Lessons Scout Learns

Lesson #1: For the first lesson Scout learned that you don't make fun of people who aren't like you. "Company gets treated politely no matter who they are" (Calpurnia Pg. 24)



Lesson #2: Scout and Jem learned that everybody is entitled to their own privacy. "What are you all playing?" he asked. "Nothing," said Jem. Jem's evasion told me our game was a secret, so I kept quiet. (Atticus asked, Pg. 40)


Lesson #3: Scout and Jem learns that things arent always what they might seem to be. "Dear sir," said Jem. "We appreciate the-no, we appreciate everything which you have put in the tree for us. Yours very truly, Jeremy Atticus Finch." (Jem writing a letter, Pg 62)


Lesson #4: Scout learns to look at situations from a different perspective. "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it." (Atticus, Pg. 30)


Lesson #5: Scout and Jem learn how civilized and moraled Atticus is.

"Son, I'm going to tell you something and tell you one time: stop tormenting that man. That goes for the both of you" (Atticus protecting Boo for the right cause. Pg. 49)



Lesson #6: Scout learns that school is very important. "Been comin' to the first day o' the first grade fer three year now." (Burris Ewell having terrible grammar. Pg. 27)


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