He loses the job a few days later and blames Atticus. What details about the case do you find out. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Jack leaves the hotel room. Scout later tells Uncle Jack in private why she thinks the spanking was unjust, and he agrees with her that he doesn't understand children very well. What does Francis say about Atticus? 10. When Atticus is talking to Jack he realizes that Scout is listening. Scout says that “Mr. Cowper’s hallucination, or that it was love that lifted her, JL. What “subtle change” does Scout notice in her father in Chapter 16? 10. At home that day she asks Atticus about it. Who is Tim Johnson? 11. She really starts to understand him as she is standing on the Radley’s porch. coinoperatedbecca is a fanfiction author that has written 26 stories for To Kill a Mockingbird, Hairspray, and Worst Witch. For centuries we, the MacWizards, have been waiting for this chance. What does Scout do to cause Uncle Jack to reprimand her on Christmas at her Aunt Alexandra’s house? 33. he never. The first try to persuade Atticus to change his mind about the trial, the second is when a lynch mob arrives at the jail and threaten Atticus. Dubose? 43. Jem and Scout also recalled seeing everyone going to the trial, white and blacks. To Kill A Mockingbird Close Reading Guide: Chapters 1-3. What is Atticus' main reason for defending a black man? Chapter 10. TKAM Quotes and Stuff. what problems does aunt alexandra have with the way scout is being raised? how does atticus feel about it? 7. Now it's time to act. What does Uncle Jack yell at Miss Maudie each Christmas? Atticus uses something like a threat when he finds the children trying to get a note to Boo Radley. How does Scout react? 1. Atticus says she will grow out of it and basically ignores it. Lippincott & Co. What does he say? Why? 9. and beating a white woman. What sort of person is Dolphus. What does this mean and why might he say it? • When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. Atticus allows Scout to overhear his conversation with Uncle Jack for two reasons. However, the child Scout complains "Our father didn't do anything. Scout says that “Mr. According to Miss Maudie, what are some of Atticus’s talents. Why does Atticus make the children leave the house and stand in front of the Radley house? There is a chance the fire could spread to neighboring houses, and the Radley house is a safe distance for the children. Scout Finch: Originally named Jean Louise Finch, Scout is the narrator. What details about the case do you find out. • Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. Jack told his father that he hoped to pass the examination Henry said to me that the teacher was listening to their Bob said to Tom that he didnt make mistakes in the last his shoes Mary said that she didnt want to wear her old dress My friend told me that we had plenty. ” By this he means the racism contaminating the town. However, Scout does not learn much from school. 100-Question Test - continued To Kill a Mockingbird. case that cannot be won. What does Scout think the teacher is going to do to her hand? 4. Scout resents Aunt Alexandria because Aunt Alexandria always likes to tell what is wrong with Scout and how unladylike she is. ) Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack?. -H e refuses on the grounds that she's done an excellent job of running the house and raising the children, and the children love her. Do you think that this is her view as she tells the story or her view when she was younger? Does she still think this after the events recorded in this chapter? 2. That's where things took turn for the worse. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. Scout has to deal with her bratty cousin Francis for most of the day. I think that Atticus, being wise and compassionate and always insisting on doing what is right, allowed his children to call him Atticus because Scout and Jem were devastated by their. What does Scout do to cause Uncle Jack to reprimand her on Christmas at her Aunt Alexandra’s house? 33. Scout learns just how hard it is for Atticus taking on this trial. Atticus muses that Scout needs to learn to keep her temper under control because in the next few months, there is going to be a lot in store for the family. 9) Where did the son and his father go after they'd known about their relatives?. What does Atticus tell Jack he hopes Jem and Scout will do instead of listening to the town? Interpreting Meaning. How does Aunt Alexandra perpetuate (promote and continue) stereotypes? 33. Gillian Hainsworth encountered unexpected trouble when she took a party of pupils on a school trip and found herself surrounded by Yorkshire police, who accused the teacher. She doesn't really understand why the lynch mob is at the jail house, only that they might hurt her father, and disarms them by talking to Mr. With the trial coming up, it is likely that the children will hear many unkind things said about their father. Uncle = father's brother to be called his children as an uncle in this case uncle daughters called as cousines to him say them as a daughter. What does Scout make Uncle Jack promise not to tell Atticus? Why does Atticus not tell Scout to go to bed earlier when he is talking with Jack? What complaint does Scout have regarding Atticus? Why, according to Miss Maudie, does Atticus believe it's a sin to kill a mockingbird? What target does Scout want to shoot at? Identify Tim Johnson. In fact, CBS would end up with the top 5 rated shows of the 1950-1951 season. How does Dill react to this part of the trial?. Summarize the conversation between Uncle Jack and Atticus. Atticus says she will grow out of it and basically ignores it. When Cecil taunts Scout on the playground again, why does she walk away? 31. What happend was that Francis, told Scout that her father, Atticus was nothing but a "n----r lover". Scout and Jem witness the trial of Tom Robinson. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. What reason does he give for saying this? 3. " Although he was a good shot, he does not like to mention the fact as he does not like the thought of having an advantage over people. What does Scout think the teacher is going to do to her hand? 4. They offer her support, training, and advice, especially in matters that she doesn't feel comfortable talking to her mom about. The child Scout marvels that her father knew she was listening to his conversation with Uncle Jack; the adult Jean Louise marvels that he wanted her to overhear the conversation. “Scout” Finch The narrator and protagonist of the story. Uncle Tom’s Cabin was translated into thirty-seven languages. Jem and Scout also recalled seeing everyone going to the trial, white and blacks. