Do you think Atticus can be a great father to Jem more so than Scout, since Atticus and Jem are both males? When dinner rolled around everybody sat at the big table except Scout. Atticus says you have to be honest with them. Summary: Chapter 11 On the way to the business district in Maycomb is the house of Mrs. What would Atticus think about this fight? Do you think Atticus is doing a good job rearing Scout and Jem? How does that person make you feel? He told her she should want to grow up to be a lady. So Scout did the unthinkable and walked away from a fight because she didn't want to let Atticus down, and she made good on that bargain until Christmas.
This changes their view about Atticus. Atticus tells Uncle Jack some things about children: answer them truthfully, and bad language is less dangerous than hotheadedness. Why would Atticus want Scout to hear? They don't eat up people's gardens, don't nest in corncribs, they don't do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. When a child asks you something, answer him, for goodness' sake. Analysis of Part 2 Chapters 9 - 14 As Scout's fights with school children, and her cousin Francis, would suggest, the trial is going to be a major hurdle for the Finch family. Scout was shocked and asked if all lawyers defend black people.
Discuss the exchange between Scout and Francis at Finch's Landing. Scout gave away that she and Dill planned to get married when they were older. On page 94 the children learn the truth about Dill. Jack promises and keeps his word. Do you think this has something to do with the trial? Alexandra constantly harped on the fact that Scout wore pants.
Why was Atticus defending him? Scout tells Atticus about the fight and asks him what they boy meant. This is the first introduction to the trial. If you do not have anyone similar to Aunt Alexandra, share a character in a movie or television show that reminds you of her. School teaches prejudices and not acceptance. Uncle Jack was her favorite relative because he was so nice and funny. He said that he had to do it although he knew he wasn't going to win because if he didn't take on this fight, he couldn't expect Jem or Scout to ever mind him again, and he couldn't represent their town in the state legislature.
Jem takes a baton from Scout and destroys all of Mrs. She told him what Francis had been saying about Atticus. Give at least five reasons why or why not. This brings the day to an abrupt end. Atticus said that he was worried that Scout would beat somebody up over this and that Jem would be able to take the pressure. It's when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what.
Scout raised her hand to beat the hell out of him but then she remembered what Atticus had said. Atticus explained to Jack that he knew Scout tried to do the right thing, and although she didn't even come close to it most of the time, she knew that Atticus knew she tried and that's all that mattered. Scout snapped and grabbed Francis around the neck and cussed at him and told him to take it back. Would your parents or guardians agree with Uncle Jack? He wanted her to remember that although it might get ugly, these people were still their friends and Maycomb County was still their home. The house had 360 sets down a hill and ended with a big house with unusual construction. Although Jack wanted to tear Francis up for the things he said, Scout made him promise not to say anything because she didn't want Atticus to know she'd let him down by fighting over someone saying bad things about him.
Scout asked Atticus if he defended black people and Atticus answered that of course he does. She also has to put up with the prim and proper Alexandra, who insists that Scout dress like a lady instead of wearing pants. Scout waited patiently for Francis to come out so she could beat him up. She was tempted every year to ask Alexandria if she could join them on the big table and even asked Atticus to use his influence to get her to the big table but he said that when you are a guest you sit wherever the host tells you to sit. Dubose, a cantankerous old lady who always shouts at Jem and Scout as they pass by. As punishment, Jem must go to her house every day for a month and read to her.
He didn't say a word. Scout ran to Atticus for comfort and Atticus said it was high time she went home. She sticks up for her father. The next morning was Christmas and after receiving the air rifles they begged for, it was time to go to to visit their. In an old fashioned Southern town like Maycomb, racism abounds. He never behaved like a doctor. Scout explains that Jack had acted unfairly when he punished her before getting all of the facts.
Atticus had asked Jack to buy it for him. Christmas arrives, and so does Atticus' brother Jack. When Uncle Jack got off the train and Scout and Jem first saw him he had two packages. How does defending an African American affect Atticus? Francis annoyingly came and sat by Scout and they started to chat. Spoken by Miss Maudie Atkinson to Scout.
Atticus asked if he explained it to her and Jack said no. Uncle Jack tried to justify whipping her and said that she had it coming. But don't make a production of it. He wants them to look up to him and to follow his example. Scout asked Uncle Jack to drop it. . After opening presents, everyone goes to Finch's Landing to spend the rest of the day.