Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1


Ratings: (0)|Views: 59|Likes:
Published by Year11Revision

More info:

Published by: Year11Revision on Dec 21, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





 To Kill A Mockingbird
byHarper Lee
 A GCSE English Workbook by Julia Geddes
~ Wessex 
Other workbooks in this series include:A levelGCSE
The Miller's Tale I'm the King of the CastleThe Franklin's TaleThe Lord of the FliesThe Wife of Bath's Tale and PrologueWar PoetryThe Merchant's TaleMacbethThe Pardoners Prologue and TaleAn Inspector CallsThe Prologue to the Canterbury TalesTo Kill a MockingbirdMuch Ado About NothingOf Mice and MenHamletRomeo and JulietMeasure for Measure Twelfth NightKing Lear OthelloThe Poems of John DonneThe Poetry of Edward ThomasPoems of Seamus HeaneyMean TimeThe Whitsun WeddingsDead Sea PoemsSongs of Innocence and Songs of ExperienceChoice of Christina Rossetti’s VerseThree Victorian PoetsSelected Poems by John KeatsWordsworth - PreludeWomen Romantic PoetsGreat ExpectationsJane EyreMansfield ParkThe Handmaid’s TaleGulliver’s TravelsDublinersReturn of the NativeHard Times A Passage to IndiaTess of the d’UrbervillesCaptain Corelli’s MandolinEnduring LoveSnow Falling on CedarsEdward II A Dolls HouseThe RivalsThe Glass MenagerieMurmuring JudgesThe Country WifeDr FaustusThe Duchess of Malfi A Street Car Named DesireVolpone A Woman of No ImportanceThe Merchant of VeniceEnglish Language TopicsEnglish Critical AppreciationCommunications - Semiotics and the MediaEnglish Language Change
The contents of this publication remain the copyright property of the publishers. They may be copiedonly within the purchasing institution. Any copying beyond these limits is illegal.
©Wessex Publications 2004
About the Author of this Workbook 
Julia Geddes has taught English Literature to advanced and degree level for a number of years. She has a BA honours degree in English and Philosophy and an MA in EnglishLiterature from the University of Leeds. She has a wide range of teaching experience insecondary, further and higher education and is currently a moderator for GCSE English andEnglish Literature and an examiner of 'A' level English Literature. In her spare time sheenjoys circuit training, running and cycling. She also plays the piano and is a keen
All materials available from:
PublicationsElwell HouseStocklinchIlminster Somerset TA19 9JFTel/Fax: 01460 55660or by usingsales@wessexpublications.co.uk www.wessexpublications.co.uk 
The material in this package is fully photocopiable for use within the purchasing institution. In addition, you will, of course, need a copy of thenovel itself.We recommend that students read the novel at least once through first on their own or as a group in order to get a sound grasp of the text. The Workbook examines the chapters one by one and presents the student with ideas, questions,and activities to help her/him develop her or his own understanding andinterpretation of them. Sections are also included on Plot and Structure;Characterisation; Dialogue; Setting and Atmosphere; Style; Use of Dialogue;Imagery; Irony; Contrast and Parallel; Themes or Viewpoints. Questions for coursework and revision questions to help students prepare for the examinationare also included.It will be necessary to photocopy the Workbook for each student. You couldgive each student a guide to keep, but we suggest that you spiral bind or staplethem and retain them for future use. The answer boxes may, of course, be used but you will probably prefer students to answer in their note books for reasonsof cost. However, the size of each box will enable students to gauge how muchto write and will make it easier to discuss answers with individuals and groups.The Workbook is written and presented in a similar way to Open Collegematerials and is intended to be interactive and student-centred. The packageis far more than a revision aid or potted guide. Its purpose is both to supportthe student and enable her/him to work at her/his own pace. The StudyWorkbook is written
the student. It can be used in a variety of waysincluding:
alongside classwork and group work led by the lecturer/teacher/tutor 
individual supported-self study (flexible learning) work in class
Teacher Guide
To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee
Using the MaterialsAbout the Workbook 

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->