Teacher’s Instructions for To Kill a Mockingbird Trial PosterOn a chalk/white board or on a poster board, create three columns and label them as such: 1st column: CHARACTERS2ND column: FACTS ESTABLISHED 3rd column: WHAT THE FACTS IMPLYYou will have four rows within the columns:1st row-Heck Tate’s Testimony2nd row-Bob Ewell’s Testimony3rd row-Mayella Ewell’s Testimony4th row-Tom Robinson’s TestimonyExample:CHARACTERSFACTS ESTABLISHEDWHAT THEFACTS IMPLYHECK TATE’SBOB EWELL’SMAYELLA EWELL’STOM ROBINSON’SAs you read each testimony, have students fill in the facts established for each character on their handout (next page). Prompt them to answer what Atticus is implying with his argument & line of questioning. You can print out the answers (on the following pages) and have students tape them in the appropriate columns. If you have more than one section of a class who is reading it, make sure to cover up the answers after each period so the next class does not see them.This activity really helps the students organize the facts established at the trial. Some students may not “connect the dots” with some of the facts (like Mayella’s injuries being on her right side indicating her attacker was left-handed), so it especially helps them. This can also be done in groups, if desired.
To Kill a Mockingbird Trial Organizer Name: _____________________CHARACTERSFACTS ESTABLISHEDWHAT THEFACTS IMPLYHECKTATE’STestimony184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.BOBEWELL’STestimony18.104.22.168.2.3.
To Kill a Mockingbird Trial Organizer Name: _____________________CHARACTERSFACTS ESTABLISHEDWHAT THEFACTS IMPLYMAYELLAEWELL’STestimony22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.3.4.
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- Spring '17
- sndra tobin
- To Kill A Mockingbird, Bob Ewell, Mayella