To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide for CCEA GCSE

Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird – an unforgettable piece of American fiction about love, kindness, respect and equality in a sleepy Southern town suffering from a crisis of conscience. View the novel from a fresh perspective with analysis and activities to encourage independent thought and detailed, evidenced responses.

  1. Walkthrough – Build understanding with insightful and relevant analysis for each chapter.
  2. Whole-text Analysis – Explores: characterisation • themes • symbolism • imagery • narrative style • language • setting • structure
  3. Revision and exam preparation – Revise the key aspects of the novel through writing-in-role, speaking and listening, and text transformation exercises. Plus! PEE guidance and sample exam questions to practise exam technique.

Plus!

  • Student-friendly plot summary
  • Original illustrations

Woven into the analysis throughout you will find:

  • Integrated tasks to consolidate learning and promote independent interpretation
  • Useful quotations with analysis to encourage close reading skills
  • Key term definitions to ensure students grasp difficult concepts