Harper Lees Development of Theme in To Kill a Mockingbird
Analyze how Harper Lee use literary devices and details to develop her theme in the trial chapters of To
Kill a Mockingbird.
Chapter 16: Characterization of the White Community
Opposing Viewpoints Rubric
PROMPT: Compose a coherent, well- developed essay that identifies the key issues associated with affirmative
Annotations of entire packet: Due Thursday, Nov. 12*
Complete Rough Draft (typed and prin
Of Mice and Men Unit: Summative Style Essay
In an extended paragraph, analyze how Steinbecks writing style (imagery, figurative language, diction)
develops a literary effect (tone OR characterization) in a selected excerpt from Of Mice and Men.
Name: _ Period _ Date: _
Revise these awkward sentences to create parallel structure. The first sentence has been
done for you.
1. On my vacation, I want to sit back, relax, and to have fun. (Faulty)
On my vacation, I want to
Leaves it is so common, is so striking. Throughout the year, it is her unchangeable,
and it is changing, and it, no one ever seen, but no one noticed it, it's just a small
leaves in spring, it is willing to be a foil, show off the beauty of the flowers, u
a bottle to fill it in turn put a big stone, gravel, sand and water, and then do nothing.
Only say one thing: "Look you understand?" The students, some shaking his head,
and some say understand. I understand that the student said: "do things to pay
Of Mice and Men
Slimcharacter in Of Mice And Men
* George and Lennie are shown sneaking into a train at night to escape from Weed. This was not mentioned in the
* The bus is shown to be heading for Tyler Ranch which angers George as the bus driver told him and Lennie to get off
the bus earlier on