Jem and Atticus get into a conversation about changing the law so rape is not a capitol offense. Reply Delete. Flashcard maker : Suzette Hendon. What was " 'round the back steps" when Calpurnia came in on Monday morning?. Why did Atticus think Scout and Jem disobeyed him when Ms. Ewell give for not running after Tom Robinson? Do you feel this is a valid (good) excuse? Why or why not? Why. What question does Atticus ask the Sherriff three times and why is this question so important? Explain why Jem tells Reverend Sykes that it is okay for Scout to stay in the courtroom. "Try to go to sleep," he said, "It'll be all over after tomorrow, maybe. When we did I felt so guilty I couldn’t stop crying. Describe how Jem constructs his "snow man. Dill was not very effected by the verdict and neither was Scout, although they both had certainly thought that they would have won the trial and knew that the verdict had. What connection does Scout make that causes her to cry? 22. Maybe it was the sunlight poking through the leaves from her spot up in the tree. Why does bob ewell want to kill atticus? 7. How was the singing different in Calpurnia’s church than the one they usually go to? 7. Scout describes the opening of Tom Robinson's trial as a "gala occasion. Scout and Jem hear someone walking. Answer the questions after reading each chapter. Jem turned back to Dill, explaining, I suppose, the finer points of the trial to him, but I wondered what they were. When you write a character analysis, you must define that character's role. There is a crunching sound and Jem. Avery and Miss Maudie, and she tries to question Jem and Scout about the trial. Chapter 21. He knows it has done no harm to him or Scout, so they must not hurt it. Why does Dill cry and have to leave? 8. Who do Jem and Scout live with and why? 3. after Jem and Dill told Scout never to speak of the things they did involving Boo Radley, Jem told everything to Atticus; Dill and Jem made rude remarks to Scout that since she was a girl she would not be able to keep her mouth shut, but Scout did and Jem did not; Atticus was the one to figure out Boo Radley put the blanket on Scout. How and when did Scout and Jem’s mother die? 3. How did Bob Ewell die? Boo stabbed Ewell with Ewell's own knife. What excuse does Mr. Who is Heck Tate? What is his testimony? After Mr. On (page 286) "Dill told them what Miss Rachel said If a man like Atticus Finch wants to butt his head against a stone wall it his head". Make a list of the characters introduced. What does Lee accomplish by having Jem ask Nathan Radley about the cement in the knot hole? 8. One day, Jem and Scout see a dog acting strange. The plot and overtones can make for some interesting and sometimes spirited discussions if you're involved with a book club, reading. People were making fun of Atticus. Maybe it was the talking of the wizards as they woke up and ate their breakfast. What mistake did Tom make on the stand? Why was it a mistake Chapter 20 1. His reading finally ended and Scout and Jem did not see Mrs. Scout: Jem! Jem! Use your gemstones! [A character in a red bird costume shows up. As the novel proceeds certain characters are linked with the three main characters to form a dramatic story of events, attitudes, prejudices and values. When we did I felt so guilty I couldn’t stop crying. This was the end of innocence for Jem. (Look at the speech beginning, “This is their home, sister”. The Jem'Hadar redirects here; for the species, please see Jem'Hadar. This quote shows that in trial, Tom Robinson explains how he is a hard worker. Throughout the book, Harper Lee showed Jem doing mature things and growing up but this occurence with Bob Ewell and how Jem saved Scout's life for the risk of his is just amazing. Jem and Scout Finch's views of Boo Radly change during the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee from mysterious and frightening to friendly and understanding. The day after the trial, why do people bring food to the Finch home?. Jem started to cry because he noticed the injustice that was being commited. Why did Dill, Scout, and Jem go to the Radley place and why did they leave? How does Dill explain what happened to Jem’s pants? Why is it important to Jem that he gets his pants back? (Name at least two reasons) Name at least three new items Jem and Scout discovered in the knot-hole Why do you think Jem cried at the end of chapter 7?!. Why does Jem cry about the hole in the tree being filled? Chapter 8. Radley that he did not understand before? Find evidence in the text to support your answer. "Apparently Mayella's recital had given her confidence, but it was not her father's brash kind: there was something stealthy about hers, like a steady-eyed cat with a twitchy tail. Why does Scout fight Francis and almost fight Cecil Jacobs? 2. Merriweather mentions? Why does she consider them hypocrites? 5. Chapter 21. Miss Maudie tells Jem that "things are never as bad as they seem. Jot down who says it & why it is important. His reading finally ended and Scout and Jem did not see Mrs. Tom’s trial is the major incident of racism as the entire novel revolves around it. The full meaning of the night's events hit me and I began crying. The PTL empire preacher Jim Bakker built with wife Tammy Bakker crumbled 30 years ago, after financial and sex scandals. Jem would have to stay longer amounts of time as the month went on. What did the kids do to entertain themselves that summer? 4. Explain, in your own words, Atticus’s reasons for this. She gave Jem a slice from the larger cake, and that made Jem feel like an adult. What interferes (even today - maybe more today) with the ideas of judgment by a jury of one's peers? According to the explanation Jem receives, why does this happen? 4. How does Atticus explain “mobs” to the children? Quote: 24. According to Scout, Atticus does "something that interest[s]" her and Jem. Does he take the trial seriously or not? I believe that Judge Taylor did take the trial seriously but jokes around. It started as short amounts of time of reading, but as the month went on, the time between when Jem arrived and the time when the alarm clock would ring increased. In chapter 17 the trial begins, and all of the town is crowded in attendence. What is Jem's reaction to the jury's verdict? Why does he react this way? _____ What does the African American crowd do as Atticus leaves the courtroom? Why? _____ Chapter 22. What characteristics does Miss Maudie show after the fire? What caused the fire? Chapter 9 21. Why did Jem cry during the trial of Tom Robinson? a. Note: all page. Why does Jem cry when he hears the verdict? Think deeply here! What is Atticus' response to Alexandra's attempt to say the children shouldn't have witnessed the trial? What is Atticus implying about the adults of Maycomb? What is Atticus' response to Jem's question about how the jury could have convicted Tom?. Chapters 22-25 1. As the novel proceeds certain characters are linked with the three main characters to form a dramatic story of events, attitudes, prejudices and values. Why did so many people dislike Dolphus Raymond? 