To Kill A Mockingbird Study Guide (Endorsed) (ZigZag Education)

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To Kill A Mockingbird Study Guide (Endorsed)
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To Kill A Mockingbird Study Guide (Endorsed)

Detailed notes on all chapters interspersed with a variety of engaging tasks to reinforce understanding and encourage inference.

Encourages inference… Very refreshing. I would order this in a heartbeat! E. Evans, English Teacher & Independent Reviewer
Endorsed for OCR

Endorsed by OCR for use with the 2013 OCR GCSE English Literature specification.

GCSE targeted analysis includes:

  • The influence of context and culture on language and ideas
  • Use of language, symbolism and themes
  • The writer’s techniques
  • Key quotations with analysis to help when writing essays.
The context notes and references to different cultures are a particular strength of this resource and would make it very helpful to all staff - new and experienced. H. Harvey, English Teacher & Independent Reviewer


What do teachers have to say about this resource? (4651)
"A very good guide and study support for pupils and teachers. Themes and activities are very interesting and adhere to the specifications of the exam board." V. Kondou, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"This is a comprehensive teaching and revision pack for any GCSE student, regardless of which exam board is used by the centre. The pack is divided up into useful notes on plot, themes and characters, followed by more advanced learning skills such as analysis of the writer's techniques, and finally, exam-style questions and commentaries. It allows pupils to engage fully with Lee's style, as well as the aims of the novel." M. Render, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"Tasks that cover all chapters, ranging from notes to essays to discussions of style, narrator and interpretation, are effective and wide-ranging. Some will really push the MAT pupils." S. Owen, English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"Definitely recommended. The sheets are not just lessons and activity options but also potential revision activities; very flexible without sacrificing detail. There are many starting points for discussions and oracy tasks in addition to reading and writing." English Teacher and Ind. Reviewer
"The context notes and references to different cultures are a particular strength of this resource and would make it very helpful to all staff - new and experienced." - H. Harvey, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer
"I would order this in a heartbeat... The activities are clear-cut, cover set aims and encourage inference rather than simply re-addressing the information outlined. Very refreshing!" - E. Evans, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer



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