Jermaine Kamau, Principal @Lumberton Campus
Lesson Planning for VQ & Capital Academy Programs
Students will be reading segments of "To Kill A Mockingbird" and discussing the different perspectives of Atticus Finch and the lynch mob about the trial of Tom Robinson. The students will then create two characters with opposing viewpoints. The final writing task (assessment) will require students to write a poem for each character in which the student shows the opposing views of the two characters they have created. This activity focuses on perspective and word choice.