9. This helps us understand Jem's feelings because it shows that after the trial, he really did realize that the world is not fair. Why did Atticus think Scout and Jem disobeyed him when Ms. ) Why is Scout pleased when Jem fights her back? Why is she less pleased when he tells Atticus about Dill? Jem is happy that Scout is growing up. In this novel, the mockingbird represents - or is a ____ for - innocence. something of a trial anyway, following Jem about. According to the beginning of the novel, why does Jem think Boo Radley stays inside? 21. Why did Scout and Jem not leave the school until almost everyone else had gone? (One of the disappointments of my life that the pageant scene is not included in the movie version. Why does Scout prefer the world of men to the world in which “fragrant ladies rocked slowly, fanned gently, and drank cool water”? 3. 'Clowns are sad, it's folks that laugh at them. John Taylor is the judge – the person who presides over the courtroom, runs the trial, makes rulings about courtroom procedure, and gives instructions to the jury. Why did Scout drop what she found? 8. Why does Dolphus Raymond pretend to drink liquor? What does Scout think this and the reasons his gives for it? According to Heck Tate, why did Bob Ewell go after Scout and Jem instead of Atticus? 3. Stay safe and healthy. After watching the trial, Jem is confident that Atticus would successfully defend Tom Robinson, because their evidence and clues and statements make sense and are filled with reason and proof. She tells Jem to look who it is. Where did jean, jem and dill sit during the trial? where all the black people sat, and she sat with Reverend Sykes 4. the kids are also informed the whites at the trial are going arter him but the blacks give hin food. look for? 4. Jem and Scout had attended Calpurnia's church only to find out how different she is around her own people. As they walked past Tom they did not look at him, I knew this wasn't very promising. Why did Jem cry during the trial of Tom Robinson? Someone was punching him; Had something in his eye; Felt it wasn't fair; Got a sliver in his toe. Ewell to write something. They’ve done it before, and they did it today and they’ll do it again. How does Aunt Alexandra spend her days in Maycomb? 2. Who are the “hypocrites” Mrs. What mistake did Tom make on the stand? Why was it a mistake Chapter 20 1. Explain, in your own words, Atticus's reasons for this (Look at the speech beginning, "This is their home, sister. I believe that Scout and Jem react differently (Scout actually takes Dill out of the courtroom) because of the way their father has raised them. How did this person get them to leave? Chapter 16 l. Backman cements his standing as a writer of astonishing depth and proves that he also has very broad range plus the remarkable ability to make you understand the feelings of each of a dozen different characters. Why does Jem get so angry at Scout at the end of Chapter 26? 4. He is a racist. What was " 'round the back steps" when Calpurnia came in on Monday morning?. ” Why has Aunt Alexandra come? Why does Aunt Alexandra get angry with Atticus? What does Atticus tell the children about being Finches? Chapter 14 -- “From rape to riot to runaways. 0 - see Path of Exile Wiki:To-do list/3. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is a flashback about two kids that spans over a few years. why did jem cry after he heard the jury's verdict? Tom Has a case forom were he rapped mayella. Additionally by part two of TKAM Jem embraces his manhood-pointing out his chest hair and reading sport magazines. On Jem's birthday he bought himself a train, and bought Scout a. What is Miss Maudie's reaction to everyone wanting to go to the trial? 25. As Scout recalls, “It was Jem’s turn to cry, his face was streaked with angry tears… “It ain’t right, he muttered” (284. Why does Calpurnia suddenly appear in the courtroom? Study Guide Check ___ Chapter 22. In chapter 17 the trial begins, and all of the town is crowded in attendence. " Celine glanced at the front door before looking back to the book she had. Jot down who says it & why it is important. He's got his eyes on Maria, but her uncle forbids their relationship. Why does Atticus ask Bob Ewell to write out his name? What does the jury see when he does this? Ch 19-21 Why does Scout think that Mayella Ewell was “the loneliest person in the world”? In your own words explain Mayella's relationship with her father. Jem started to cry because he noticed the injustice that was being commited. Ewell give for not calling a doctor? 11. She did not think of comparing; but for all that she felt the delicious glow of the fire, the bright light that revelled in every corner of the room, the savoury smells, the comfortable sounds of a boiling kettle, and the hissing, frizzling ham. they left us enough food to bury the family. " Rilla realized that there was nothing else to do. The day after the trial, why do people bring food to the Finch home?. When I breath, I will think of you, for without you I would have been dead years ago. How did Bob Ewell die? 22. When Atticus was questioning Mayella in the courtroom, the flaws were apparent; "’Yes, he hit-I just don’t remember, I just don’t remember’… ‘I ducked and it-it glanced, that’s what it did. In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, what makes Dill cry during the trial? After Mr. In collaboration with Drs. They did not need to be crashed for what he had hoped for, was the correct thing. Atticus killed the. jWhat does Atticus mean when he says, it \"seems that only children weep\"?On the morning after the trial, the kitchen table in the Finch. After the men leave, Jem reveals his fears to Atticus. As we read To Kill a Mockingbird, you will be expected to complete all of the critical thinking, analysis, and synthesis activities in this packet. Jem and Atticus also talk about the prejudiced of the jury in the trial. This aside I heard Atticus would be defending a black man in court. it's because he wants to stay inside. This shows his character even more as a mature child, he can run away and be alone for days but he can't take the way people talk to other people showing childlike innocence. After the verdict of the trial, Jem is angry at the injustice. Atticus also explains to Jem and Scout that in court, a white man's word also beats a Negroes. This article was co-authored by Jamie Korsmo, PhD. Jem ages from ten to thirteen over the course of. Atticus proves that to the jury, and Scout and Jem are astonished when Tom is slapped with a guilty verdict anyway. 