Scout Finch- sister of Jem Finch, daughter of Atticus Finch, 2nd grader In this she and her brother was check the knot-hole in the tree finding surprises. Part Two Chapter 26 / To Kill a Mockingbird / School started, and so did our daily trips past the Radley Place. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone’s hiding place. Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school? Home To Kill a Mockingbird Q & A Ask a question and get answers from your fellow students and educators. Chapter 24- Could not find and evidence of growth or development in this chapter. How do Jem, Dill, and Scout make a squeaky gate hinge open quietly? 5. Heck Tate calls the death and accident but Atticus, thinks that Jem his son killed Mr Bob. After that, walking home together, Scout and Jem jointly. Boo even covers Scout with a blanket on a cold night she and Jem spent in front of the Radley house while Miss Maudie’s house burned down. Chapter 4 – Scout finds herself continuously frustrated with her teacher and a curriculum that doesn't challenge her. What items are contained in the jewelry box that Scout and Jem find in the knothole in Chapter 4? 2. She points this out to Jem, and they find two Indian-head pennies. What is the news that Heck. 7th - 12th grade. Jem does not care for the people of Maycomb; he is just trying to survive and grow up in a town that has little and cares little about its inhabitants. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school? Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school?. Does Jem still fear the gifts in the tree? Give reasons for your answer. They discuss Dill 's impending arrival and as they pass the Radley Place, Scout points to the knothole. In a later chapter (7), they find a ball of gray twine and two figures carved out of soap: They were almost perfect. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What do the children find in the tree on page 64 Chapter Eight 1 Why does Scout from ESL 102 at Saint Louis University. Introduction. When you get to the top of the ladder, ignore Yara for a second and cut to the. Later in the school year, Jem and Scout find another oddity in the knothole of the oak tree. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone’s hiding place. Simon Finch is described in Chapter 1 as a fur-trapping apothecary from what location? 4. To Kill a Mockingbird Quotes by Atticus Finch, Scout, Jem and Miss Maudie Quotes From To Kill a Mockingbird To Kill a Mockingbird is a book which has been quoted very frequently since its publication in 1960. ” The Ewell clan is known to be lazy, disrespectful, and mean, but by Aunt Alexandra’s logic, they must be a fine family simply because they have lived on the same patch of ground for generations. A pack of gum; A spelling bee medal; A pocket watch. On the way home one day, she sees a piece of tin foil in a knothole in a tree in front of the Radley's house. Atticus Finch- father of Jem and Scout Finch. After that, walking home together, Scout and Jem jointly. Radley expires, but this causes no ripples. So on Dill's last nightin Maycomb, after watching Mr. Jem understands this. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone's hiding place. Scout and Jem found gum in the Radley's tree. Identify Mrs. Scout's distance from the story also gives her some objectivity, although she admits that even in her objectivity, some events are questionable: "I maintain that the Ewells started it all, but Jem. Her fear of Boo Radley and the Radley Place lessens. Jem is sad after the knothole is cemented; he knows that Boo no longer can communicate with Scout and him. They are two figurines carved out of soap who looking suspiciously like Jem and Scout. This was the final chapter of the book. Scout invites Boo Radley to the front porch and then they have their conversation like how Scout imagined it would be if they ever met Term There seems to be an immediate understanding between Scout and Boo. Chapter 4 – Scout finds herself continuously frustrated with her teacher and a curriculum that doesn't challenge her. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone's hiding place. However, Jem is forced to accept that explanation when Atticus says, "'I'm sure Mr. It was getting humid further along with the temperature inside the jungle. Why did Dill really run away?-Dill ran away because his parents ignore him and don’t care for him. Scout and Jem found gum in the Radley's tree. A week later, Jem and Scout are talking about the incident on the way back from school an Scout says "somebody knew you were comin' back for 'em (Lee 78). Write down the line of text from this chapter that shows Jem believes that he and Scout are no better than anyone else in their town. Briefly list the things that they find. Bob Ewell c. This lasts until the following fall, when they find that Mr. What do Scout and Jem find in the knothole of the tree on the Radley property? Do you have any guesses as to who might have left these odd gifts? 2. On the last day of school, Scout and Jem find a box containing two Indian-head pennies in the same tree. Scout Finch- sister of Jem Finch, daughter of Atticus Finch, 2nd grader In this she and her brother was check the knot-hole in the tree finding surprises. Or give him the attention that he deserves. Since school is declared closed on account of the snow, Scout and Jem decide to visit Miss Maudie. So on Dill's last nightin Maycomb, after watching Mr. Jem and Scout have forever been changed and shaped by these unfortunate events. Is it takes the Israelites to go back to Genesis Chapter Eleven It takes the Israelite to go back to Genesis chapter six. What does Aunt Alexandra want Atticus to do about Cal? Why does Atticus oppose this? 4. He says he won't come down until you agree to play football for the Methodists. Briefly list the things that they find. This assessment will check your knowledge of Chapter 7 in the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. Boo Radley b. She can already hand write and her teacher wants her to wait until third grade to do that. How does this happen? Who does it, and why might he do so? 24. To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapters 4-7 (Comprehension) 10 terms. Bob Ewell c. Boo was taken to see Jem by Scout, but seemed to freeze up, with a signal that he wanted to leave, Scout walked him to the front porch. What are a few of the things that they find in the tree? 12. Radley (Nathan Radley, Boo's brother) about the knothole the following day, Mr. So on Dill's last nightin Maycomb, after watching Mr. What does Jem lose in the escape from the Radley. Nathan Radley if he plugged the knothole and he says yes because the tree is dying. How did Jem get even with Scout for contradicting him about "Hot Steams?". A tree at the edge of the Radley yard has some tinfoil stuck to a knothole, and inside the hole Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum. Jem and Scout plan to put what in the tree? 13. The next day, Jem and Scout find that the knothole has been filled with cement. At home, Jem finds a ring box containing two polished Indian head pennies. OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR. ____CHAPTER 6: Jem and Dill hatch a plan to look into the Radley’s window. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? They found gum, two pennies, a watch, twine, and two carved soap figures of themselves Chapter 8: Growth and. Either Nathan is worried for the children and thinks that there may be something hardzarous in the. Is it takes the Israelites to go back to Genesis Chapter Eleven It takes the Israelite to go back to Genesis chapter six. Who plugged the knot-hole, and why? 6. Heck Tate reveals that Mr Bob Ewell is killed and found on the laying under the tree with. Atticus shrewdly takes the scissors and asks if their game has to do with the Radleys. In Chapter Four is when Scout first discovers the tree hole, filled with wriggley gum. Scout says there are no "clearly defined seasons in South Alabama. On the last day of school, she and Jem find some coins in the tree, which they decide to keep until the next school year starts. hail storm. 1 what was the teachers new method of teaching reading? 2 what does scout find in the tree in radleys front yard? 3 what do scout and jem find a couple of days later? 4 what are some of the summertime games dill, jem, and scout play? 5 why is scout fairly sure that boo radley is still alive inside his house?. 2 at Mills E. This guide is written for teachers and students who are studying Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Radley expires, but this causes no ripples. What to Jem and Scout do in order to avoid seeing the town people and feeling embarrassed? 3. What rare event results in school being closed in Maycomb? 33. What were the mini sculptures models of? 11. Scout is frightened on seeing the snow. Chapter 8 1. Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school? Home To Kill a Mockingbird Q & A Ask a question and get answers from your fellow students and educators. Start studying TKMB chap 4. Calpurnia has a good one. Jem and Dill continue to swap gossip, superstition, and exaggeration in this chapter. What to Jem and Scout do in order to avoid seeing the town people and feeling embarrassed? 3. Briefly list the things that they find. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone's hiding place. I told him I found it. Lv 4 4 years ago they suspect that the products are attractive. Which item do they co nsider their "biggest prize"? 3. Not letting go of her hands he asked to walk him home, Scout does as he asks. What does Scout hear coming from the Radley house after Dill and Jem accidentally roll her into their yard? Why is this important? 3. When Jem asks Mr. Which item do they consider their “biggest prize”? 3. Francis Hancock: Scout and Jem's cousin; a year older than Scout at eight years old; Scout describes him as "the most boring child I ever met. To Kill A Mockingbird Questions Chapter 1-4. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? They found gum, two pennies, a watch, twine, and two carved soap figures of themselves Chapter 8: Growth and. quickly, they understand that it replaced into truly Boo who placed the products in there for Jem and Scout to take as a modern-day because of the fact he's making an attempt to speak with them. When Jem tells Scout about getting his trousers back, he tells her of something strange. Chapter 28 1. Several other items appear in the tree over the next few days, including more chewing gum, a spelling bee metal, and an old watch. They are two figurines carved out of soap who looking suspiciously like Jem and Scout. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What is this? Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? Does Jem still fear the gifts in the tree? Give reasons fro your answer. Scout is frightened on seeing the snow. Scout feels school is a waste of time. ____CHAPTER 6: Jem and Dill hatch a plan to look into the Radley’s window. The next day, Jem and Scout find that the knothole has been filled with cement. Does Lula speak for the majority opinion in the congregation? Why does the author include her in the church scene? 4. What has Scout done to ruin the play? 2. Scout Finch- sister of Jem Finch, daughter of Atticus Finch, 2nd grader In this she and her brother was check the knot-hole in the tree finding surprises. 4 years ago they have faith that the products are attractive. The pressure on him had been building on him since Jem, Scout, and Dill ran away after trying to get into the Radley house. What does Jem lose in the escape from the Radley. In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. " The sense of place established in this chapter is integral to the rest of the story. Scout is frightened on seeing the snow. Boo seems like a distant, big brother or a hero to them. On the last day of school, Scout and Jem find a box containing two Indian-head pennies in the same tree. Jem and Dill continue to swap gossip, superstition, and exaggeration in this chapter. Kowalski and Sharkey were getting frustrated for the most part. What superstitions do the children have in connection with the. What do the children find in the tree on page 64 Chapter Eight 1 Why does Scout from ESL 102 at Saint Louis University. To Kill a Mockingbird - study guide. Jem and Scout plan to put what in the tree? 13. The tang was fading, anyway. she was to approach him with a request of reanacting Tarzan and the ant men. '" Jem's bravery reaches new heights in these chapters. He buys himself a toy steam engine and a baton for Scout. I think Jem was upset because he liked the gifts Boo Radley was giving to him and Scout it made them feel connected to him in some kind of way. Later in the school year, Jem and Scout find another oddity in the knothole of the oak tree. 1 what was the teachers new method of teaching reading? 2 what does scout find in the tree in radleys front yard? 3 what do scout and jem find a couple of days later? 