Analysing Literary Merit of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mocking Bird : a student workbook
McNamara, Shelley, author.

Analysing Literary Merit of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mocking Bird : a student workbook

McNamara, Shelley, author.


Personal Author
McNamara, Shelley, author.

Updated 2017.

Publication Information
Brunswick Heads : Qwiller, 2017.

Physical Description
52 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.

This workbook looks at the meaning and significance of literature in our world today. Students will analyse narrative elements, such as plot, characters, themes, settings, narrative viewpoint and writing style in To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee in order to determine the literary merit of the text. Students will consider ethical issues in the novel and evaluate ideas in the novel against their own values and attitudes. Students will compare ideas and techniques in the film and novel versions of the text. Students will learn about the nature of literary critiques, and develop skills in using the language and structural features of essay writing. Students will write an essay assessing literary merit in the novel.

Personal Subject
Lee, Harper. To kill a mockingbird.

Subject Term
English literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- New South Wales.
English literature -- Examinations -- Study guides.


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