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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
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Apr 17, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: social-studies

This book tells a powerful story of racism in the deep south. A black man is falsely accused. Blacks were not allowd to look at or look white women in the eye. The defense attorney, the white woman , the towns's folks were are tangled in this web of pain and prejudice. The victor only seem to win. I read this book in 4th grade. It can be used for critical literacy,This book is a classic I believe no student should enter high school without being exposed to Harper Lee. This book has some heated issued but we live in a heated issue society and our students deal with things and see things on televison and the internet every single...tread gently and if a whole class project do a briefing and a debriefing.

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