Racing Against Catastrophe: A webquest for English I teachers

To Kill a Mockingbird Resources

  Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.  
 
-To Kill a Mockingbird
 

Review these sites to find informational resources to supplement your teaching To Kill a Mockingbird. Think about which reading strategies might support your students' comprehension of the article.

To Kill a Mockingbird: A Historical Perspective
Library of Congress


The Library of Congress contains rich resources for teaching American literature. These resources remind us that literacy means reading non-print texts as well as the printed word.
To Kill a Mockingbird Then and Now

This Thinkquest was created by high school students on To Kill a Mockingbird. Not only does it contrain good supplemental resources for teaching the novel, it should also stretch your thinking about what your students could do with the novel.
The Quest for Tolerance in To Kill a Mockingbird This WebQuest on To Kill a Mockingbird focuses on tolerance and the struggle for equality. It was designed for 9th and 10th grade students.
The Birth of To Kill a Mockingbird This site is a compendium of information about Harper Lee and the novel, as well as other resources on the book.
Resource Links on To Kill a Mockingbird This page is an online resource for California teachers.
The Web English Teacher This site provides a multitude of directions to explore. Look at the author's page for how the page got started.
Resources on To Kill A Mockingbird Educeth provides a great set of resources on the novel.