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Barron's Literature Made Easy Series: Your Guide To: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juli 1999

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  • Taschenbuch: 96 Seiten
  • Verlag: Barrons Educ Series (Juli 1999)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0764108220
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764108228
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,3 x 0,8 x 19,7 cm
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This English literature revision guide for GCSE English students discusses Mary Hartley's "To Kill a Mockingbird". It features "mind maps" which summarize the entire work, icons, symbols, diagrams, cartoons and storyboards. This guide is exclusive to WHSmith until further notice. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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4 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 2. Juni 1999
To Kill a Mocking Bid is definitely one of the best books in American history. It clearly describes the unjust discrimination against the blacks in the south in the 1930's. It taught me alot about racism in the south. I really admire Atticus Finch, the main character in this novel, he stepped up to defend a black man despite losing all his friends and reputation.
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Great life lessons, on racism and hate. It makes you sympathetic towards the outsiders.
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A thematic guide on Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" 1. Mai 2002
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Here in Duluth everybody in town is supposed to be reading Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird," and there are all sorts of literary discussions, dramatic events, and the like going on all month long. In addition to rereading the novel, which is probably my favorite in American Literature, I have been looking over the various study guides available. Barron's "Literature Made Easy" guides are based on "modern scientific knowledge of how the brain works," which means not only using pictures and graphics, but unique "mind maps" that summarize details students need to learn. The idea with these is that you use them to take notes and develop a personal outline of your thoughts about the character and plot of the novel which branch out from a central point. Now, this might look a bit intimidating to me, but the goal is to build simple chains of key associations regarding what is happening in a novel and what it means. Ah, the joys of 21st century education.
This book, written by Mary Hartley, also makes use of icons for key themes from Harper Lee's novel: growing up is a cake, courage is a heart, racial prejudice a face half black and half white, etc. A typewriter is used to highlight commentary about Lee's choice of words and imagery (i.e., style and language). These icons pop up during the commentary section so that students can trace the develop and interaction of the various themes. The guide begins with some background on the author and the time in which "To Kill a Mockingbird" is set, followed by a synopsis, a discussion of the main characters, and an overview of the main themes of the novel.
The commentary section breaks each chapter into sections. For example, Chapter 1 is broken down into The start of it all, Atticus and the Finch family, Dill's arrival, Boo and the Radleys, and "Just go up and touch the house." Each section starts with the first and last sentence that define it, followed by a list of what happens in that part, commentary, and questions marked with stars which young readers are supposed to stop and think about. In comparison to similar study guides, such as Cliffsnotes, this approach has the key values of inviting active participation from the readers and dealing with more discrete units within each chapter. The little pieces add up to some significant whole without the students realizing what is going on.
The back of the book has Topics for Discussion and Brainstorming, suggestions on How to Get an "A" in English Literature (which probably translates to American Lit as well), an Exam Essay, a Model Answer and Essay Plan, Glossary and Index. My feeling is that this book is geared more towards junior high students, which is fine since that was the grade level at which I taught "To Kill a Mockingbird." Teachers can certainly find some useful things to emphasize in class discussions, even if students are not using the guide. Other volumes in the "Literature Made Easy Series" look at "Animal Farm," "Julius Caesar," "Lord of the Flies," "MacBeth," "Of Mice and Men," "Pride and Prejudice," and "Romeo and Juliet."
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Unusual and effective guide for teachers and students 6. Mai 2007
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I purchased this guide on a hunch. Every spring I teach my eleventh grade English students this novel, and I was looking for new ideas. The concept of the Mind Map presented in this guide has been significant in my students' understanding of the novel. I use three Mind Maps, presenting them on transparencies and adding to them as needed: Characters, Themes, and Plot Occurrences. Students have grasped the novel better since the first day because they have been instrumental in the gradual construction of the Mind Maps. I highly recommend this, especially for the Mind Maps which are shown as examples. Also, the chapter synopses are extremely well-done, organized, and easy to follow. The guide contains some of the best talking points I have ever seen for this novel. This book is unlike Cliff's Notes or Spark Notes; I recommended it to my students because it is actually thought-provoking rather than just a summary review. HIGHLY recommended! It's the best money I've spent on a teaching aid all year!
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To Kill a Mockingbird (Literature Made Easy Series) should be clearly labeled Cliff Notes. 21. August 2010
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I was misled into thinking I was getting a paperback version of the book - not cliff, study notes. It should be clearly pointed out that this is NOT the book. Since the postage cost more than the book, it is silly to return the book. So now, I guess I will have to go to the library to get it. Too late to re-order for my bookclub.
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Disappointment 11. November 2011
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I thought I was ordering the book "To Kill Mockingbird" and was disappointed to receive a book on commentary not the book.
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So NOT the novel. 2. Oktober 2011
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The fault could be mine. I didn't look for a product description. That would have cleared the whole mess up. This IS NOT the novel, but a Q&A study guide. Its not even a Cliff's notes version. So I thought I had the novel and have nothing I can use. I was not happy.
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