LIFEPAC Grade 11 Core

To Kill a Mockingbird

ISBN: 9780060935467
| Product Id: LR1100
9780060935467
$14.99
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird

Print worktexts

For both students & parents

Mastery-based learning format

Demonstrate mastery before progressing

Simple lesson planning

One worktext equals about one month

Self-paced, independent study

Instill time management skills

LIFEPAC Grade 11 Core

To Kill a Mockingbird

ISBN: 9780060935467
| Product Id: LR1100
$14.99
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Presented from a child's viewpoint, this classic novel portrays a heart-wrenching story of racial inequality in America's deep South during the Depression.

  • Optional reader for English III.
  • Enriching story of human dignity and respect.
  • Students can apply concepts students learn in English III.

Print worktexts

For both students & parents

Mastery-based learning format

Demonstrate mastery before progressing

Simple lesson planning

One worktext equals about one month

Self-paced, independent study

Instill time management skills

Description

Looking for classic literature to teach your high school student? The Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, published in 1960, tells the tale of a sleepy Southern town and the dramatic events of racial inequality that changed it forever. Narrated from a child's perspective, To Kill a Mockingbird follows the fictional characters of Scout Finch, her brother Jem, and their lawyer father, Atticus, as he fights for justice against a falsely accused defendant.


Compassionate and moving, To Kill a Mockingbird takes readers into the roots of human behavior, including innocence, cruelty, love, and kindness. Regarded as a masterpiece of American literature, this novel can be used as an enriching addition to your English lessons or homeschool studies. Grow and deepen your homeschooler's understanding for the need of human dignity, and the honor and courage it takes to respect others.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is LIFEPAC taught and how much work should we do every day?

It is student led and mastery based. All lesson instructions are in the student’s books. Teacher guides give additional ideas and cover the theme as well as provide answer keys. Each unit is intended for 18 days. Roughly that works out to 3 pages per day per subject. However, you can decide how long your school year will be and calculate how many pages per day that would amount to.

What is the difference between a Box Set and a Student Grade Set?

A Box Set includes 10 student books and a teacher’s guide. A Student Grade Set includes 10 student books but does not include a teacher’s guide.

How do I keep my records and who does the grading?

There is an area in the front of your teacher’s guide to place grades, but we also have student record books and cumulative files you can purchase for keeping records. Because LIFEPAC is a curriculum option, the parent oversees the students daily work, grading and record keeping. As the parent, you will need to make sure you are meeting your state board of education’s requirements.

Is LIFEPAC a complete curriculum?

Yes, it provides the five core subjects: Bible, History & Geography, Language Arts, Math, and Science. It also offers many electives for Middle School and High School students.

Are there other families I can connect with who use LIFEPAC?

Absolutely! There are multiple LIFEPAC Facebook groups available for you to join. Find the one that’s right for you and you’ll never feel alone in homeschooling.