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird there is a great example of this. The novel belongs to the genre Southern Gothic, and was written during the civil rights movement in the States. When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. The reason for this is because when Atticus was young, he was called the "Dead Shot". Jack tells her to go shower and change and relax and he will wait for her. What does this mean and why might he say it? When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. Uncle Jack spanks Scout for hitting Francis. Now, as an adult things have changed in Maycomb and Scout can see farther. Jem and Scout are looking forward to seeing their Uncle Jack but they are not looking forward to seeing their Aunt Alexandra and Francis. Jem Finch - Jem is Scout's older brother. Scout vows never to tell her father. What is this? 4-Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? What might this be?. Susan finds solace in Snowy, the pony that lives there. When Francis talks to Scout, he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. ” Scout curses him and beats him up. I think Uncle Jack says that to Scout because he means that she is growing up and also, perhaps due to the reference of pants, growing into a young lady. Uncle Jack also gives Scout and Jem guns for Christmas and Atticus refuses to teach them to shoot. My mother (to translate) an article from English into Russian the day before yesterday. Tom Robinson is convicted of rape. This building contains classrooms and exhibition spaces where visitors learn more about the environment. Make some predictions about who you think left the gum, and why. ½ page minimum. What is wrong with Tim. Yes, he gives her multiple gifts 3. What does Atticus tell Uncle Jack that he hopes Jem and Scout will do if they can't handle what people are saying about their family? answer choices Fight for their honor. " (Lee, 24). How does Scout describe Miss Fisher? 5. TKAM Quotes and Stuff. The last paragraph is saying that Atticus wanted her to hear him, he wants her to see that racism is not a good thing, and skin color doesn't matter. She tries to have a normal conversation with with them and tries to act innocent to show them they are people and show them that it's their father and they need him. Dubose addicted to? Morphine What closes the knothole Cement Who is Atticus brother Uncle Jack What does Mr. Uncle Jack punishes Scout harshly when she goes against his wishes. That is kind of the role of an uncle. She uses bad language, and Uncle Jack does not like it. How does Scout react to Francis’s taunts? What is the result of her action? 8. Unlike Scout, who is a fighter, Jem seems determined to obey his father's request to avoid fighting. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. A friend of hers, who was a year Then I can tell you all about the paintings, and you can see the kinds of things I'm trying to do John's abilities were obvious and when he was 12, a talent scout from one of the big football clubs. says her father "defends niggers. Atticus muses that Scout needs to learn to keep her temper under control because in the next few months, there is going to be a lot in store for the family. Atticus tells scout to not care about what others say and keep her head high. True The novel form was first used by American writers in the eighteenth century. How does uncle Jack differ to Atticus and how do the Children react to this? 2. Atticus looked afraid then. Atticus allows Scout to overhear his conversation with Uncle Jack for two reasons. Atticus tells Jem that "it's a sin to kill a mockingbird" (10. What was Scout's intuition telling her? 5. Once they return to Maycomb, Scout informs Jack what Francis said about Atticus, and Jack becomes furious. She doesn't have a moment to tell her side of the story, and moments later they're on their way back home. He and his new father are going to build a boat. Nathan and his fathers are the one who want to prevent Boo from being a part of Maycomb. What reasons does Atticus give for the children not to play the Boo Radley game?. When Atticus is talking to Jack he realizes that Scout is listening. In this chapter Atticus tells his children that “it's a sin to kill a mockingbird”. 18) Why does Bob Ewell hate Atticus even more after the Tom Robinson trial? Who are the people he tries to harass? 19) What happens to Jem and Scout as they are walking home from the school pageant? Who saves them? 20) What is Heck Tate going to tell everyone about what happened? Why is he going to say this? 21) What description does Scout give. What does Scout overhear her father telling Uncle Jack about the trial? What does Scout say to her father when she tells him that Sheriff Tate is right? Sheriff Tate said that Ewell killed himself by falling on his knife and it stabbed him between the ribs. Scout's father, Atticus, is her sole guardian as her mother died very young. What is this? • Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? What might this be?. During this time, Scout has a very difficult time restraining from physically fighting with other children, a tendency that gets her in trouble with her Aunt Alexandra and Uncle Jack. She said it was part of the youth culture, with which she felt very much at home. The woman relating the story obviously recognizes that her father is exceptional. When she gets advice from her close friend Katie, she takes it into consideration. How does the above comments illustrate that racism exists not only in the town, but also within the Finch family as well? 11. I'm trying. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. Dolphus Raymond was an evil man. pdf), Text File (. No, he beats her **b. She has the idea that he “did not drive a dump-truck for the county, he was not sheriff, he did not work for a farm…or do anything that could possibly arouse the admiration of anyone. They offer her support, training, and advice, especially in matters that she doesn't feel comfortable talking to her mom about. Scout, misunderstanding the seriousness of what was happening, ran through the crowd to her father. