Racism: The belief that there are inherent qualities, characteristics, or abilities particular to each race; prejudice or discrimination based on that belief.

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Courage in Part One: To Kill A Mockingbird
Courage in Part One: To Kill A Mockingbird

Targeted for 9th and 10th graders, this literacy informational module uses Template Task 12 to focus on the definition of “courage” in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Many characters in the story display courage and as the novel progresses, these acts of courage increase in significance and scope. As they read, students generate a definition of “courage” as seen through the eyes of Harper Lee. Students also draw conclusions about Harper Lee's views on courage based upon the novel’s characters and events.

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