Whether or not you teach English language arts, you’re likely to know — and possibly, love — the novel “To Kill A Mockingbird,” as well as Gregory Peck’s academy-award winning 1962 performance. According to the N Y Times, Harper Lee’s second book to be published in July was written in the 1950s and portrays the central character, Scout, as a woman. PBS LearningMedia’s Daily News Story from PBS NewsHour provides a report about the second publication, “Go Set a Watchman,” along with student support materials aligned to National & Common Core Standards.For the PBS NewsHour report and resources, click here. And here are resources from a PBS LearningMedia search of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
You can also read the entire NY Times article.