4 what are some of the summertime games dill, jem, and scout play? 5 why is scout fairly sure that boo radley is still alive inside his house?. List the four reasons Jem and Dill give for deciding to peek into the Radley window on this particular night. Either Nathan is worried for the children and thinks that there may be something hardzarous in the. Boo even covers Scout with a blanket on a cold night she and Jem spent in front of the Radley house while Miss Maudie’s house burned down. When Jem and I asked him why he was so old, he said he got started late, which we felt reflected upon his. Who plugged the knot-hole, and why? 6. He buys himself a toy steam engine and a baton for Scout. Why do Jem and Scout go to church with Calpurnia? Where is Atticus? 2. Briefly list the things that they find. Jem and Scout decide to put them in a safe place for the summer and then when school starts, they will go around to all of the kids and ask if the pennies belong to anyone. Simon Finch is described in Chapter 1 as a fur-trapping apothecary from what location? 4. an apple c. Atticus Finch- father of Jem and Scout Finch. ” What does the elimination of the quotation punctuation do for this passage? 5. This game shows the reader that these children really collect all the gossip and rumors they hear about the Radley’s, and bring it to life by acting out real people’s lives. , and i know those clay figures of both Jem and Scout (but iim not sure what chapter), a watch, etc. Chapter 30 What do we leam about Atticus' views on justice in this chapter? 23. 7th - 12th grade. They play for fun and act out every detail about the Radley family. she was to approach him with a request of reanacting Tarzan and the ant men. Heck Tate 2. Why does the Radley place fascinate Scout, Jem and Dill? What do you notice about the narrative voice and viewpoint in the novel? Chapter 2. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school? Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school?. Introduction. Boo was taken to see Jem by Scout, but seemed to freeze up, with a signal that he wanted to leave, Scout walked him to the front porch. They borrow the snow from her yard and build a snowman which resembles Mr. How do Jem, Dill, and Scout make a squeaky gate hinge open quietly? 5. What do you learn about Dill's character? What, briefly, has happened to Arthur “Boo” Radley. why does atticus think it is just as well that the ewells do. Her fear of Boo Radley and the Radley Place lessens. Does Scout know who saved him? 6. Several other items appear in the tree over the next few days, including more chewing gum, a spelling bee metal, and an old watch. Atticus Finch- father of Jem and Scout Finch. Radley and Jem both know that the tree is fine and that the hole is plugged to stop Jem and Scout from retrieving any more treasures. What injuries does Jem suffer? 5. The first thing Jem and Scout find in the knothole is chewing gum, which Scout subsequently chews. Boo Radley b. Nathan claimed that the tree was dying, so he cemented it up to save it. To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 6. What rare event results in school being closed in Maycomb? 33. Francis Hancock: Scout and Jem's cousin; a year older than Scout at eight years old; Scout describes him as "the most boring child I ever met. When Jem came in from the porch, Scout could tell he'd been crying. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. Later, toward the end of the school year, Jem and Scout find two polished Indian-head pennies, good luck tokens, inside the same knothole. '" Jem's bravery reaches new heights in these chapters. This tells Jem and Scout that the presents in the hole where ment to be for Jem and Scout and that someone had been observing them. " From Mobile, Alabama; a tattletale. The first object Scout discovered was a. But, one day, Nathan Radley is seen by Jem covering up the hole in the tree with cement. Does Jem still fear the gifts in the tree? Give reasons for your answer. Nathan (Boo's brother) has filled in the knothole with cement. When Jem and I asked him why he was so old, he said he got started late, which we felt reflected upon his. piece of bacon 3. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? Gum and pennies. I have questions. The “Radley Game” is Scout, Jem, and Dill’s eyes, is played as an everyday imaginative activity. How do Jem, Dill, and Scout make a squeaky gate hinge open quietly? 5. Nathan claimed that the tree was dying, so he cemented it up to save it. What do Jem and Scout agree to do with the items they find in the tree on the edge of the Radleys’ yard?. What is the crime that’s been charged against Tom Robinson? 5. It is dark on the way to the school, and Cecil Jacobs jumps out and frightens Jem and Scout. They are two figurines carved out of soap who looking suspiciously like Jem and Scout. What items are contained in the jewelry box that Scout and Jem find in the knothole in Chapter 4? 2. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. But Scout reckons that it hasn't killed her, so it must be okay. ‘Scout, were to concentrate on one thing, such as setting a tree afire in. 2 at Mills E. Later, Jem points out the tree to Atticus and asks if it's dying, but Atticus says the tree is 100% healthy. When he and Scout find various gifts in the oak tree, Jem suspects that Boo is less a phantom than a real human being with feelings and a desire to be kind. Scout invites Boo Radley to the front porch and then they have their conversation like how Scout imagined it would be if they ever met Term There seems to be an immediate understanding between Scout and Boo. Atticus? Jem's up in the tree. Briefly list the things that they find. He says he won't come down until you agree to play football for the Methodists. This lesson covers chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird. What is the name of the town where the novel is set? The name of the town is maycomb 3. To Kill a Mockingbird - study guide. Who got stabbed with a kitchen knife? a. Why does Scout attack Jem? 5. The first object Scout discovered was a. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. When Jem asks Mr. This was the final chapter of the book. What does Jem admit to Scout regarding his torn pants? To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapters 5 - 10 DRAFT. What are a few of the things that they find in the tree? 12. Jem and Scout also find a wedding ring box containing two Indian-head pennies. Jem and Dill continue to swap gossip, superstition, and exaggeration in this chapter. She and Jem wrote a thank you letter to whoever is leaving the stuff in the tree but the next day the hole was filled with cement. They were lucky not to run into any monkeys or any hostile animals. Boo Radley put the gum there so that other people would start to wonder where it came from, so that if they did find out where it came from, they would start to acknowledge Boo. In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. At recess, Jem tries to explain to Scout about the school’s new system of education. She tells Jem about it, and soon they find other treasures hidden in the same place, including finely-carved soap figurines of Scout and Jem themselves. What ends the knothole gifts? Chapter Eight 32. Lv 4 4 years ago they suspect that the products are attractive. How do jem and dill plan to send a note to boo radley In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Scout wants to brag to everyone at school about her father's shooting skill, but Jem tells her not to, because he thinks Atticus wouldn't want her to, since he's never mentioned it before. Symbolically. They play for fun and act out every detail about the Radley family. Sleep out in Jem and Scout's tree house. Chapter 4-6. Since school is declared closed on account of the snow, Scout and Jem decide to visit Miss Maudie. Scout says in Chapter 6 that "Matches were dangerous, but" what "were fatal"? 3. ) What causes fear in the hearts of Scout and Jem? Chapter 7 Questions. On the last day of school, Scout once again spots something shiny in the tree hole. Scout hisses that Atticus knows, but Jem accuses her of being a girl and imagining things. 2 Indian head pennies, a spelling bee medal, 2 carved dolls, gum, a pocket watch, and a knife. Scout remains reluctant and again hears about it from Jem. " Jem growled. "Don't do that, Scout. 7th - 12th grade. Jem steps in when Scout is fighting with Walter Cunningham and invites the boy home for lunch. At the end of the chapter, Jem quietly cries alone on the porch. Scout is careful, but eventually decides to chew them. An aluminum knife. Look closely at this line: “Jem stared at me so long I asked what was the matter, but got Nothing, Scout for an answer. To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. Avery pee off of his porch, Jem and Dill convinced Scout to go with them over to the Radley place and sneak up to the house to look in the window. What injuries does Jem suffer? 5. Jem and Scout decide to put them in a safe place for the summer and then when school starts, they will go around to all of the kids and ask if the pennies belong to anyone. What evidence now suggests that the items in the tree are meant specifically. The pageant nears its start and all of the children go backstage. This guide is written for teachers and students who are studying Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Later in the school year, Jem and Scout find another oddity in the knothole of the oak tree. Since school is declared closed on account of the snow, Scout and Jem decide to visit Miss Maudie. Who was Mr. Scout notices that Jem, who has turned 12 at the beginning of Chapter 12, has changed. What apocalyptic event happens in chapter 8? answer choices. Several days later, she and Jem find something else in the tree. Scout says in Chapter 6 that "Matches were dangerous, but" what "were fatal"? 3. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. But, one day, Nathan Radley is seen by Jem covering up the hole in the tree with cement. Why is the church named First Purchase? 3. Later, they found some Indian head pennies in the same knot hole. Discover and share To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes Chapter 24. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? They found gum, two pennies, a watch, twine, and two carved soap figures of themselves. An aluminum knife. What is this? Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? Does Jem still fear the gifts in the tree? Give reasons fro your answer. To embarass him with his private life or to tag along behind him at recess or at lunch. There were other objects found in the Oak tree later on in other chapters but that was it for chapter 4. How do jem and dill plan to send a note to boo radley In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Aunt Alexandra b. In chapter 4 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem and Scout begin finding objects left for them to discover inside a knot-hole of an oak tree at the Radley's. Scout Finch- sister of Jem Finch, daughter of Atticus Finch, 2nd grader In this she and her brother was check the knot-hole in the tree finding surprises. Describe how Jem is different. Why do Jem and Scout go to church with Calpurnia? Where is Atticus? 2. When Jem and Scout return to the tree with the idea of placing in it a thank you note for the anonymous gift giver, they find the knot-hole plugged up with cement. What has Scout done to ruin the play? 2. Ewell Bothering? a. She is courageous because she would rather suffer then die with a burden. Boo Radley b. At the beginning of the book Jem and Scout’s relationship is strong. When Jem came home he asked me where I got such a wad. What do you notice about the narrative voice and viewpoint in the novel? Chapter 2. Nathan (Boo's brother) has filled in the knothole with cement. Jem and Scout did not know where the gum came from at first, but then they realised that it was from Boo Radley. But, one day, Nathan Radley is seen by Jem covering up the hole in the tree with cement. They play for fun and act out every detail about the Radley family. He buys himself a toy steam engine and a baton for Scout. Not like a lady sewed ‘em, like somethin’ I’d try to do. Later in the school year, Jem and Scout find another oddity in the knothole of the oak tree. 2 at Mills E. Briefly list the things that they find. multigreen. What do Jem and Scout agree to do with the items they find in the tree on the edge of the Radley’s yard? What conclusions about these items does Jem seem to be making without sharing with Scout? Asked by LIly V #522198 on 4/24/2016 10:42 PM. What do Jem and Scout agree to do with the items they find in the tree on the edge of the Radleys’ yard? What conclusions about these items does Jem seem to be making without sharing with Scout? Scout says, “Before Jem went to his room, he looked for a long time at the Radley place. When Jem and I asked him why he was so old, he said he got started late, which we felt reflected upon his. Radley and Jem both know that the tree is fine and that the hole is plugged to stop Jem and Scout from retrieving any more treasures. The guide is written specifically for students in the UK, but I hope it may be helpful to users from other parts of the world. At first Scout thinks that this may be someone’s hiding place but, as the novel goes on Scout and her brother Jem find many things in the tree including: A piece of chewing gum; Two Indian-heads; Some Gray Twine; Two Soap figures carved in scout’s and Jem’s shape. How did Jem get even with Scout for contradicting him about "Hot Steams?". After that, walking home together, Scout and Jem jointly. This may mean two thinks. When Jem and Scout return to the tree with the idea of placing in it a thank you note for the anonymous gift giver, they find the knot-hole plugged up with cement. How does Jem find out the explanation for filling the knot-hole is false? Do you think this the real reason? 