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Teaching ‘Mockingbird,’ ‘Watchman’ and Harper Lee With The New York Times

by / Thursday, 10 September 2015 / News Category THE LEARNING NETWORK

Does “Watchman” change how you’ll teach “Mockingbird”? Here are six ideas for teaching “Mockingbird” today, as well as many resources for connecting Harper Lee and her work to the world around us.

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