathy, Perspective, Taking a Stand
Literature 51: Themes of Social Justice in To Kill a Mockingbird—Role Models, Defending Others, Criminal Justice