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. If he had stopped to learn both sides of the situation he might have judged her differently—which he eventually does. With the trial coming up, it is likely that the children will hear many unkind things said about their father. I think Uncle Jack says that to Scout because he means that she is growing up and also, perhaps due to the reference of pants, growing into a young lady. Describe Scout's relationship with Uncle Jack. Francis tells Alexandra and Uncle Jack that Scout hit him, and Uncle Jack spanks her without hearing her side of the story. Atticus has brought Scout up by instilling in her wisdom and compassion beyond her years. When Atticus is talking to Jack he realizes that Scout is listening. The sun was rising , when we reached the summit of the mountain. Who taught Scout to write? 8. Jack comes back and calls for Isabella. The first try to persuade Atticus to change his mind about the trial, the second is when a lynch mob arrives at the jail and threaten Atticus. What does Atticus say Uncle Jack should have told Scout when she asked what a “whore-lady” was? Why? 10. In Scout’s eyes, what is Atticus’s chief fault? 2. What does this mean? Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? Explain Mayella's relationship with her father. Why does this mean and why did he say it? 5. Uncle Jack pinned my arms to my sides and said Stand still! Aunt Alexandra ministered to Francis, wiping his tears away with her handkerchief. Jem and Scout also recalled seeing everyone going to the trial, white and blacks. This text is out of copyright and so may be copied freely but, out of courtesy and gratitude, the source was the Washington State School for the Blind. " After this fight Scout never punches anyone or hits them except for his brother Jem but he deserved it. Miss Maudie tells Scout that, "sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than a whiskey bottle in the hand of- oh, of your father. "Miss Caroline caught me writing and told me to tell my father to stop teaching me. After dinner Francis calls tells Scout that her father is a nigger lover. 54-62) The 3 sneak at night into the Radleys to see Boo. If your father was thirty, you’d find life quite. Provide three details from the chapter that #11. Scout whales on Francis, gets in trouble with Uncle Jack, and then heads back home to sulk. List his faults as she sees them. Jem and Scout also recalled seeing everyone going to the trial, white and blacks. Yes, he apologizes to Atticus c. "The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny" finishes second overall in the Hooper ratings for the 1950-1951 season, with a 19. We heard interesting stories about famous people, and I took some photos. Annie does not like the mountain. How does Scout react? 1. What medical problem did Walter have and how did he get it? 9. My father cooked. What does Scout teach Uncle Jack about children? How does Atticus hope to prevent Jem and Scout from catching "Maycomb's disease?" Why is Scout confused after overhearing remarks about her father's defense of Tom Robinson? Chapter 17. Atticus disapproves of the children getting air rifles for Christmas. T / F Atticus knew Scout was eavesdropping when he spoke of the prejudice in Maycomb. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. Uncle Jack punishes Scout without listening to her side of the story, whereas Atticus always gives her the opportunity to explain her point of view. Atticus knows that he is running a risk by defending Tom Robinson, but he doesn't think that he could. What does this mean and why might he say it? When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. Tomboyish Name: Prefers being called Scout instead of her real name, Jean Louise. The first try to persuade Atticus to change his mind about the trial, the second is when a lynch mob arrives at the jail and threaten Atticus. Scout gets in a fight with Francis, Scout's second cousin. You can tell your uncle stuff that you could not tell your dad. In the beginning of to kill a mockingbird scout is a very innocent little girl but as the story progresses she is very out of control for example in the story there was a kid named Walter Cunningham, his father Mr. Uncle Jack pinned my arms to my sides and said Stand still! Aunt Alexandra ministered to Francis, wiping his tears away with her handkerchief. When Cecil taunts Scout on the playground again, why does she walk away? 31. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird there is a great example of this. -Jem takes Scout aside and tries to tell her not to antagonize their aunt. I think that Atticus, being wise and compassionate and always insisting on doing what is right, allowed his children to call him Atticus because Scout and Jem were devastated by their. Why does Scout fight with Francis? 9. He and Aunty looked alike, but Uncle Jack made better use of his face: we were never wary of his sharp nose and chin. Scout has been listening in on her father speaking with her uncle Jack about the upcoming trial. Why does Scout think Atticus is not exciting? 2. Dubose was the “bravest person” he ever knew. One night at the Landing, Francis calls Dill a runt. She doesn't have a moment to tell her side of the story, and moments later they're on their way back home. According to Miss Maudie, what are some of Atticus’s talents. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. What did Scout’s Uncle Jack learn from Scout and Atticus? 34. Francis tells Alexandra and Uncle Jack that Scout hit him, and Uncle Jack spanks her without hearing her side of the story. What complaint does Scout have regarding Atticus? she says he can't do anything and he doesn't have any talent. You can write a book review and share your experiences. What medical problem did Walter have and how did he get it? 9. She really starts to understand him as she is standing on the Radley’s porch. We heard interesting stories about famous people, and I took some photos. He had a bump on his leg. Atticus allows Scout to overhear his conversation with Uncle Jack for two reasons. No seat is available on The story and the trial were covered by her father's newspaper, which reported that Lett was also an important element of Southern Gothic texts and Scout and Jem's questions about the hierarchy in. Scout goes out on a limb and tells her Uncle that what he did to her was wrong. His life was boring because nobody loved him. As Scout tells Uncle Jack, "When Jem an' I fuss Atticus doesn't ever just listen to Jem's side of it, he hears mine too" (9. What further information does Jem tell Scout about the night they were scared off from the Radley What provokes Scout to fight her cousin Francis? Why is Scout upset with her Uncle Jack? Girls should wear dresses and boys should wear pants. Cunningham did not have a lot of money so he paid people back with the thing he would grow. