TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD-HARPER LEE
In today's cultural climate learning about racism is particularly important. In To Kill A Mockingbird students will explore themes of racial prejudice and injustice. It teaches us all about bravery, injustice, inequality, poverty, racism, corruption, hatred, oppression, how we should judge people by their character and not allow their appearance or culture to affect our judgment. This novel allows students to witness the injustice that those less fortunate than ourselves can experience.
Week 1: Chapters 1-7
Week 2: Chapters 8-15
Week 3: Chapters 16-22
Week 4: Chapters 23-31
- Instructor: Kait Bailey Kaiser
- Mondays, 2-3 PM
- 4 classes
- May 10, 17, 24, 31, 2021
**Purchase with TTK Diploma package for reduced tuition.