To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide

Written to accompany American author Harper Lee’s beloved 1960 novel, this literature study guide by Sabrina Justison helps you get the most out of To Kill a Mockingbird. Literature study guides from inspire students rather than tire them with busywork that kills the story.

Instead of attempting to examine every element of a book on the first reading, our study guides choose two or three respected literary devices and use them as a focal point.

Our guides are easy to adapt for use at an

Average High School,

College Prep or

Honors level

To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide

focuses on the following literary devices:

  • complex personification
  • dramatic foils

The suggested writing assignments

  • use the structure of compare/contrast and
  • explore a variety of themes in the story.

This NO-busywork study guide enriches the reading of the book for your homeschooled high school student.

To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide

is EBook curriculum complete with

  • background information
  • vocabulary
  • guided note-taking instructions
  • discussion questions by part
  • suggested writing assignments
  • enrichment activities 
  • answer key

This product downloads as two separate PDF files. One file is intended for student use. This document contains fillable fields so students can type their answers directly into the guide. The other document is the answer key, intended for the parent.


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To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide.

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