- Pre-Writing: List the ways that you learn more about a character’s personality, expectations, life, dreams etc.
- Answer the following questions in your notebook.
- Respond to the discussion questions by creating a blog post on OYSTER Academy (formerly For Love of Education). I have sent an invitation. You will need to accept the invitation sent to the address associated with your WordPress.com site.
- Respond to the Key Question on your blog.
- Read “In Defense of a Loaded Word” by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
- What does the following sentence on page 19 reveal about Scout’s character? “Jem says my name’s really Jean Louise Bullfinch, that I got swapped when I was born and I’m really a…”
- On page 23, Atticus explains to Jem and Scout why Mr. Cunningham does not pay him in money. What does his explanation reveal about his character? Provide one piece of evidence that supports your answer.
- Consider Scout’s interactions with Calpurnia on pages 27 and 32. What do these interactions (considered together) reveal about Calpurnia? Provide at least two pieces of specific evidence to support your answer.
How do today’s chapters develop your understanding of class differences in Maycomb?
One of the most famous lines in To Kill a Mockingbird is when Atticus tells Scout, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view—until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” (33).To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee by
What does this line reveal about Atticus? Select one additional piece of evidence from the text that helps to support your answer.