37) Why does the group at the jail disperse after Scout's talk? Chapter Sixteen. According to Dramatica's analysis of the book, the children change when they realize that Radley has saved their lives; they finally understand his perspective and accept that he is. 110 Scout and _____, went through the house of horrors on Halloween. What is Dill's full name? 5. Is Atticus a good father? Why or why not? 3. Stay safe and healthy. In what year does the trial take place? 17. Why? What alternative does Atticus suggest? 3. I think I'll be a clown when I get grown,' said Dill. Game data updates will go live when the patch is live. Learning how to write a character analysis requires a thorough reading of the literary work with attention to what the author. He thought that he was treating him with strong hatred and disrespect that he did not deserve even if he was black. Scout listens and later asks Jem how Miss Gates can lecture about how it isn't right to kill others, when she came out of the courthouse after the trial and was overheard saying that it was about time that someone taught the blacks in town a lesson. Why is Scout looking forward to school? 2. Why does Jem say the "mixed children" are sad? 26. What reasons did Mr. She is walking home from school. after Jem and Dill told Scout never to speak of the things they did involving Boo Radley, Jem told everything to Atticus; Dill and Jem made rude remarks to Scout that since she was a girl she would not be able to keep her mouth shut, but Scout did and Jem did not; Atticus was the one to figure out Boo Radley put the blanket on Scout. After the trial, why did Miss Maudie bake a large cake and only two small one's. Why did dill start crying during the tom robinson trial?. What subtle change does Scout notice in Atticus? 23. The PTL empire preacher Jim Bakker built with wife Tammy Bakker crumbled 30 years ago, after financial and sex scandals. Why did Jem’s pants get stuck in the Radley fence? 6. What do we learn about Dill’s character? Chapter 2. He can't quite explain his feelings, but Mr. Going back to that place by himself—I remembered Miss Stephanie: Mr. Sometimes Jem felt as if he wanted to burn. Atticus Finch d. " - Dolphus Raymond to Dill Background: During Tom Robinson's trial, Dill starts crying uncontrollably when seeing how differently (and rudely) Tom is treated compared to the other witnesses. Dill is the one who dares Jem to touch the Radley house. at the end of the chapeter, he says his father is gentleman, like me. Carson does (by doing good after his son’s death), and John does (by confessing and being willing to stand trial). They are not corrupted with world's bias system. Include how much time is passing. Summary and Analysis Part 2: Chapters 21-23 Summary. The hypocrisy of Maycomb’s residents. He becomes an easy victim of racism just because of the color of his skin. He has witnessed bigotry, ignorance and hate first hand. Why did Jem cry? He cried because it wasn't fair that the Tom should be convicted of something he didn't do, and the jruy knew he didn't do this and yet they still sentenced him to death. However, the rest of Maycomb was on Mayella and Mr. After the trial "'[Miss Maudie] thought to [herself], well, we're making a step -- it's just a baby-step, but it's a step'" (Lee, 289). Ewell begins to testify? 9. To Kill a Mockingbird continues to have life within the world; its ongoing activities in the realm of censorship show that it is a book which deals with regional moralism. It makes me hurt!! - #Beautiful #brotherly #care #devices #hurt #jem #love #romantic #soo #Tessa #Triangle. €€€After the trial, Miss Maudie bakes three cakes. And even though Jem doesn't like to think of the courthouse, it aided tremendously to his growth. Why did Jem tell Atticus that Dill was there? Ch. To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide by Course Hero What's Inside Jem Jeremy Atticus Finch (Jem) is Scout's older brother, 10 years old at the novel's beginning. Outside, Miss Stephanie Crawford is gossiping with Mr. Why was Halloween a planned event this year? 9. Or perhaps it's just revenge - after all, Scout and Jem don't have much to do with Tom directly, but attacking them is a powerful way to hurt Atticus. Jem specifically matures throughout the process of the Tom Robinson case and learns a positive lesson from the trial. After the trial Jem was crying, CRYING. Why her college-football-star brothers won’t even call home. Explain, in your own words, Atticus’s reasons for this. After the brutal murder of. Jamie Korsmo is a Ph. Jem knows they found him guilty simply because he was black. Why is Atticus taking Tom Robinson's case, other than that he was asked to? 3. We realise he was crying out of sympathy for Boo. Racism in To Kill a Mockingbird Incident -1. (Look at the speech beginning, “This is their home, sister”. Oh, why didn't they look for me?" "They did—but you couldn't be found. We saw Jem go from doing childish things to understanding more complex subjects in the span of two years. "Apparently Mayella's recital had given her confidence, but it was not her father's brash kind: there was something stealthy about hers, like a steady-eyed cat with a twitchy tail. Why is Miss Caroline angry with Scout? 4. The device requires about six weeks of healing before you can start using it. How many houses separated the Finch residence from the Radley place? 