7. For the first time in years, Maycomb endures a real winter. Summary: Chapter 5. In to kill a mockingbird what is the significance of the tree with knothole?. Avery pee off of his porch, Jem and Dill convinced Scout to go with them over to the Radley place and sneak up to the house to look in the window. What has Scout done to ruin the play? 2. Jem told Scout thaty she was not to bother him at school. Why does the Radley place fascinate Scout, Jem and Dill? What do you notice about the narrative voice and viewpoint in the novel? Chapter 2. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone’s hiding place. There's more tinfoil in it, and this time, Jem pulls out a shiny package. What rare event results in school being closed in Maycomb? 33. What happens on the way home? Describe the struggle in detail. On the way home one day, she sees a piece of tin foil in a knothole in a tree in front of the Radley's house. After an argument with Scout, Jem suggests they play a new game called "Boo Radley," which Scout recognizes as Jem's attempt to prove his bravery. Her fear of Boo Radley and the Radley Place lessens. Nathan claimed that the tree was dying, so he cemented it up to save it. On the last day of school, she and Jem find some coins in the tree, which they decide to keep until the next school year starts. The pressure on him had been building on him since Jem, Scout, and Dill ran away after trying to get into the Radley house. Scout is careful, but eventually decides to chew them. What was Scout dressed up as to go to the pageant? a. How do jem and dill plan to send a note to boo radley In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Scout says in Chapter 6 that "Matches were dangerous, but" what "were fatal"? 3. (a) What characteristics of children in general are revealed through the Boo Radley game? (b) Why doesn’t Scout enjoy the games as much as the boys do? Chapter 5 10. Jem and Scout also find a wedding ring box containing two Indian-head pennies. Hot biscuits. In chapter four of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem, Dill and Scout are discussing Hot Steams. Scout invites Boo Radley to the front porch and then they have their conversation like how Scout imagined it would be if they ever met Term There seems to be an immediate understanding between Scout and Boo. Jem finally tells Scout what happened when he went back to the Radley House: his pants were folded up on top of the fence, and the tear in them had been sloppily mended. Lv 4 4 years ago they suspect that the products are attractive. Jem's perceptions of Boo and of bravery gradually change. What do you learn about Dill's character? What, briefly, has happened to Arthur “Boo” Radley. Scout remains reluctant and again hears about it from Jem. This guide is written for teachers and students who are studying Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Home To Kill a Mockingbird Q & A In this chapter, Scout and Jem f To Kill a Mockingbird In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Nathan (Boo's brother) has filled in the knothole with cement. What has happened to the tree when they go to place their gift in it? Chapter 8 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Jem asks Mr. in the knothole, jem and scout find: -indian pennies -chewing tobacco -an old ball-in-cup game -2 soap dolls one that looks like jem and the otrher like scout. Jem walks Scout to school on her first day. Scout's distance from the story also gives her some objectivity, although she admits that even in her objectivity, some events are questionable: "I maintain that the Ewells started it all, but Jem. Jump to: Atticus Finch. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? They found gum, two pennies, a watch, twine, and two carved soap figures of themselves Chapter 8: Growth and. What are a few of the things that they find in the tree? 12. To embarass him with his private life or to tag along behind him at recess or at lunch. An aluminum knife. Why does the Radley place fascinate Scout, Jem and Dill? What do you notice about the narrative voice and viewpoint in the novel? Chapter 2. He didn't want Atticus to find out that he had gone to the Radley house, so he went to get back his pants and found them mended and folded over the gate. Radley knows more about his trees than we do. "Don't eat things you find, Scout. This lesson covers chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird. What has Scout done to ruin the play? 2. Radley's death was a disappointment to. Radley and Jem both know that the tree is fine and that the hole is plugged to stop Jem and Scout from retrieving any more treasures. This was just in chapter 4. What did Scout and Jem find in the Radley's tree? They found gum, two pennies, a watch, twine, and two carved soap figures of themselves. Again, given Scout’s description of the Ewell property, its low value likely has little to do with the neighbors and everything to do with his personal failure to provide for his family. Chapter 28 Describe the situation as Jem and Scout walk home from the Halloween Pageant. She sees that it's two pieces of Wrigley's Doublemint gum, puts them in her mouth, and runs home to tell Jem about it. She can already hand write and her teacher wants her to wait until third grade to do that. I think Jem was upset because he liked the gifts Boo Radley was giving to him and Scout it made them feel connected to him in some kind of way. Why does Scout attack Jem? 5. Jump to: Atticus Finch. Nathan (Boo's brother) has filled in the knothole with cement. To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 6. First Scout found two pieces of chewing gum in the knot hole in the oak tree and when she told Jem about it, he told her to throw it away. This was the final chapter of the book. In chapter 14, what does Jem do that makes Scout refer to him as a “traitor”?