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Scout

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Alyssa Hermes

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of Scout

Scout Group Agreements Theme Our theme/topic is Scout.
She influences the novel. Scout demonstrates growth. Scout is the main character so she is highly important. Group Opinions Very strong minded/Tomboy Some believe that Scout and Jem weren't excepted by the blacks at first. example: Church Scene Some also believe that the black's had initially liked Jem and Scout and they didn't mind the children.
example: Courthouse Scene Very smart, made good decisions in
the long run Matured through the novel(Adult Personality) Theme Curious about the world Very argumentative Very argumentative, stands up
for what she believes in To Kill a Mockingbird Movie Clip Both of these points have a valid standing.
What do you think? In this video, Scout realizes that Boo Radley saved her and Jem's lives. This event helps Scout understand that he not all that he was said to be. By: Sabina Tapscott, Adam Ely, Grant Reid, and Alyssa Hermes Group Opinions Some believe that Scout and Jem weren't excepted by the blacks at first.
example: Church Scene Some also believe that the blacks had initially liked Jem and Scout and they didnt mind the children.
example: Courthouse Scene Both of these points have a valid standing.
What do you think? Questions What did you think of Boo Radely before
and after his actions? Would you have reacted the same way that Scout did in this situation? What is an example of how Scout matured or grew through the novel?

Who do you think influenced Scout the most? Why?

What kind of relationship do you think Scout and Boo Radley have?

Who is your favorite character? Why? To Kill a Mockingbird
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