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking in the kitchen. Dill and Jem followed her because they couldn't stop her. In the evening she painted a picture of the park. At home that day she asks Atticus about it. She made a few steps towards him. If your father was thirty, you’d find life quite. When Atticus is talking to Jack he realizes that Scout is listening. " (Lee, 24). What did Peter's friends think about the programme? 3. However, when they return to Maycomb, she tells Jack everything. 'Her face was the color of a dirty pillowcase, and the corners of her mouth glistened with wet, which inched like a glacier down the deep grooves inclosing her chin. We had to call the fire brigade. Scout lives with her father, Atticus, her brother, Jem, and their black cook, Calpurnia, in Maycomb. The time period of the novel is. What does the woman say One of them is telling you about something that happened to her at work. Scout says that “Mr. TKAM Characters – Family Tree Atticus Finch – Father, lawyer, widower Jean Louise “Scout” Finch - The narrator and protagonist of the story Jem Finch Scout’s brother & playmate Arthur “Boo” Radley A recluse whose whereabouts are unknown. In his own way, John Carr, 31, was a protester. It's a leaflet telling us about the rules we must follow inside the zoo. says her father "defends niggers. What perspective does Scout gain through her conversation with Atticus about the Cunningham's and how does it get her in trouble. He and Aunty looked alike, but Uncle Jack made better use of his face: we were never wary of his sharp nose and chin. What does Scout’s actions reveal about her character? Chapter 16. Later that night, Scout tells Uncle Jack he should have allowed her to tell her side of the story. Francis tells Alexandra and Uncle Jack that Scout hit him, and Uncle Jack spanks her without hearing her side of the story. Why did Scout split her knuckle to the bone on Francis's front teeth? 8. ) Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack?. Uncle Jack spanks Scout for hitting Francis. When Francis talks to Scout, he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. In the story she is looking back as an adult to the two years of her life when she learned about courage and kindness and the importance of doing what is right. by Harper Lee First published by J. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking in the kitchen. Now what did she do? She tempted a negro. As Jack and Atticus talk together in the evening, Atticus says that Scout must “learn to keep her head” in the next few months. I'm sorry if this didn't help much, but I only just read that chapter in class. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Dubose and speaking kindly to her. ” What does he mean by that?. According to Miss Maudie, what are some of Atticus’s talents. ) Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. What present does Atticus give to Jem and. This does not state what relationship you have with the uncle, which may alter the response. She kicks him. In the museum I learnt a lot about the history of Lviv, it was really exciting. A collect some surgical knives B collect somebody C deliver supplies D visit a relative E have an operation F do maintenance work G check a mental problem H have a medical check-up. People don't like this. Francis calls Atticus an n-word lover, Scout punches him 6. I (to help) my grandparents about the house last week. The novel belongs to the genre Southern Gothic, and was written during the civil rights movement in the States. How does Scout describe the way she and her brother feel about their father? 5. How does Dill react to this part of the trial?. I liked working in group and pairs , while I was a secondary school student. What did Miss Caroline tell Scout to tell her father? 7. Jack spanks her without hearing what Scout has to say, and Scout is upset. Isabella says she has been there before. Scout's teacher who tells her to quit learning to read: Tom Robinson: Man accused of the rape of Mayella Ewell: Mayella Ewell: Accusing Tom Robinson of rape: Burris Ewell: Classmate of Scout that has "cooties" Uncle Jack: A medical doctor, brings air guns to the children for Christmas: Aunt Alexandra: Wants Scout to be more lady like: Atticus. Does Uncle Jack appreciate Scout's advice on 'understanding children'? a. How does Scout view her father? 9. He lives in that little settlement beyond the town dump. Atticus muses that Scout needs to learn to keep her temper under control because in the next few months, there is going to be a lot in store for the family. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. However, the child Scout complains "Our father didn't do anything. What was Miss Caroline's attitude when she found out that Scout could read? 6. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. Scout persuades them to give up by talking with Mr. After they return to Maycomb, Scout tells Jack what Francis said and Jack becomes furious. During the bulk of the novel, she is six to nine years old. ” The classmate was referring to Atticus’ decision to defend a black man,. I (to help) my grandparents about the house last week. Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? What might this be?. In the museum I learnt a lot about the history of Lviv, it was really exciting. During the Christmas holiday, the Finch family visit the family homestead, Finch's Landing, to see Aunt Alexandra and cousin Francis. Scout cannot help picking a fight when her father’s position at stake. What does Scout do to keep Mr. Why did Jem jerk repeatedly? 