-In chapter 14 they find Dill hiding under their beds but Jem immediately tells Atticus. There's more tinfoil in it, and this time, Jem pulls out a shiny package. Jem told Scout thaty she was not to bother him at school. Which item do they co nsider their "biggest prize"? 3. What were the mini sculptures models of? 11. What do you learn about Dill's character? What, briefly, has happened to Arthur “Boo” Radley. She berates the children as they walk past her house. Jem is much more stubborn and spiteful when it comes to growing up and learning what it means to be a respectful and responsible. This game shows the reader that these children really collect all the gossip and rumors they hear about the Radley’s, and bring it to life by acting out real people’s lives. Scout is frightened on seeing the snow. Later, Jem points out the tree to Atticus and asks if it's dying, but Atticus says the tree is 100% healthy. In chapter 4 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem and Scout begin finding objects left for them to discover inside a knot-hole of an oak tree at the Radley's. Which item do they consider “biggest prize”? page number. How does Jem find out the explanation for filling the knot-hole is false? Do you think this the real reason? 7. When you get to the top of the ladder, ignore Yara for a second and cut to the. Apparently, everyone knows how to ascertain the health and well-being of trees except me. Which item do they consider their "biggest prize"? 3. 1 what was the teachers new method of teaching reading? 2 what does scout find in the tree in radleys front yard? 3 what do scout and jem find a couple of days later? 4 what are some of the summertime games dill, jem, and scout play? 5 why is scout fairly sure that boo radley is still alive inside his house?. What superstitions do the children have in connection with the. Jem is sitting in the balcony with the other black people, waiting for the jury to come back. Boo folded Jem's pants when he intruded their yard, he left Scout and Jem little presents in the tree, and wrapped Scout in a blanket when she was outside and cold. Radley (Nathan Radley, Boo's brother) about the knothole the following day, Mr. Can you find any evidence that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo Radley? What do you think this is? 3. Which item do they co nsider their “biggest prize”? 3. What are some examples of superstitions that they discuss? What effect do they have on Scout? 2. In to kill a mockingbird what is the significance of the tree with knothole?. When Jem came home he asked me where I got such a wad. About This Quiz & Worksheet. she was to approach him with a request of reanacting Tarzan and the ant men. Jem lies, and Atticus goes back into the house. Jem is much more stubborn and spiteful when it comes to growing up and learning what it means to be a respectful and responsible. Apparently, everyone knows how to ascertain the health and well-being of trees except me. Chapter 22nd. Who got stabbed with a kitchen knife? a. She can already hand write and her teacher wants her to wait until third grade to do that. 5) What dare did Dill make with Jem? Did Jem take him up on it? Was he successful?. quickly, they understand that it replaced into incredibly Boo who placed the products in there for Jem and Scout to take as a recent because of the fact he's attempting to speak with them. She tells Jem about it, and soon they find other treasures hidden in the same place, including finely-carved soap figurines of Scout and Jem themselves. Later in the school year, Jem and Scout find another oddity in the knothole of the oak tree. Several other items appear in the tree over the next few days, including more chewing gum, a spelling bee metal, and an old watch. _(Jem to Scout) “Scout, I’m tellin‘ you for the last time, shut your trap or go home—I declare to the Lord you’re gettin’ more like a girl every day!” ____CHAPTER 7: After the ill-fated attempt to. Boo Radley put the gum there so that other people would start to wonder where it came from, so that if they did find out where it came from, they would start to acknowledge Boo. Jem asks Mr. In chapter four of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem, Dill and Scout are discussing Hot Steams. "Don't do that, Scout. In a later chapter (7), they find a ball of gray twine and two figures carved out of soap: They were almost perfect. Briefly list the things that they find. Chapter 28 1. Bob Ewell b. Jem and Scout also find a wedding ring box containing two Indian-head pennies. She tells Jem about it, and soon they find other treasures hidden in the same place, including finely-carved soap figurines of Scout and Jem themselves. After an argument with Scout, Jem suggests they play a new game called "Boo Radley," which Scout recognizes as Jem's attempt to prove his bravery. To Kill a Mockingbird Chap 1-8. she was to approach him with a request of reanacting Tarzan and the ant men. Avery pee off of his porch, Jem and Dill convinced Scout to go with them over to the Radley place and sneak up to the house to look in the window. Chapter 25- Jem realized that the roly-poly was a mockingbird and told Scout not to crush it. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school? 7. Someone find a tree surgeon. They play for fun and act out every detail about the Radley family. Previously, the children had assumed that the knot-hole was someone’s hiding place. When you get to the top of the ladder, ignore Yara for a second and cut to the. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. How does this happen? Who does it, and why might he do so? 24. How do Jem, Dill, and Scout make a squeaky gate hinge open quietly? 5. / Jem was in the seventh grade and went to high school, beyond the. Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school? Is his behaviour typical of an older child?. Boo, however, begins to win Scout and Jem over by leaving gifts for them in the knothole of an oak tree until his brother, Nathan, cements the knothole. Her fear of Boo Radley and the Radley Place lessens. The tree hole is in one of the Radley trees, so Jem is immediately anxious. Scout says in Chapter 6 that "Matches were dangerous, but" what "were fatal"? 