To Kill A Mockingbird Journal • Start these journal entries on a new sheet of paper. • Be sure to LABEL and DATE all activities. Chapter 3 Review 1. 2. 3. Short answer: What lesson does Calpurnia try to teach Scout during lunchtime? (1-2 sentences). Short answer: What is the agreement that Atticus and Scout make regarding reading and school?(1-2 sentences). Long answer: In Chapter 3, Atticus tells Scout: "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view…until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” Explain what Atticus means by this statement. What lesson does Scout learn? How does this lesson apply to the reader? Is the reader supposed to learn a lesson, as well? (Answer any of the previous questions in a 4-5 sentence paragraph). Chapter 4 Review • Write a 5-sentence summary of Chapter 4. 1. (short) What does Scout find in the hollow of a tree in front of the Radley's? 2. (short) What do Scout and Jem find together in the tree on their way home from the last day of school? 3. (short) Who do you think is leaving things in the tree? Announcements: • Wednesday, 9-26: finish Ch. 5, if necessary. Review session. • Wed: QUIZ: Chapters 1-5. • Flashcards available on “Quizlet”: Ch. 1-5 vocab, Part I Characters, TKAM Ch. 1-5 Review • On my website: Unit 2: TKAM SparkNotes • Also study: TKAM Journal Entries/Review Questions • You will SUBMIT your TKAM Ch. 3-5 Journals on Wednesday • Thursday, 9-27: College Ready Thinklink Chapter 5 Activity • This is a group activity to be completed at your table. • Each group will be assigned a number of pages from Chapter 5. • You are to read your set of pages, discuss, and then develop a play to act out in front of the class that best explains your section. • You can divide up the parts however you like, present the information however you like, but ALL members must participate, and your presentation MUST last the ENTIRE three minutes provided. Group Assignments • Group 1: 55- “cemented our friendship,” p. 57. • Group 2: “Miss Maudie’s benevolence,” p. 57- “we understood clearly,” p. 58. • Group 3: “Arthur Radley,” p. 58- “That aint right,” p. 59. • Group 4: “That aint right,” p. 59 -“I liked it very much,” p. 61. • Group 5: “Next morning,” p. 61- “tell em son” p. 63. • Group 6: “Dill Harris could tell” p. 63- “Let me see it” p. 64. • Group 7: “Jem held out” p. 65 – end of Chapter 5. Chapter 5 Review • Write a 5-sentence summary of Chapter 5. • Use the following words in a sentence: 1. Aloof 2. Sluggish 3. Desolate 4. Diminutive 5. Apprehensive Wednesday, September 26: • Your QUIZ will be taken after Fall Break, and will become part of your Nine Weeks Test. • Today, complete a Reading Workshop activity over the second half of Chapter 5 and ALL of Chapter 6. – Pages 61-76 (or 46-57 in the old books). • Remember the guidelines for reading workshop. • After you have read BOTH chapters, write a FIVE sentence summary of EACH chapter (2 total). • Also, write down any questions/terms for class discussion. • Any one who does not read or follow instructions will receive a ZERO for the day.