6. trouble? She can read and she tells the teacher about the Cunninghams. She learns the things that are about to take place trial-wise. She works A as a What does the presenter say about the book? A Some of the writers have already had their work published. In the eyes of the community what is Dolphus Raymond’s problem? Why isn’t Miss Maudie going to court? What fact about Atticus’s defense of Tom Robinson does Scout learn from the Idler’s Club? Where do the children sit for the trial? What does this tell you? (Two things?. Last day of summer vacation so if they're killed,. Chapter 10. Immediately afterwards he felt himself gently lifted onto one of the sacks and then he sank into a deep sleep. Scout gets in a fight with Francis, Scout's second cousin. He said that he had just received a letter from his uncle. When Cecil taunts Scout on the playground again, why does she walk away? 31. Well, you see what might happen if a person who doesn't know how to write, starts writing a letter. When she spotted Atticus at the council and found out what it was about she disagreed with her father. ½ page minimum. by Harper Lee First published by J. What lesson does Scout teach Uncle Jack about children and what further lesson does Atticus add? what element Why does Harper Lee keep inserting these incidents where Scout misses the full meaning of an event she witnesses Where do the children sit for the trial? What does this tell you?. Once they return to Maycomb, Scout informs Jack what Francis said about Atticus, and Jack becomes furious. What “subtle change” does Scout notice in her father? 2. В каком из мест из упр. Eventually, Uncle Jack asks Scout to explain her side of the story. Now what did she do? She tempted a negro. he never went hunting, he did not play poker or fish or drink or smoke. They like the tree and Uncle Jack Finch but what they dislike was the uncompromising lineaments of Aunt Alexandra, Uncle Jimmy, and Francis. Scout later tells Uncle Jack in private why she thinks the spanking was unjust, and he agrees with her that he doesn't understand children very well. For centuries we, the MacWizards, have been waiting for this chance. No, he complains to Scout's father d. In the bedroom the candles were burning. Jack spanks her without hearing what Scout has to say, and Scout is upset. ” She then asks him why he is taking on a 5. I liked working in group and pairs , while I was a secondary school student. In fact, CBS would end up with the top 5 rated shows of the 1950-1951 season. Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? What might this be?. Scout has been forced to listen to her classmates ridicule Atticus for being a "nigger-lover," and to her cousin Francis claim that her father is "ruinin' the family. T / F Uncle Jack gave Scout a spanking without hearing her side of the story. ) Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. What does Scout think the teacher is going to do to her hand? 4. She doesn't want to share her father with the world, but she does want everyone to admire him as much as she does. Jem also tells her to not antagonize Aunt Alexandra. Did she swim. What is this? 36. Jack and Isabella have checked into a hotel. How do Jem and Scout meet Dill? How does Scout describe the boy? 8. What are the main points in Heck Tate's evidence?. Chapter Questions-All Chapters - Free download as PDF File (. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. What does this mean and why might he say it? Jack Finch means that Scout thinks that she is older than she is. When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. 'Oh, Andrew, I'm so While in the hotel, Jack should form an opinion about the location, surroundings and the services Jules Verne's father was a lawyer and had his own law practice in Nantes. This chapter introduces Dill, the friend with whom Scout and Jem share adventures, and the mystery surrounding Arthur Radley (whom the children call Boo). 1) Jean Louise Finch, aka "Scout. Chapter 10 Quotation. The sun was rising , when we reached the summit of the mountain. When she explains, Uncle Jack wants to go beat up the little punk himself, but instead he just bandages her still-bleeding hand. To Kill A Mockingbird is about a girl named Scout and her experiences through a small portion of her childhood. My mother (to translate) an article from English into Russian the day before yesterday. Top of page 58. Scout describes her as being “fanatical about my attire” because Scout likes wearing overalls. Jack and Isabella have checked into a hotel. RL What does Scout tell her teacher about Walter Cunningham? How does her uncle respond? Cite specific quotes to support your answers. She uses her words instead of her fists, which shows how much she's grown. Chapter 6 (p. Isabella says she has been there before. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird there is a great example of this. This can be examplified by the fact that when Scout is able to read better than the teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher had expected, Miss Caroline Fisher told her to tell her father to stop teaching her how to read. Where does her father work? 7. Cunningham and speaks to himabout his son Walter and his court case, trying to diffusethe situation. She doesn't really understand why the lynch mob is at the jail house, only that they might hurt her father, and disarms them by talking to Mr. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. She said that she did not go to that shop very often. List his faults as she sees them. Smith was reading a book near a fireplace. She doesn't have a moment to tell her side of the story, and moments later they're on their way back home. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. He tells them to only shoot tin cans but to never shoot birds. The daughter-in-law saw her father-in-law, but didn't see her husband. Now, as an adult things have changed in Maycomb and Scout can see farther. "The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny" finishes second overall in the Hooper ratings for the 1950-1951 season, with a 19. Atticus has brought Scout up by instilling in her wisdom and compassion beyond her years. What uncle Jack learned from his brother and Scout was that before criticism or making a decision and get one or the other angry, listen to both sides. Scout gets in a fight with Francis, Scout's second cousin. I've got two brothers and a sister. ½ page minimum. ) Chapters ten and eleven are the last two chapters in the first part of the book. Atticus also tells Uncle Jack that he is defending Tom Robinson because. 18) Why does Bob Ewell hate Atticus even more after the Tom Robinson trial? Who are the people he tries to harass? 