4. How was the singing different in Calpurnia's church than the one they usually go to? 7. of Maycomb after the trial Tom takes the stand Scout sees Boo Radley for the first time Jem cries as he leaves the He saw Mayella on the floor crying and screaming and Tom Robinson Take off. She looked at the front door from her spot on the couch in Audrey's living room. Avery and Miss Maudie, and she tries to question Jem and Scout about the trial. Jem and Scout find it an experience which teaches them about right and wrong and racism. HarperAcademic. What was the jury's verdict? The jury found Tom Robinson guilty. Now, televangelist Bakker is back, with a new message and a new sales pitch. 22: SG 1: Jem's reaction to the verdict is nothing other than crying. Why does Jem cry after the trial? 19. What, briefly, has happened to Arthur "Boo" Radley? 4. Tom was found guilty. Jem looked from the girl-doll to me. What did Jem find when he went back for his pants? Why is this so disturbing to Jem? What items appear in the tree knot-hole? How are they different from the previous items? What reason does Mr. Jem was silent but later asked Atticus if the tree indeed was dying. "It was Jem's turn to cry. Scout felt the same way, too. Why do you think Nathan Radley filled up the hole in the tree? 4. Why does Atticus save Miss Maudie's oak rocking chair? 4. Symbols are objects, characters, figures, and colors used to represent abstract ideas or concepts. After a few minutes, the judge came out and the trial began. It was Jem’s turn to cry. Why does Dill suddenly begin to cry? Chapter 20. Jem sat from after breakfast until sunset and would have remained overnight had not Atticus severed his supply lines. Flashcard maker : Suzette Hendon. The quote’s showing that Jem is maturing and was doing what was right because of that. Dill is just a little boy, and he knows of no other way to deal with this kind of injustice. Ewell; Atticus; Mr. Why do you think Jem seems so jaded?. Jem, Scout and Dill wait for the lunch group to reenterthe courthouse so they can sneak in without their fathernoticing. To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee. Jem Finch Enlightens Us. Which literacy technique is used in the following statement? "Maycomb was an old town. The mad dog is a symbol of the evil the town has in their hearts and that soon it will be destroyed, since Atticus is seen as a hero after he looses the trial. Atticus said that in _____, all men are treated equally. Ewell has a permanent grudge against the people associated with the trial? 7. They may not have realized it, but Jem believed he was doing the right thing, and he was. On the day of the trial, Jem and Scout slip in on the balcony (where the black people sit) to make sure Atticus did not see them. Chapter 1 1. Tom Robinson states in trial, "No suh, I works in his yard fall an' wintertime. What interferes (even today - maybe more today) with the ideas of judgment by a jury of one's peers? According to the explanation Jem receives, why does this happen? 4. Jem also demonstrates his knowledge and understanding of the events taking place throughout the trial by commenting on certain aspects. Why does the fact that Jem’s pants are fixed scare him? 2. I told Calpurnia to tell them thank you, and that I'm very grateful, but also to tell them not to do it again, times are too hard to have been giving like that. To Kill a Mockingbird. Jem’s anger indicates his unwillingness to accept and understand the truth; thus, making him immature. To Kill a Mockingbird Discussion Questions. Why does Atticus decide to keep the blanket. Yet Jem picked up his lesson in the Tom Robinson trial about not killing Mockingbirds, but Scout does not understand the injustice of the trial ,so she does not cry at the verdict. In “To Kill a Mockingbird”, by Harper Lee in chapter twelve, Jem and Scout learn that Calpurnia speaks and acts differently around her coloured folk’s than when she is in the Finch household. What is the significance of the gifts in the tree? How does this reveal that Boo watches Jem and Scout very closely? 10. Ewell begin answering questions so informally? How does Judge Taylor react to this? 8. What did Jem do after Mrs. The girl-doll wore bangs. He was proud, but he made her promise not to tell. (The page number is not given; I did this on purpose. Why did Dill, Scout, and Jem go to the Radley place and why did they leave? How does Dill explain what happened to Jem’s pants? Why is it important to Jem that he gets his pants back? (Name at least two reasons) Name at least three new items Jem and Scout discovered in the knot-hole Why do you think Jem cried at the end of chapter 7?!. Explain why Mr. Calpurnia brings a note telling Atticus that Scout and Jem are missing, which causes him great concern until Mr. Jem and Scout find it an experience which teaches them about right and wrong and racism. Throughout To Kill a Mockingbird Jem and Scout change tremendously. Nathan Radley fills the hole in the tree with cement. Miss Maudie refuses to attend the trial saying thatwatching someone on trial for their life is like a Romancarnival. Jem turned back to Dill, explaining, I suppose, the finer points of the trial to him, but I wondered what they were. What is the first thing Scout finds in the knot-hole of the oak? 40. Why did Jem cry during the trial of Tom Robinson? a. What was the verdict? How did Jem react? 7. ” “Then {Jem} rose and broke the remaining code. This quote shows that in trial, Tom Robinson explains how he is a hard worker. Especially as Tom Robinson’s trial approaches, Jem becomes both moodier and more of an adult. After Bob Ewell testifies and signs his name using his left hand, Jem says, "We've got him" (Lee, 52). This occurs throughout the entire book. People were making fun of Atticus. Jem put the note in an envelope. Write the answers using complete sentences in your practice notebook. ) According to Jem, why does Boo stay "shut up in his house all the time?" According to Mrs. Why does Atticus say that the black community should not have given him food after the trial?. Come on, guys. Jem cries because the jury found Tom Robinson guilty in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Explain, in your own words, Atticus's reasons for this. Jem knows they found him guilty simply because he was black. Chapters 21-22. Why does Mr. It Was Jem’s Turn to Cry. Or maybe it was the blonde calling her name from below. Consider helping out in updating the wiki for 3. Why did Jem cry? Jem cried because he was shocked at the injustice of the jury, people from his own town, which he had always considered above such prejudice. felt it wasn't fair. In what year does the trial take place? 