To Kill a Mockingbird

What lessons does Atticus teach the children over the course of the novel so far, and how do these lessons relate to the theme of the importance of moral education?

i justneed to know what type of lessons Atticus teaches his kids.

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Atticus teaches his children to reserve judgment about people until they've lived in their skins.... until they've been in their situation and seen the world from their perspective.

Atticus allowed his children to experience the real world.... no sugar coating, no lies. He exposed them to the evils in society.

Atticus taught his children to appreciate beauty and to protect innocence.

Through example, Atticus taught his children to hold their heads high and act with integrity.