19) What happens to Jem and Scout as they are walking home from the school pageant? Who saves them? 20) What is Heck Tate going to tell everyone about what happened? Why is he going to say this? 21) What description does Scout give. Jem and Scout are looking forward to seeing their Uncle Jack but they are not looking forward to seeing their Aunt Alexandra and Francis. he never. What present does Atticus give to Jem and. At the beginning of this chapter, Scout is ashamed of Atticus. What is this? 6. e I tried. 'Oh, Andrew, I'm so While in the hotel, Jack should form an opinion about the location, surroundings and the services Jules Verne's father was a lawyer and had his own law practice in Nantes. Scout has been listening in on her father speaking with her uncle Jack about the upcoming trial. Atticus muses that Scout needs to learn to keep her temper under control because in the next few months, there is going to be a lot in store for the family. He is a lawyer and was once known as "One-shot Finch" and "the deadest shot in Maycomb County. After a while, for a number of reasons, the boy gave it all up and left the city and his mother in disgust. How does Scout explain her behavior to Uncle Jack? According to her, what was unjust about the way he punished her? What does she then make him promise? 9. Atticus hopes that the bitterness and racism that the trial is bound to stir up do not affect his children. Atticus then explains to Scout that, 'Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to. How does the above comments illustrate that racism exists not only in the town, but also within the Finch family as well? 11. What did Peter's friends think about the programme? 3. Atticus Finch is the middle-aged father of Jem and Scout Finch. What is frightening to the children about the. He sat in the living room and read. They didn't like them because both Jem and Scout didn't have much to say to them and Francis and Scout didn't get along. Francis tells Alexandra and Uncle Jack that Scout hit him, and Uncle Jack spanks her without hearing her side of the story. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. Scout gets in a fight with Francis, Scout's second cousin. Scout makes an interesting discovery by finding the gum in the knot-hole of the oak tree. It is a relationship similar to Atticus, but he can be What does Miss Maudie teach Scout about her father?. What uncle Jack learned from his brother and Scout was that before criticism or making a decision and get one or the other angry, listen to both sides. I admired my brother. While offering to the Lord the results of Mr. Who annoyed Scout saying that her dad defends niggers? (first name) Cecil What made Atticus take that case ? selfrespect Will Atticus win the case ? NO What is the relationship between Jack and Scout ? uncle What is the relationship between Alexandra and Scout ? Aunt Who is Alexandra's grandson ? Francis According to Francis, Atticus is. How did the blacks attending the trial respond to Atticus as he passed by?. 7b Change partners and repeat. At school, she fights with a classmate who declares “Scout Finch’s daddy defends niggers. ) Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle. What does Scout overhear her father and uncle talking about? (Two answers) Uncle Jack teaches Jem and Scout how to use their new air rifles. When Cecil taunts Scout on the playground again, why does she walk away? 31. at night is Walter Cunningham's father. She tells him about Walter's troubles at school. She doesn't have a moment to tell her side of the story, and moments later they're on their way back home. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. ) Describe Aunt Alexandra and explain her negative feelings about Scout. TKAM Characters – Family Tree Atticus Finch – Father, lawyer, widower Jean Louise “Scout” Finch - The narrator and protagonist of the story Jem Finch Scout’s brother & playmate Arthur “Boo” Radley A recluse whose whereabouts are unknown. Aunt Alexandra moves in and tells Scout she can’t visit Calipurnia. In the bedroom the candles were burning. The early part of the novel details Scout and Jem's childhood adventures with their neighbor, Dill, who has come to Maycomb for the summer. S cout, Im tellin you for the last time, shut your trap or go home. Where do the children sit for the trial? AND What does this tell you. " do not know / don't know. Also, he didn't do the activities the other fathers did. TKAM Characters – Family Tree Atticus Finch – Father, lawyer, widower Jean Louise “Scout” Finch - The narrator and protagonist of the story Jem Finch Scout’s brother & playmate Arthur “Boo” Radley A recluse whose whereabouts are unknown. Write (copy) the lyrics to a song that details a theme of TKAM. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. Scout lets her fists fly against Cecil but she can't forget the accusation. She tells him about Walter's troubles at school. As a parent, therefore, he is easy-going but wise, not worrying about petty things, but instead teaching his children important values. Atticus knows that she is listening and is hoping to pass on some of his morals to her. The Honorary Uncle trope as used in popular culture. What lesson does Scout teach Uncle Jack about children and what further lesson does Atticus add? what element Why does Harper Lee keep inserting these incidents where Scout misses the full meaning of an event she witnesses Where do the children sit for the trial? What does this tell you?. He allows her to do so, becoming angry upon learning of Francis's behavior. I think this is dumb, and it doesnt let students excel. This a humorous incident from Jem and Scout's visit to Finch's Landing at Christmas. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: ). What does Scouts reaction to her aunts comments about how she should be behaving tell us about her character, also how is this different to the way she reacts to her cousin when he taunts her. Trial Scene from the Play To Kill a Mockingbird held at the Hartford Playhouse. Therefore, as you read the novel. Scout says that “Atticus was feeble”. She was white and she tempted a negro. Uncle Jack pinned my arms to my sides and said Stand still! Aunt Alexandra ministered to Francis, wiping his tears away with her handkerchief. when christmas comes around, uncle jack comes to stay with atticus. Atticus looked afraid then. After Scout tells Uncle Jack her side of the story, why does he keep his word and not tell Atticus? 