to kill a mockingbird chapters 10 & 11 chapter summaries atticus finch: a man of many morals...
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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 CHAPTER SUMMARIES ATTICUS FINCH: A MAN OF MANY MORALS ATTICUS FINCH: A MAN OF MANY MORALS REVIEW OF PART ONE Slide 2 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 Chapter 10 Emphasis on Atticus Finch being unlike other fathers (p. 89) Mockingbird Quote: (p. 90) The Mad Dog: (p. 93-96) Atticus Finch: Best shot in Maycomb (p. 97) Chapter 11 Mrs. Duboses comments (p. 99-103) Jems response to Dubose (p. 102-103) Scout: Nigger-Lover? (p. 108) Jems punishment/lesson The moral of the chapter (p. 112) CHAPTER SUMMARIES Slide 3 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 ATTICUS FINCH: A MAN OF MORALS Throughout the novel, Atticus Finch guides his children, teaching them right from wrong, decision-making skills and the importance of understanding others. Walk in someones shoes before judging them Listen to father before listening to community Fair and proper law for everyone Sin to kill a mockingbird HOW ELSE DOES ATTICUS SHOW MORALS? Slide 4 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 ATTICUS FINCH: A MAN OF MORALS Why did Harper Lee include Mrs. Dubose? How does the rabid dog emphasize morals? What does the sin to kill a mockingbird quote mean? Why are morals such a focus in Part One? How is Atticus a good (or bad) father? Slide 5 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 BOOK ONE: A REVIEW To Kill a Mockingbird Book One covers many topics. Heres what you need to know CHARACTERS Arthur Boo Radley His story Jean-Louise Scout Finch Her story, her lessons and her perspective Atticus Finch What he represents Dill, Jim, Miss Maudie and how they shape the story Themes Understanding others/judging others Racial prejudice Literary Devices Allusions Symbolism Use of Language Setting Slide 6 TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Chapters 10 & 11 BOOK ONE: A REVIEW The characters in the novel are often complicated as are their relationships. Book One develops the following relationships: Scout Finch Jem Finch Dill Baker Boo Radley Miss Maudie Atticus Finch Scout is the one telling the story and the one learning lessons Jem and Dill influence Scouts actions and childhood behaviour Boo Radley sits in the middle; he is a tool to teach morals to the children and he is a symbol of kindness Miss Maudie teaches truth and is a powerful motherly figure for Scout Atticus, at the opposite end, is a moral compass for Scout. He teaches and guides the children appropriately