Digital Binder for the Teaching Mockingbird Seminar

Posted by Mary Hendra on July 16, 2015

How do issues of race, class, and gender intersect in To Kill a Mockingbird?

This is a question explored during seminars on Facing History's new guide, Teaching Mockingbird. Facing History has collected and created videos, activities, and related readings to help educators teach this book - far more than can be utilized in a single seminar. You can see all of these resources hereThe Symbaloo Board below shows the specific resources selected for use in the most recent Los Angeles seminar on Teaching Mockingbird.

If you're enrolled already for one of our Mockingbird seminars, this digital organizer will be one more tool you take away from this training.  Visit our Professional Development calendar to see all upcoming opportunities, or find out more about our work in LA and throughout Southern California.

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