17. I mean ugly cry. He asked Lee why she was crying, and she responded that Peck had looked just like her late father, the model for Atticus. Underwood tells him that the children are in the courtroom — in the Colored balcony. This quote shows that in trial, Tom Robinson explains how he is a hard worker. However, the rest of Maycomb was on Mayella and Mr. Why does Jem say. Who were the witnesses in the tom robinson case? Mayella Ewell, Mr Heck Tate, Tom Rominson, Mr. To Kill a Mockingbird STUDENT COPY Chapter 22 VOCABULARY colleagues - coworkers; associates fatalistic - believing the worst feral - wild, menacing heathen - relating to people who do not practice an accepted religion; pagan ruefully - sorrowfully1. After the brutal murder of. Jem is still a little unsettled by the events in the trial that occurred. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: ). She says he is dirty and smells. Just because he's black shouldn't pros way anyone in anyway in the courthouse. He staked me out, marked as his property, said I was the only girl he would ever love, then he neglected me. " Who brought the food, and why? What is Atticus's response? 3. Especially as Tom Robinson’s trial approaches, Jem becomes both moodier and more of an adult. So Jem being a neutral person, who is not unconscious bias to race, color or economic status,. Gilmer seemed to be prosecuting almost reluctantly; witnesses had been led by the nose as asses are, with few objections. This occurs throughout the entire book. The first scene that Gregory Peck shot showed him returning home from his character's law office while his children ran to greet him. When I wake up and when I sleep, when I lift up my hands to defend myself or when I lie down to die, you will be with me. This helps us understand Jem's feelings because it shows that after the trial, he really did realize that the world is not fair. After Bob Ewell testifies and signs his name using his left hand, Jem says, "We've got him" (Lee, 52). Jem and Atticus get into a conversation about changing the law so rape is not a capitol offense. When Tom Robinson says he feels sorry for her people are thinking "Why feel sorry shes a WHITE WOMAN if you should feel sorry for anyone it should be yourself for being black. We saw Jem go from doing childish things to understanding more complex subjects in the span of two years. As Jem and Scout witness the trial of wrongly accused Tom Robinson in their racially charged home of Maycomb County, they gradually gain a mature awareness of morality and injustice. Asked by arkayza r #243379 on 4/14/2012 10:01 PM Last updated by Aslan on 4/14/2012 10:09 PM Answers 1 Add Yours. Why does Scout feel that she is growing apart from her brother? Chapter 7 7. Ewell as? Chapter 30: How does Scout's impression of Boo Radley change?. 36) Explain Jem's reason for following Atticus to town. On the morning after the trial, the kitchen table in the Finch household is “loaded with enough food to bury the family. This affected Jem because he did not understand why she chose to live two different ways. In this way, Jem is maturing because he begins to fear the existence and possibility of violence around him. List the gifts that the children find in the tree hole: 26. It showed that Jem was growing up. In light of that information, why did he back Atticus? Choose two of Atticus' favorite sayings and explain their meaning. “These are us,” he said. On the morning after the trial, the kitchen table in the Finch household is "loaded with enough food to bury the family. Why do you think Jem refused to do so? Why do you think Atticus is not angry with him? CHAPTERS 16-18. I did not miss her, but I think Jem did. He was very upset about what happened. During the trial 'It was Jem's turn to cry. Jem believes that there is no chance Atticus would lose. Atticus • Atticus Finch is the father of Jem and Scout. This took place right after the results of the trial were announced, and Lee made it very obvious that Jem was not pleased. Flashcard maker : Suzette Hendon. The courthouse did more than cause Jem to act out at times, but allowed Jem to grow into a wiser person. Analyze what the reader learns; identify why it is important. When Atticus was questioning Mayella in the courtroom, the flaws were apparent; "’Yes, he hit-I just don’t remember, I just don’t remember’… ‘I ducked and it-it glanced, that’s what it did. Mar 2, 2019 - Why Will, Jem, & Tessa are so much more than a love triangle is because all of them care for each other soo much. She says he is dirty and smells. What did Dill tell Scout in his letter? 5. How was the singing different in Calpurnia’s church than the one they usually go to? 7. Jim Crow is a word that became synonymous with black laws that oppressed black people. , What was Scout dressed up as to go to the pageant?, Where did Dill hide when he ran away to Maycomb?, Who spit in Atticus' face after the trial?, What was the dog's name that Atticus shot?. Jem’s experiences as a child is used to show that major events in one’s life can cause their perspective to change which may lead to a loss of their innocence. In his pure heart, the decision is Why does Jem cry as the children leave the courthouse Jem is crying and angry from ENG 218 at Father Michael This is after the. He was punished by Aunt Alexandra. Why does Jem cry after the trial? He was shocked by the injustice of the jury. Shtum is a book with true heart and soul, and I loved every word (Joanna Cannon, author of THE TROUBLE WITH GOATS AND SHEEP) A darker, sadder version of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, but just as moving (OBSERVER) Angry and fiercely. -Scout didn't understand why the trial ended the way it did, but it didn't effect her in the same way it did Jem. Ewell has a permanent grudge against the people associated with the trial? 