What have you learned so far in the novel about Atticus views on raising children? What do you think of his philosophy?
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I'm not exactly sure what Atticis' philosophy is, but he is a great dad and role model. As a father, he never talks down to his children and speaks to them like they're adults. He is patient, understanding, fair, and expects the rules of the house to be obeyed. Atticus lives what he preaches as a father and models the behavior he expects from his children at all times. He was definitely NOT the dad who says, "Do as I say and not as I do."
To Kill a Mockingbird