To Kill a Mockingbird: Study Guide for GCSE English Literature

To Kill a Mockingbird: Study Guide for GCSE English LiteratureSuitable for: WJEC

After winning the Pulitzer Prize, selling over 40 million copies worldwide and being voted ‘Best Novel of the Century’ in 1999, To Kill a Mockingbird’s popularity continues to this day. This comprehensive guide offers targeted, detailed notes and analysis to lead students through the novel and help them to ‘climb into’ the skin of mockingbirds Tom Robinson and Boo Radley and ‘walk around in it’.

  1. Walkthrough – Build understanding of the
    chosen text with insightful and relevant commentary and
    analysis. All chapters are concisely summarised, then examined
    in detail.
  2. Whole-text Analysis – Explores:
    Characterisation • Relationships • Setting
    • Themes • Ideas and Messages • Language
    • Form • Structure • Context

Plus!

  • Student-friendly plot and chapter summaries
  • Key term glossary
  • Further reading
  • Original illustrations
  • Exam Guidance section with essay tips, PEE guidance and activities, and a revision checklist

Woven into the analysis throughout you will find:

  • Discussion prompts to encourage debate and individual
    interpretation
  • Active learning tasks to deepen understanding
  • ‘Mini vocab guides’ to ensure students grasp difficult terms
  • Handy key quotations with analysis to help with essay writing

Suggested answers are provided for questions and activities.

Extremely detailed… The Literature Exam Information page is VERY helpful, as are the exam skills pages… The language models good vocabulary and sets up tasks for students to mimic it. – Peer Reviewer (Previous edition)

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