7. Jem's reaction toward the verdict was unusual because throughout the trial he listened to everything quietly and patiently whereas, Dill couldn't take some of the trial because he wasn't ready. It Was Jem’s Turn to Cry. Nathan Radley give for filling the knot-hole with cement? Why does Jem cry after Mr. I do not know why she is mean to us but she just seems to hate us. Jem turned back to Dill, explaining, I suppose, the finer points of the trial to him, but I wondered what they were. Explain, in your own words, Atticus’s reasons for this. Dill may be the brains behind the Finch kids' early attempts to draw out Boo Radley, but Jem is the one who takes action. All Boo does is watch the neighborhood. had something in his eye. After the men leave, Jem reveals his fears to Atticus. "Which two words suggest she is lying?If you need to look any of them up, click here. they left us enough food to bury the family. Jem showed courage because he put his life before his own sister's and tried to fight a drunk man with a knife. How did Bob Ewell die? 22. While Tom Robinson is on on the witness stand, he is asked questions by Atticus and then by Gilmer, who treat Tom in very different ways. Lady Midnight deleted scene - "Tell Emma" oh my poor poor heart ITS BREAKING< *** hehehe, always the cynic aye Mr P…. These questions will help to guide your understanding and will allow you to be an active participant in class discussions. Ewell give for not calling a doctor? 11. Answer on a separate sheet of paper in complete sentences. The morning after the trial, what did Bob Ewell do to Atticus? 9. Radley that he did not understand before? Find evidence in the text to support your answer. What question does Scout keep asking about Jem? 16. The day after the trial, why do people bring food to the Finch home?. Who carried Jem back to the house after he was hurt? a. Dolphus Raymond approaches him. Come on, guys. According to Scout, Atticus does “something that interest[s]” her and Jem. Why did Scout drop what she found? 8. Jem cries because the jury found Tom Robinson guilty in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Why was Dill crying? 163. Scout felt the same way, too. In the middle of page 59, there is a paragraph about the schooling of the Finch children. Jem, Scout and DIll go to the Radley's yard to get a glimpse inside the house, they see a man and hear a shotgun fire and run back under the schoolyard fence but Jem loses his pants. Jem and Scout then meet Atticus outside the courthouse and walk home together. His father tells him that there is nothing they can do about the law or the Jury's decision. ‘I don’t know how,’ he told us, ‘but they did it. Miss Maudie explains this to Scout. ” Who brought the food, and why? What is Atticus’s response? 3. What is it? Where are Jem, Scout and Dill during the trial? Why?. Why is did dill start crying during the tom robinson trial? 6. He is a racist. At the beginning of chapter 22, Jem is crying because he is upset about Tom Robinson being determined guilty. Be certain to clearly label the chapter. Tom Robinson states in trial, "No suh, I works in his yard fall an' wintertime. Why does Atticus save Miss Maudie's oak rocking chair? 4. While Jem’s grudging acceptance that Atticus got the best of him is funny, the line also foreshadows Jem’s development over the course of the novel. Stay safe and healthy. ‘I don’t know how,’ he told us, ‘but they did it. How did society shape and influence Jem inTo Kill a Mockingbird? How did society shape and influence Jem inTo Kill a Mockingbird? How did society shape and influence Jem inTo Kill a Mockingbird? In Chapter 21, the jury declares that Tom is guilty. So, when he heard that he was convicted guilty, he did not understand why. Explain, in your own words, Atticus's reasons for this. Going back to that place by himself—I remembered Miss Stephanie: Mr. Mar 2, 2019 - Why Will, Jem, & Tessa are so much more than a love triangle is because all of them care for each other soo much. They do not change physically, but rather mentally. He knows it has done no harm to him or Scout, so they must not hurt it. After you finish chapter 11, please write ONE paragraph about ONE of the following themes. While Jem's grudging acceptance that Atticus got the best of him is funny, the line also foreshadows Jem's development over the course of the novel. What is Atticus’s first reaction? His second reaction? 5. He did not understand why blacks. because Tom was convicted. After the men leave, Jem reveals his fears to Atticus. The Nature of the Hero: How are Atticus, Scout, and Jem each courageous? 2. it made cry by the time i finished page 2 and the ending between will and tessa and will and jem was just what did it to me :'( Loading editor 02:00, August 29, 2014. How did Bob Ewell die? Boo stabbed Ewell with Ewell's own knife. Flashcard maker : Suzette Hendon. There had been no lengthy debates between Atticus and Mr. “Why don’t you wake up and come down. Why does the group at the jail disperse after Scout's talk? CHAPTER 16 40. What mistake did Tom make on the stand? Why was it a mistake Chapter 20 1. They are still young enough to have. How did Calpurnia learn to read? Chapter 13: 1. Directed by Louis Leterrier (Clash of the Titans, Now You See Me), Age of Resistance takes place well before the events of Jim Henson and Frank Oz's cult 1982 feature, The Dark Crystal, at a time when a sickness caused by the Skeksis and the corrupted Crystal of Truth is. Chapter 16 opens with the start of Tom Robinson's trial. His arrested for rape and assault on Myella Ewell, a white woman. What did Scout's Uncle Jack learn from Scout and Atticus? What brave thing does Atticus do in Chapter 10? Why are Scout and Jem shocked? What did Jem do when Mrs. What excuse does Mr. Which literary techniques is used in the following statement? "Maycomb was an old town, but it was a tired old town when I first knew it. What connection does Scout make that causes her to cry? 22. This relates to Jem in this section because when he found out the verdict, he did not understand why it came back guilty. " She got both of them, so stop complaining about "oh my god she got married to Will even though she was supposed to marry Jem!" or "oh my god why did she get together with Jem at the end?" and just take a chill pill. What happens to Jem and Scout on their way home from the party? What is ironic about the garments Aunt Alexandra hands Scout to put on after the incident and they are safe at home?. The Controversial Article: Norse Mythology as JEM By far the two most important sources of Norse Myth or the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda. Why does Atticus take the long extension cord with him? Why does Scout kick someone? According to Atticus, how had Scout gotten Mr. I think it is very interesting why Scout and Jem call their dad Atticus. One night while they were in the living room after dinner a group of men came to the Finch house to speak with