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									        This Belongs To:                                  This Belongs To:
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     A-Day Reading Assignments                         A-Day Reading Assignments
    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee               To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

       Here are your reading assignments and             Here are your reading assignments and
the days they are to be completed by. This        the days they are to be completed by. This
means that you have already read the              means that you have already read the
chapters and are prepared to take a quiz          chapters and are prepared to take a quiz
over them on the day listed. You will have        over them on the day listed. You will have
some SSR time in class, but you are expected to   some SSR time in class, but you are expected to
read the majority of the novel on your own, as    read the majority of the novel on your own, as
homework. Even if you are absent, you are         homework. Even if you are absent, you are
expected to keep up with these reading            expected to keep up with these reading
assignments.                                      assignments.

              Chapters 1 – 2                                    Chapters 1 – 2
           completed by October 15                           completed by October 15

              Chapters 3 – 4                                    Chapters 3 – 4
           completed by October 17                           completed by October 17

              Chapters 5 – 7                                    Chapters 5 – 7
           completed by October 23                           completed by October 23

              Chapters 8 – 9                                    Chapters 8 – 9
           completed by October 25                           completed by October 25

             Chapters 10 – 11                                  Chapters 10 – 11
           completed by October 29                           completed by October 29
           (Mini break after Part 1)                         (Mini break after Part 1)

             Chapters 12 – 13                                  Chapters 12 – 13
          completed by November 9                           completed by November 9

             Chapters 14 – 15                                  Chapters 14 – 15
          completed by November 13                          completed by November 13

             Chapters 16 – 18                                  Chapters 16 – 18
          completed by November 15                          completed by November 15

             Chapters 19 – 21                                  Chapters 19 – 21
          completed by November 19                          completed by November 19

             Chapters 22 – 24                                  Chapters 22 – 24
          completed by November 26                          completed by November 26

             Chapters 25 – 28                                  Chapters 25 – 28
          completed by November 28                          completed by November 28

             Chapters 29 – 31                                  Chapters 29 – 31
          completed by November 30                          completed by November 30
         To Kill a Mockingbird                               To Kill a Mockingbird
           Reading Journals                                    Reading Journals
        As a way to remember and reflect upon               As a way to remember and reflect upon
your reading, you will be responsible for           your reading, you will be responsible for
keeping a two- part reading journal as we read      keeping a two- part reading journal as we read
To Kill a Mockingbird. You will complete one        To Kill a Mockingbird. You will complete one
journal entry in your writer’s notebook after we    journal entry in your writer’s notebook after we
finish SSR for the day.                             finish SSR for the day.


Part 1: Journal Prompt or Summary:                  Part 1: Journal Prompt or Summary:
Choose a journal prompt from the list and           Choose a journal prompt from the list and
respond to it, or write a plot summary if you       respond to it, or write a plot summary if you
need help remembering the reading section.          need help remembering the reading section.
You may use a bulleted list or a paragraph style.   You may use a bulleted list or a paragraph style.


Part 2: Important Quotes: Identify at least         Part 2: Important Quotes: Identify at least
two quotes or passages that seem important          two quotes or passages that seem important
from the reading section.                           from the reading section.
     Write down the quote word for word,                Write down the quote word for word,
    including the page number as a                      including the page number as a
    parenthetical citation.                             parenthetical citation.
    Example: “Maycomb was an old town,                  Example: “Maycomb was an old town,
    but it was a tired old town when I first            but it was a tired old town when I first
    knew it” (5).                                       knew it” (5).

     Briefly explain (1 or 2 sentences) why             Briefly explain (1 or 2 sentences) why
    the quote is important, but don’t just              the quote is important, but don’t just
    restate what it means.                              restate what it means.
    Example: This is important because it               Example: This is important because it
    indicates that Scout is thinking back on her        indicates that Scout is thinking back on her
    childhood and reflecting that her                   childhood and reflecting that her
    hometown was old, even when she was                 hometown was old, even when she was
    little. Since the story is told from this           little. Since the story is told from this
    childhood perspective, I think will reflect a       childhood perspective, I think will reflect a
    more innocent narration than if an adult            more innocent narration than if an adult
    were to tell the story.                             were to tell the story.


    Reading Journals should be done for each            Reading Journals should be done for each
reading assignment, even if you are absent,         reading assignment, even if you are absent,
since you have your assignments ahead of time       since you have your assignments ahead of time
and you are expected to keep up with reading        and you are expected to keep up with reading
and with the journal entries. I will conduct        and with the journal entries. I will conduct
RANDOM writer’s notebook checks for points,         RANDOM writer’s notebook checks for points,
so be sure you are doing this.                      so be sure you are doing this.

								
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