Mockingbird Poster

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For my project, I cut a poster board to make a bird. In fact, I made the mockingbird. I drew the bird on a white poster board first to experiment. It took me three tries to draw the bird on the white poster board. I cut the bird out and used the white poster board as a tracer on the black poster board. Then I cut the final product out on the black poster board. On the bird I taped pictures of Jem, Scout, and Atticus on there. Under the pictures I wrote and the name and the facts of that character. In the rest of the space on the bird, I wrote down quotes with the page numbers from the book. I wrote on the poster board with oil pastels. I chose to do this project because I think it is unique and creative. It is not just an ordinary poster board.…show more content…
Atticus looks up to Atticus and pays close attention to everything that Atticus does. Scout takes after Atticus's wisdom. There is a quote in the book where Scout says, "Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing." I feel that Scout is developing her own wisdom, but that it is coming from the influence of Atticus. Atticus is strict but fair with his kids. He rationalizes with them and compromises with them while keeping boundaries or rules for them to follow. My project relates to the theme or quote, "Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." My project is the mockingbird. Mockingbirds just sing for us to enjoy. They do not eat up people's gardens or do anything harmful. Mockingbirds are innocent creatures. I recommend that for the next class, everyone watches the movie in class. When the movie is finished, the class should have partners for a chapter to read. Based on their chapter, they make a fun project to present so that people can take notes on the
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