Atticus. Carefully read the last page of chapter 23. Why does Dill say that he will be a clown when he grows up? The story is set I the 1930s, but was published in 1960. In Chapter 13, Jem states, “I think I'm beginning to understand why Boo Radley's stayed shut up. And that theres nothing lower than a white man who will take advantage of a innocent black man. Why does Atticus decide to keep the blanket. And enjoy the book. Jem and _____, went to the house of horrors on Halloween. The African-American community loads the Finch family with food for defending Tom so valiantly, which surprises the children because Atticus didn't win. After seeing the unfair way Tom Robinson was treated, Jem wants to protect and care for people no matter their age, skin color, reputation and personality. " What compliment does Atticus give Jem? What does Atticus criticize Jem for? Why. What did Jem do after Mrs. At first Scout think's that Dill is sick from the heat but Dill reveals that he is upset because of the way Mr. Ewell's side which made him very frustrated. To Kill A Mockingbird Chapters 12-16 * Class Set * Do Not Write On This * Analysis Questions bed early, Jem and Scout get themselves ready for sleep. Chapter 22 of To Kill a Mockingbird takes place after the trial. Chapter Sixteen. Jem, I ain't ever seen any jury decide in favor of a color man over a white man. Why does Scout fight Francis and almost fight Cecil Jacobs? 2. Learning how to write a character analysis requires a thorough reading of the literary work with attention to what the author. Jem and Scout Finch's views of Boo Radly change during the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee from mysterious and frightening to friendly and understanding. Jem, her father won't listen to me, and it's you must save Mary! You're like a brother to her, and maybe could give her advice and watch over her, and at any rate John will hearken to you; only he's so stern, and so cruel. After the verdict was given Jem broke out crying and later on Jem asks Atticus why they would do that, this shows the knowledge and ignorance of Jem In part one, Jem gets mad at Mrs. Thus, to kill a mockingbird is to destroy innocence. Ewell give for not running after Tom Robinson? Do you feel this is a valid (good) excuse? Why or why not? Why. Atticus and Mrs. Why is did dill start crying during the tom robinson trial? 6. How does Lee use Miss Maudie’s conversation with Jem and Scout the morning after the fire to illustrate the theme of racism? Chapter 9. These questions will help to guide your understanding and will allow you to be an active participant in class discussions. Jem ran down immediately for the parcels, and did what he was asked to do so quickly, and with so much good-will, that the master of the boat took notice of him, and, when he was going away, stopped to ask him what he had got in his little basket; and when he saw that they were fossils, he immediately told Jem to follow him, for that he was. How does Atticus explain "mobs" to his children? 2. After the trial, why did Miss Maudie bake a large cake and only two small one's. What was the jury's verdict? The jury found Tom Robinson guilty. The evil in man. "Backman is the Dickens of our age, and though you'll cry, your heart is safe in his hands. Where did Scout and Jem sit during the trial? How did they feel about being in that balcony? 10. What does Jem’s reticence to cry in front of Scout foreshadow? Chapter 8 1. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of To Kill a Mockingbird and what it means. They did not need to be crashed for what he had hoped for, was the correct thing. Explain Jem’s reason for following Atticus to town. When Atticus asks Scout about the blanket around her shoulders, what does Jem realize? 5. Radley probably knows more about his trees than he did. Dubose insulted the family? Pg. We parted at suppertime, and after our meal Jem and I were settling down to a routine evening, when Atticus did something that interested us: he came into the livingroom carrying a long electrical extension cord. How does Lee use humor when Atticus talks to Scout about saying “n****r?”. What did Scout do when Miss Caroline slapped her hand and told her to stand in the corner? To Kill a. look for? 4. Before the children begin the snowman, what do they borrow from Miss Maudiie? 7. How does Atticus learn that the children are at the trial? 18. All Boo does is watch the neighborhood. This banner text can have markup. Nathan Radley fills the hole in the tree with cement. Atticus quickly learns that Jem and Scout have been watching the whole thing. , What was Scout dressed up as to go to the pageant?, Where did Dill hide when he ran away to Maycomb?, Who spit in Atticus' face after the trial?, What was the dog's name that Atticus shot?. What does Maycomb's turnout for the trial imply about human nature? 40. Why did Atticus make Jem and Scout read to Mrs Dubose Chapter 12 1 What did. Write the answers using complete sentences in your practice notebook. The surgery is done through a small incision between the penis and scrotum and typically requires two weeks off of work. Bob Ewell 10. Consider helping out in updating the wiki for 3. it's because he wants to stay inside. ” Why was this an insult? What did he think a “girl” is like? Is he right? To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 6-11 Vocabulary 1. Jem gets up to dill they ask him how he got their dill tells them that he got on bus after bus till there were 4 miles left then he walk the rest of the way. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd. What was " 'round the back steps" when Calpurnia came in on Monday morning?. On Jem's birthday he bought himself a train, and bought Scout a. On the day of the trial, Jem and Scout slip in on the balcony (where the black people sit) to make sure Atticus did not see them. Pick one word from the text that you did not understand. Why does Jem cry about this? Chapter 8. Why does Jem cry after the trial? 19. Sep 11, 2014 - Why is this so funny? From The Infernal Devices. Jem stayed out the entire evening and when he returned Scout could see he had been crying. ” -Jem; referring to Atticus (p217) “I destroyed his last shred of credibility at that trial, if he had any to begin with. Merriweather say the cooks and field hands did after the trial? Why? 4. What juror wanted to acquit Tom from the beginning of the trial? What did Jem show Scout? (Be specific. Where are Jem and Scout sitting in the courtroom? Why does the author put them there? (2) What is the outcome of the trial? (1). As the novel proceeds certain characters are linked with the three main characters to form a dramatic story of events, attitudes, prejudices and values. Why did their condition frighten him further? 