This blog is a work in progress. It is the exploration of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. As we read the novel, you will post your ideas, questions, and general comments regarding the story, its themes and characters.
Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird
Welcome to Don't Kill the Mockingbird
This is a school project. Please treat it as such. All rules that apply to behavior in the school building also apply to this blog even if you are doing your blogging from home.
As this is also English class, it is necessary that you use proper English, punctuation, and mechanics.
Please post and comment at least 4 times a week. We will devote two days a week to this in the computer lab.
This is a real mockingbird. Look for other symbolic mockingbirds as you read the story.
Now of course, I don't see race, but knowing of past experiences the African Americans underwent, do you think that their racism towards whites if justifiable back then? Today? Is racism ever one of those things that can't be avoided?