To Kill a Mockingbird

To kill a mockingbird CH1-11

1.What things happened to the children that they could not find answers for?

2.What were the children at school calling Atticus?

3. What did Atticus tell to children to do when they heard other children call him names?

4. What did Atticus explain to them about this? How was Atticus preparing the children for what was going to happen that summer?

5. Why did Scout consider that her father did not do anything? Explain.

6.When and why is the title of the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" mentioned?

7. Who revealed things about Atticus to the children? What things did she tell the children about atticus?

8.Why didn't Atticus himself show the children that he could do those things?

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One day in October they find two little figures in their secret knothole, a boy and a girl, carved artfully out of soap. Upon closer examination, they realize that the figures are images of themselves. They wonder who could have done it - maybe Mr. Avery, a neighbor who whittles wood. In a couple of weeks, they find a package of chewing gum, an old spelling bee medal, a broken pocket watch on a chain, and an aluminum knife. Jem can't get it the watch to work, but he and Scout decide to write a letter thanking the mystery person who is leaving them these gifts. They write a note of thanks and leave it in the oak tree.

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