To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide Prior to taking the multiple choice, matching, True/False exam on August 17th—please review the following: Recall character descriptions for the following: Atticus Arthur Radley Mayella Ewell Jean Louise Jeremy Finch Tom Robinson Simon Finch Maudie Atkinson Helen Bob Ewell Francis Hancock Calpurnia BB Underwood Heck Tate Tim Johnson Dill Judge Taylor Uncle Jack Aunt Alexandra Aunt Rachel Mr. Cunningham Link Deas Lula Zeebo Mrs. Dubose Dolphus Raymond Reverend Sykes Nathan Radley Miss Caroline Mr. Gilmer Mr. Gates Walter Cunningham Miss Stephanie Mrs. Merriweather Review major plot events for all chapters, but spend extra time reviewing the plot elements within the following chapters: Ch. 12-15, Ch. 17-21 (The Trial), Ch. 22-23 Review the following Literary Terms/how they are represented in TKAM: Setting Foreshadowing Symbolism (example: identify what the mockingbird symbolizes) Irony Dialect Point of View Theme Identify the speaker of the following quotes (and review other major quotes within the text): “Atticus is a gentleman, just like me.” “Don’t matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house’s yo comp’ny, and don’t you let me catch you remarkin’ on their ways like you was so high and mighty.” “Secretly, Miss Finch, I’m not much of a drinker, but you see they could never, never understand that I live like I do because that’s the way I want to live.” Identify: The dynamics between major characters The influence characters had on one another Characteristics of main characters Major themes within the novel Opinions characters in the novel have about Atticus and his involvement in the trial Opinions characters in the novel have about Atticus and how he raises his children Setting/ Backdrop of the novel Boo Radley’s story and his development in the novel Significant character interactions that drive the plot of the novel Pivotal moments in the final moments of the novel The growth that takes place within major characters of the novel Note: The test will take the entire class period (it is a lengthy exam) on Friday. Please come prepared to quickly turn in your To Kill a Mockingbird project at the beginning of the class period without issues/questions so I can provide you with as much time as possible to take the exam. There will be no time to review your study guide notes on the day of the exam so please come prepared. There is a lot of information to review- manage your time wisely between adding the final touches to your Summer Reading Project (Cover Page, 9 Artifact Pages, Dialectical Journal) and reviewing for the exam.