WELCOME to Mr. Benedosso and Ms. Duignan's Literature and History Class Wiki regarding To Kill A Mockingbird and the Civil Rights Movement!
It is known that Harper Lee was influenced by the world around her and changing society as she grew up in the first half of the Twentieth-Century in the South. Her Pulitzer Prize Winner novel, To Kill A Mockingbird sends a political message to a changing America.
During this Unit, Mr. B and Ms. D will separate lessons in order to teach this novel to it's full extent. Mr. B will discuss the novel while Ms. D sheds light on historical events during the time.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE: Friday, December 14, 2012 our paper essay is due for this Unit. The questions are under the "Assignment" folder. We will also give reminders during class.
We hope you enjoy our lessons in class and take the time to look on this Wiki for further knowledge.
If you have any questions please feel free to meet with us or contact us at pbenedos@friars.providence.edu and jduignan@friars.providence.edu !
Thank you and we hope you are as excited as we are!
Mr. B and Ms. D

Dear Parents,
We want you to be as involved in your child's learning experience as possible. You can find under our "How to Help Your Kids" link how you can get involved. Under the "homework" link you will find our assignments so you can follow along with your child's reading schedule.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.
Thank you,
Mr. B and Ms. D
Patrick Benedosso: pbenedos@friars.providence.edu
Julie Duignan: jduignan@friars.providence.edu

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