Quality lessons and supplemental materials about on this site by a nonprofit educational organization. You will find video links, civic and human rights lessons/artifacts, and a downloadable eBook called "Teaching Mockingbird." Enjoy the site and revive a classic story.
Look through this site and its links and you will have everything you need to share the beauty of To Kill a Mockingbird with your students. The capstone projects are especially notable and the courtroom drama is a valuable experience I have offered my students in the past.
This clip is no more than three minutes and prior to Harper Lee's death, yet it is worthy of showing because children are reading lines from the text and Lee's hometown and details about her dad are revealed. It is a heartfelt tribute to her legacy.
Digital book talks or book promos are a great post-reading assignment for students. They will enjoy putting together video clips, photographs, and quotations to portray the essence of the book. Then, they can use music and record their voices or group members' voices to add to the video's effect.
This enrichment project gives students the ability to look within by creating a self portrait, a collage of themselves. Students reflect on their roles in life and who they are just like Scout examined herself and her surroundings throughout the book.
Here is another resource with an abundance of lessons and activities for students. It also features the sequel Go Set a Watchman and accompanying teaching tools, Finally, there is an audio link of the book read by Sissy Spacek that will help your auditory learners.