1. Finish watching To Kill a Mockingbird. As we watched, students continued to take notes on binaries in the film
2. Discuss differences and their rationale. As students discussed the differences between the film and the novel, I recorded their conversation on the board. Overall, it seemed, the novel put forward a bleaker view of humanity than the film. Part of this was due to the unfortunate appending of Dill’s character into a mere element of comic relief.
HW: Honors – come in tomorrow with 1 discussion question that you don’t know the answer to, 3 important quotes from the novel that relate to your question (with page numbers), and 1 statement about what you feel is one key idea in the novel that you connected with personally.
Standard – come in tomorrow with 1 discussion question that you don’t know the answer to and 1 important quote from the novel that relates to your question (with page number).