9. What does Maycomb's turnout for the trial imply about human nature and. Jot down important events in the chapter. " To Kill a Mockingbird Part 1 Study Guide Questions. How does Atticus explain "mobs" to his children? 2. One day as Jem and Scout were walking home, they saw a surprise in the knothole near the Radley's house. they learn to cope and take responsibility. Dramatica explains that they begin to realize their own prejudices against Radley and learn to put themselves in his shoes and begin respecting his differences. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful. Include how much time is passing. After the Ewells and Heck Tate have testified, Tom comes to the stand to be the last person heard before the jury makes their decision. Jem and Scout find it an experience which teaches them about right and wrong and racism. In what year does the trial take place? 6. Dubose said Atticus "lawed for niggers?" What was Jem's punishment? What did Jem learn from his encounter with Mrs. All Boo does is watch the neighborhood. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school? Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school? Is his behavior typical of an older child?. You could've understood it, even" -Jem. Radley says that he will shoot the next sound he hears in his yard. 22: SG 1: Jem's reaction to the verdict is nothing other than crying. After the verdict was given Jem broke out crying and later on Jem asks Atticus why they would do that, this shows the knowledge and ignorance of Jem. Dill was not very. In Chapter 22 of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem's face grows "streaked with angry tears" as he declares, "It ain't right, Atticus. Lesson Summary. After the trial, why did Miss Maudie bake a large cake and only two small ones? 8. According to Scout, Atticus does "something that interest[s]" her and Jem. What does Maycomb’s turnout for the trial imply about human nature and. Why does jem cry after the trial? Jem cries because the jury found Tom Robinson guilty in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. " (Lee, 101). In To Kill a Mockingbird, Jeremy Atticus Finch, Jr. Jem put the note in an envelope. Avery’s allusion to the Rosetta Stone? How does Scout show. What does Maycomb's turnout for the trial imply about human nature and. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful. Why does Jem cry about this? 11. After the incident, Jem’s real desire is not just recover his pants but to keep on good terms with Atticus. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd. The days were unusually warm for the approaching winter, children went to school, Atticus went to work, and Jem kept pestering me to tell him again what had happened the night he broke his arm. In collaboration with Drs. What is Miss Maudie's reaction to everyone wanting to go to the trial? 5. Gilmer was treating Tom. How was Bob Ewell killed? 12. Quiz on Chapters 21-22. Courage and bravery is shown in the ways where characters fight for what they believe in against the beliefs of other people. it's because he wants to stay inside. Notice the Key Quote as you read. Tom was found guilty. It was Jem’s turn to cry. On a camping trip in the Gamma Quadrant, Sisko, Jake, Nog, and Quark encounter the ruthless soldiers of the Dominion, the Jem'Hadar. He had no fear of losing because he saw how clear it was that Tom hadn't raped Mayella, but he didn't listen to his father's hesitations. Jem also learns a few lessons from Atticus regarding the judgement of. To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee. Jem put her in bed with him and told her that it all might be over by the next day because that's when the trial was. Dubose was a courageous woman? How does he explain it to Jem? What did Mrs. (Look at the speech beginning, “This is their home, sister”. " Rilla realized that there was nothing else to do. 3) What threatening comment does Bob Ewell make at the end of the chapter, and what does he mean exactly?. Despite overwhelming evidence that Tom Robinson was a falsely accused man the white jury found him guilty of the rape of Mayella Ewell. Ewell begin answering questions so informally? How does Judge Taylor react to this? 8. Radley why he sealed it up and learn that he thinks the tree is dying, so he plugged it up. After the men leave, Jem reveals his fears to Atticus. Analyze what the reader learns; identify why it is important. or was it Jem, or did he trip and fall on his own knife, either way he is still dead and someone has. Why does Jem start to cry? 18. Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1:00 A. They wait too long and all the seats are taken. " She got both of them, so stop complaining about "oh my god she got married to Will even though she was supposed to marry Jem!" or "oh my god why did she get together with Jem at the end?" and just take a chill pill. "--Green Valley News (Arizona) "Mr. What did Jem and Scout find in the knot-hole of the oak tree? Who do you think put the objects there? 12. Why did Jem cry? Jem cried because he was shocked at the injustice of the jury, people from his own town, which he had always considered above such prejudice. " Who brought the food, and why? What is Atticus's response? 3. It was Jem’s turn to cry. What does Lee accomplish by having Jem ask Nathan Radley about the cement in the knot hole? 8. When Bob praises the Jem and the Holograms song, Pizzazz points out that's what Bob said about the Misfits aswell, and woozy as he is, he looks at his assistant and asks "I did?". To Kill a Mockingbird STUDENT COPY Chapter 22 VOCABULARY colleagues - coworkers; associates fatalistic - believing the worst feral - wild, menacing heathen - relating to people who do not practice an accepted religion; pagan ruefully - sorrowfully1. Underwood tells him that the children are in the courtroom — in the Colored balcony. Merriweather say the cooks and field hands did after the trial? Why? 4. "Which two words suggest she is lying?If you need to look any of them up, click here. Why do you think Nathan Radley filled up the hole in the tree? 4.