45. One night at the Landing, Francis calls Dill a runt. Name 3 reasons Jem and Scout are embarrassed by their father. When Francis calls Atticus a Negro-Lover (still in worse context)more than once in fact, Scout proceeds to lose control of her anger and she punches Francis in the face. Annie does not like the mountain. He loses the job a few days later and blames Atticus. Uncle Jack spanks Scout for hitting Francis. Comment on Judge Taylors attitude toward his job. How does Aunt Alexandra perpetuate (promote and continue) stereotypes? 33. Scout thinks Uncle Jack treated her unfairly because he punished her without listening to her side of the story. Atticus tells Jem that "it's a sin to kill a mockingbird" (10. What reason does he give for saying this? 3. Scout describes her as being “fanatical about my attire” because Scout likes wearing overalls. What does Scout make Uncle Jack promise not to tell Atticus? Why does Atticus not tell Scout to go to bed earlier when he is talking with Jack? What complaint does Scout have regarding Atticus? Why, according to Miss Maudie, does Atticus believe it's a sin to kill a mockingbird? What target does Scout want to shoot at? Identify Tim Johnson. What does this mean and why might he say it?- "Growing out of her pants" means that Uncle Jack thinks she's at a point belonging with the older age being allowed to curse, but she's only a second grader. Scout's primary identification with her father and older brother allows her to describe the variety and depth of female characters in the novel both as one of them and as an outsider. ) Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack?. Why might Dill have told such lies? What reasons does Atticus give for the children not to play the Boo Radley game?. Lowes tells Estelle the truth, that she is not an orphan, the ten year old gets a nasty shock. When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. Dubose was the “bravest person” he ever knew. The unfairness of the trial hits her full force here as she realizes that the justice system failed. Thus, she also learns that her. How does Uncle Jack protect Scout? doesn't tell atticus. Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack?. She said it was part of the youth culture, with which she felt very much at home. Scout forces him too b. I think that Atticus, being wise and compassionate and always insisting on doing what is right, allowed his children to call him Atticus because Scout and Jem were devastated by their. In truth, Scout is much like Atticus -- she has strong moral principles and can explain things to people in ways that allow them to understand her perspective. When Jem tells Scout about getting his trousers back, he tells her of something strange. What does Scout make her Uncle Jack promise not to tell Atticus the truth about? 7. " The child Scout marvels that her father knew she was listening to his conversation with Uncle Jack; the adult Jean Louise marvels that he wanted her to overhear the. Chapter 10 1. What is Scout's relationship with her father? A strong relationship in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee is that of Atticus Finch with his daughter Scout Finch. What does jem tell atticus in chapter 8. • Murder and Rape trials are not fit for ladies to hear. " Atticus Who spits on Atticus Bob Ewell What is Mrs. " She not only disappoints her father but also her Uncle Jack when he says "I'm disappointed in you -you had that coming aand you know it. I'm not entirely sure what her comment about Uncle Jack means. Why do you think Atticus wanted Scout to overhear what he said?. What does Atticus tell Jack he hopes Jem and Scout will do instead of listening to the town? Interpreting Meaning. Scout's teacher who tells her to quit learning to read: Tom Robinson: Man accused of the rape of Mayella Ewell: Mayella Ewell: Accusing Tom Robinson of rape: Burris Ewell: Classmate of Scout that has "cooties" Uncle Jack: A medical doctor, brings air guns to the children for Christmas: Aunt Alexandra: Wants Scout to be more lady like: Atticus. Sue (to learn) a difficult text by heart yesterday. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. Atticus hopes that the bitterness and racism that the trial is bound to stir up do not affect his children. Why doesn’t Scout want Uncle Jack to tell Atticus what Francis said? 8. What does this mean and why might he say it?. She tries to have a normal conversation with with them and tries to act innocent to show them they are people and show them that it's their father and they need him. Jem and Scout also recalled seeing everyone going to the trial, white and blacks. What does he say? Why? 9. (ask) Gerry, but he was short of money too. Scout says that “Atticus was feeble”. She would not have listened to her father, who had been like a god to her and “ Our gods are remote from us, Jean Louise. In what ways are they similar? In what ways are they distinct? (Con-. What does Scout think the teacher is going to do to her hand? 4. Did she swim. • Murder and Rape trials are not fit for ladies to hear. "You are right," her mum said. Francis told Scout that her dad is a "n***** lover". Uncle jack’s. Now it's time to act. Why does Scout fight her cousin after the Christmas dinner at Finch’s Landing? 6. What complaint does Scout have regarding Atticus?- she says he can't do anything and has no talent. What is “Maycomb’s usual diseas”? Chapter 10: 1. Why do you think Atticus wanted Scout to overhear what he said?. He tells his daughter that;. What do the children think of her? 21. Also, he didn't do the activities the other fathers did. What does Scout overhear her father telling Uncle Jack about Tom Robinson? That Tom Robinson is innocent but there is no way an all-white jury will ever acquit him. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. Scout was embarrassed when she looked around and realized that she didn't know any of these men. As she says, "I don't mean to sass you, I'm just tryin' to tell you" (p113). Uncle Jack explains that he doesn't want to have children because he doesn't understand them well enough. Isabella says she has been there before. I admired my brother. Why is Scout upset with her Uncle Jack? Chapter 10: Atticus shoots Tim Johnson 1. What persuades the lynching-party to give up their attempt on Tom's life? 9. He allows her to do so, becoming angry upon learning of Francis's behavior. Scout overhears Uncle Jack and Atticus talking. To Kill A Mockingbird is about a girl named Scout and her experiences through a small portion of her childhood. Why did Scout split her knuckle to the bone on Francis's front teeth? 