3. Summary: Chapter 28. Write down the line of text from this chapter that shows Jem believes that he and Scout are no better than anyone else in their town. When Jem asks Mr. At the end of the chapter, Jem quietly cries. What are some examples of superstitions that they discuss? What effect do they have on Scout? 2. ” The Ewell clan is known to be lazy, disrespectful, and mean, but by Aunt Alexandra’s logic, they must be a fine family simply because they have lived on the same patch of ground for generations. in the knothole, jem and scout find: -indian pennies -chewing tobacco -an old ball-in-cup game -2 soap dolls one that looks like jem and the otrher like scout. Which item do they consider “biggest prize”? page number. Part One Chapter 10 To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus was feeble: he was nearly fifty. According to Jem, a Hot Steam is the spirit of a person who has died and is unable to get into heaven. On the last day of school, Scout and Jem find a box containing two Indian-head pennies in the same tree. Not like a lady sewed ‘em, like somethin’ I’d try to do. (a) What characteristics of children in general are revealed through the Boo Radley game? (b) Why doesn’t Scout enjoy the games as much as the boys do? Chapter 5 10. What is the news that Heck. Boo was taken to see Jem by Scout, but seemed to freeze up, with a signal that he wanted to leave, Scout walked him to the front porch. " "This wasn't on the ground, it was in a tree. 1 what was the teachers new method of teaching reading? 2 what does scout find in the tree in radleys front yard? 3 what do scout and jem find a couple of days later? 4 what are some of the summertime games dill, jem, and scout play? 5 why is scout fairly sure that boo radley is still alive inside his house?. 7th - 12th grade. At the beginning of the book Jem and Scout’s relationship is strong. Similar Questions. Chapter 7. The guide is written specifically for students in the UK, but I hope it may be helpful to users from other parts of the world. Winter arrives in Maycomb County. What do Scout and Jem find in the knothole of the tree on the Radley property? Do you have any guesses as to who might have left these odd gifts? 2. Is it takes the Israelites to go back to Genesis Chapter Eleven It takes the Israelite to go back to Genesis chapter six. OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR. Radley's death was a disappointment to. At recess, Jem tries to explain to Scout about the school’s new system of education. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. ) When the children plan to send a letter to the person who leaves the gifts, they are prevented. Why did Dill really run away?-Dill ran away because his parents ignore him and don’t care for him. When Jem and I asked him why he was so old, he said he got started late, which we felt reflected upon his. On the last day of school, Scout once again spots something shiny in the tree hole. , and i know those clay figures of both Jem and Scout (but iim not sure what chapter), a watch, etc. What apocalyptic event happens in chapter 8? answer choices. Boo even covers Scout with a blanket on a cold night she and Jem spent in front of the Radley house while Miss Maudie’s house burned down. Chapter 8 1. Which item do they co nsider their “biggest prize”? 3. ____CHAPTER 6: Jem and Dill hatch a plan to look into the Radley’s window. How does this happen? Who does it, and why might he do so? 24. 28) He inspects Jem's broken arm and Scout's minor bruises after the attack from Bob Ewell under the tree. Is it takes the Israelites to go back to Genesis Chapter Eleven It takes the Israelite to go back to Genesis chapter six. Atticus Finch- father of Jem and Scout Finch. Jem steps in when Scout is fighting with Walter Cunningham and invites the boy home for lunch. Jem says that he wouldn't care if Atticus couldn't do anything, because, as he says, "Atticus is a gentleman, just like me!" (10. Dill arrives two days later to spend the summer. ____CHAPTER 6: Jem and Dill hatch a plan to look into the Radley’s window. In a later chapter (7), they find a ball of gray twine and two figures carved out of soap: They were almost perfect. In chapter 14, what does Jem do that makes Scout refer to him as a “traitor”?-In chapter 14 they find Dill hiding under their beds but Jem immediately tells Atticus. What are a few of the things that they find in the tree? 12. Francis Hancock: Scout and Jem's cousin; a year older than Scout at eight years old; Scout describes him as "the most boring child I ever met. You will need to know what Jem and Scout discover about the tree when they. Scout hisses that Atticus knows, but Jem accuses her of being a girl and imagining things. _(Jem to Scout) “Scout, I’m tellin‘ you for the last time, shut your trap or go home—I declare to the Lord you’re gettin’ more like a girl every day!” ____CHAPTER 7: After the ill-fated attempt to. The pressure on him had been building on him since Jem, Scout, and Dill ran away after trying to get into the Radley house. Nathan (Boo's brother) has filled in the knothole with cement. What do the children find in the tree on page 64 Chapter Eight 1 Why does Scout from ESL 102 at Saint Louis University. Scout and Cecil wander around the crowded school, visiting the haunted house in a seventh-grade classroom and buying homemade candy. What do Jem and Scout agree to do with the items they find in the tree on the edge of the Radley’s yard? What conclusions about these items does Jem seem to be making without sharing with Scout? Asked by LIly V #522198 on 4/24/2016 10:42 PM. Chapter 31 Describe what Scout sees while standing on Boo Radley's porch 24. What to Jem and Scout do in order to avoid seeing the town people and feeling embarrassed? 3. Later, toward the end of the school year, Jem and Scout find two polished Indian-head pennies, good luck tokens, inside the same knothole. Instantly successful, widely read in high schools and middle schools in the United States, it has become a classic of modern American literature, winning the Pulitzer Prize. Scout says there are no "clearly defined seasons in South Alabama. For the first time in years, Maycomb endures a real winter. What does Scout find in the knothole of the tree in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird? 19 Educator Answers How were Jem and Scout going to thank the person for the things they found, in the knot. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school? Why does Jem not want anything to do with Scout at school?. Briefly list the things that they find. Does Lula speak for the majority opinion in the congregation? Why does the author include her in the church scene? 4. Chapter 22nd. The trial is the most gripping, and in some ways the most important, dramatic sequence in To Kill a Mockingbird; the testimony and deliberations cover about. Boo Radley put the gum there so that other people would start to wonder where it came from, so that if they did find out where it came from, they would start to acknowledge Boo. What are a few of the things that they find in the tree? 12. What new gifts do they find in the knothole? 31. piece of bacon 3. What do the two find underneath their bed? 6. What was Scout dressed up as to go to the pageant? a. She is courageous because she would rather suffer then die with a burden. Introduction. how does atticus explain to scout a way of getting along in school and with other people, in chapter 3 2. For the first time in years, Maycomb endures a real winter. Avery pee off of his porch, Jem and Dill convinced Scout to go with them over to the Radley place and sneak up to the house to look in the window. According to Jem, a Hot Steam is the spirit of a person who has died and is unable to get into heaven. In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. )Does Jem still fear the gifts in the tree? Give reasons for your answer. Eventually, however, Atticus catches them and asks if their game has anything to do with the Radleys. Chapter 4-6. "Don't do that, Scout. Summary: Chapter 28. What does Scout think of current fashions in education? Scout is very bored in school. What is the news that Heck. Boo seems like a distant, big brother or a hero to them. Later, Jem points out the tree to Atticus and asks if it's dying, but Atticus says the tree is 100% healthy. CHAPTER 4: Connection Questions 1. What to Jem and Scout do in order to avoid seeing the town people and feeling embarrassed? 3. Once you’ve finished the chapter, go back and look at the portion that describes Jem and Scout’s snowman, which is covered with white snow on the outside, but has a core of dark mud. This tells Jem and Scout that the presents in the hole where ment to be for Jem and Scout and that someone had been observing them. Why is the church named First Purchase? 3. Instantly successful, widely read in high schools and middle schools in the United States, it has become a classic of modern American literature, winning the Pulitzer Prize. She sees that it's two pieces of Wrigley's Doublemint gum, puts them in her mouth, and runs home to tell Jem about it. She berates the children as they walk past her house. What do the children find in the tree on page 64 Chapter Eight 1 Why does Scout from ESL 102 at Saint Louis University. Calpurnia has a good one. After Jem retrieved his pants from the fence, he slowly comes to a realization that perhaps his initial perception and judgment of Boo Radley had been wrong and that Boo Radley might be the one who keeps leaving the gifts in the tree. Bob Ewell c. When Jem tells Scout about getting his trousers back, he tells her of something strange. The first object Scout discovered was a. This lesson covers chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird. How do jem and dill plan to send a note to boo radley In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Two scouts were up high in the trees for which they are able to see them with the Army Jumpers. It takes the Israelites to go back and remember that when the Lord looked at the whole world and realize that there are people who do not have a reference of God always brought a dramatic thing that changed the mindset. In this chapter, Scout and Jem find several more items in the knot-hole of the tree. Scout invites Boo Radley to the front porch and then they have their conversation like how Scout imagined it would be if they ever met Term There seems to be an immediate understanding between Scout and Boo. The trial is the most gripping, and in some ways the most important, dramatic sequence in To Kill a Mockingbird; the testimony and deliberations cover about. What superstitions do the children have in connection with the. (a) What characteristics of children in general are revealed through the Boo Radley game? (b) Why doesn’t Scout enjoy the games as much as the boys do? Chapter 5 10. The guide is written specifically for students in the UK, but I hope it may be helpful to users from other parts of the world. I have questions. Not letting go of her hands he asked to walk him home, Scout does as he asks. 74% average accuracy. He says he won't come down until you agree to play football for the Methodists. After they find the soap dolls, what does Jem realize that Scout does not yet understand? 4. Jem, Dill, and Scout occupy their summer days playing out scenes from the rumored stories of the Radley's past. 5) What dare did Dill make with Jem? Did Jem take him up on it? Was he successful?. She tells Jem about it, and soon they find other treasures hidden in the same place, including finely-carved soap figurines of Scout and Jem themselves. Give two reasons to explain Jem’s tears. 2 at Mills E. she was to approach him with a request of reanacting Tarzan and the ant men. This guide is written for teachers and students who are studying Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Chapter 30 What do we leam about Atticus' views on justice in this chapter? 23. Later, toward the end of the school year, Jem and Scout find two polished Indian-head pennies, good luck tokens, inside the same knothole. This game shows the reader that these children really collect all the gossip and rumors they hear about the Radley’s, and bring it to life by acting out real people’s lives. Write down the line of text from this chapter that shows Jem believes that he and Scout are no better than anyone else in their town. A pack of gum; A spelling bee medal; A pocket watch. He also could be upset because he doesn't understand why someone would want to keep another person in a house like a prisoner for a mistake he made a couple of years back. an apple c. Not 'til you agree to play football for the Methodists. What does Jem lose in the escape from the Radley. Since school is declared closed on account of the snow, Scout and Jem decide to visit Miss Maudie. When Jem and Scout return to the tree with the idea of placing in it a thank you note for the anonymous gift giver, they find the knot-hole plugged up with cement.