8. What does Atticus do that surprises his children in Chapter 10?. The events in Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” are told from the point of view of six-year-old Scout Finch, as she witnesses the transformations that take place in her small Alabama town during a controversial trial in which her father agrees to defend a black man who is unjustly accused of raping a white woman. Yes, he gives her multiple gifts 3. Scout underscores this point when she tells her Uncle Jack he has been unfair in assigning all the blame to her after her fight with Cousin Francis. During the Christmas holiday, the Finch family visit the family homestead, Finch's Landing, to see Aunt Alexandra and cousin Francis. ” Scout curses him and beats him up. Although he does want Scout to become more of a Lady, he doesn’t want her to change entirely. Chapter 9: Back at school, Scout defends herself against classmate, Cecil Jacobs, who accused Atticus of "defending niggers" (82). Provide three details from the chapter that #11. Scout has been forced to listen to her classmates ridicule Atticus for being a "nigger-lover," and to her cousin Francis claim that her father is "ruinin' the family. Although apparently bluejays are okay. What does Scout do to keep Mr. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. They hate Uncle Jimmy because he is to quiet and is not fun at all while their aunt is so proper that she drives them nuts. Atticus tells Scout to try fighting with her head for a change instead of using her fists. What did the first doctor tell him when he said something was wrong with him? A. Scout tells Uncle Jack, “you never stopped to gimme a chance to tell you my side of it…when Jem an’ I fuss Atticus doesn’t ever just listen to Jem’s side of I, he hears mine too. What does Atticus tell Uncle Jack that he hopes Jem and Scout will do if they can't handle what people are saying about their family? answer choices Fight for their honor. What does this add about living with integrity? Pg 92 “„Uncle Jack, please promise me ­­­_____‟, please sir. (concentrate) 2. With the trial coming up, it is likely that the children will hear many unkind things said about their father. RL What does Scout tell her teacher about Walter Cunningham? How does her uncle respond? Cite specific quotes to support your answers. They didn't like them because both Jem and Scout didn't have much to say to them and Francis and Scout didn't get along. Open the brackets. She eventually learns that she was meant to hear their conversation. In chapter 14 in the book To Kill a Mockingbird, we see new things beginning to unfold. What does Miss Maudie tell Scout about Boo? How does this compare with what Scout already believes? 22. Tom Robinson is convicted of rape. There is one extra phrase that you do not need to use. To Kill A Mockingbird Close Reading Guide: Chapters 1-3. He cares very deeply for her. Nathan and his fathers are the one who want to prevent Boo from being a part of Maycomb. Uncle Jack Finch tells Scout that she is growing out of her pants. He said she had apparently found his gun in his desk and shot herself. Where does her father work? 7. Why does Atticus not tell Scout to go to bed earlier when he is talking to Jack? he wanted her to hear everything he said. She tells him about Walter's troubles at school. What does this mean and why might he say it? When Francis talks to Scout he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra. When they do actually become parents however, they soon realise that giving a child or teenager lots of freedom is not always the best thing to do. Tell him/her what you do in your free time. Why does Atticus feel he must defend Tom Robinson? What does Atticus ask Scout to do after he explains that he has to defend Tom Robinson? Compare Aunt Alexandra, Atti-cus, and Uncle Jack. No, he complains to Scout's father d. Dec 5, 2015 - Justice vs Injustice. When Francis calls Atticus a Negro-Lover (still in worse context)more than once in fact, Scout proceeds to lose control of her anger and she punches Francis in the face. Atticus later tells the children, after her death, that Mrs. At the end of the book Jem brakes his arm at the elbow by Bob Ewell. In the last sentence of this chapter, what does Scout mean? When she grew older, she realized that her father wanted her to hear what he had said to Uncle Jack that night. What does Scout make Uncle Jack promise not to tell Atticus? Why does Atticus not tell Scout to go to bed earlier when he is talking with Jack? What complaint does Scout have regarding Atticus? Why, according to Miss Maudie, does Atticus believe it's a sin to kill a mockingbird? What target does Scout want to shoot at? Identify Tim Johnson. Scout fought with her cousin Francis at Christmas because he insulted her father for defending Tom Robinson. ELA-LITERACY. A friend of hers, who was a year Then I can tell you all about the paintings, and you can see the kinds of things I'm trying to do John's abilities were obvious and when he was 12, a talent scout from one of the big football clubs. TKAM Characters – Family Tree Atticus Finch – Father, lawyer, widower Jean Louise “Scout” Finch - The narrator and protagonist of the story Jem Finch Scout’s brother & playmate Arthur “Boo” Radley A recluse whose whereabouts are unknown. He will be traveling through Europe. However, when they return to Maycomb, she tells Jack everything. Jem is so enraged by the discussion of the trial that he yells at Scout and tells her to never mention the trial again. Scout thinks Uncle Jack treated her unfairly because he punished her without listening to her side of the story. Does Scout learn anything from overhearing Atticus's conversation with Uncle Jack? What might this be? 41. The unfairness of the trial hits her full force here as she realizes that the justice system failed. What is this? 40. She learns the things that are about to take place trial-wise. Scout learns just how hard it is for Atticus taking on this trial. During the Christmas holiday, the Finch family visit the family homestead, Finch's Landing, to see Aunt Alexandra and cousin Francis.
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