Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3 Analysis Plot & Events Scout bullies Walter Cunningham at school, because he didnt have any lunch. P25 What else? What else? Characters

Walter Cunningham description p 25: Walter p26./27 Calpurnia was furious p27 She says: Scout says she hates Calpurnia p28 but later in the chapter, Calpurnia is more. Characters

Chuck Little description: p29 He gets Miss Caroline some water after she sees the cootie crawl out of Burris Ewells hair. When Burris gets a cootie out of his hair: Miss Caroline. p29 Burris Ewells description: .. P30 The Ewell kids are truants absent from school. Hes a mean one, a hard-down mean one. When Burris

storms out of the room, making the teacher cry, the other students crowd around her, saying them aint Themes / Ideas Ghosts Boo Radley, the h_ _ _t p26 Rumours: Walter explains how people in the town think that Boo Radley put poisoned p_ _ _ _ s over the fence. P26 Class /Education Calpurnia scolds Scout for making fun of W_ _ _ _ r for his lack of etiquette at the table.

When Scout tells Atticus about how Miss Caroline doesnt want her to read at home, Atticus tells her: First of all, he said, . p33 Hint Very significant quote!!! Question: What is the message the author is trying to convey through this quote with regard to the characters introduced so far in the novel? Themes / Ideas The Law: Scout tells Atticus that she doesnt have to go to school because Burris Ewell only goes on the first day of school and the truant lady reckons shes carried out the law when she gets his name on the roll p33 Atticus tells her: You cant do that, Scout, Sometimes its better to bend the law a

little in special cases. In your case, the law remains rigid. So to school you must go. Scout says she doesnt see why she has to go to school when Burris doesnt. Atticus explains that because the Ewells were people, but they lived like a _ _ _ _ _ s. p34 , and Scout was of the common folk, she must obey the law. Atticus goes on to explain that the common folk turned a blind eye to some of the activities of people like the Ewells, like truancy, hunting and trapping out of season. He also says that to prevent the Ewell kids from starving, the town lets Bob Ewell hunt out of season- his relief checks go on green whiskey. Atticus infers that compromise is necessary in this special case. He persuades Scout to continue to go to school, and in exchange the family continues to r _ _ d at home. P35 Question: Do you agree with Atticus position on this legal issue? Why or why not? Setting

When Scout walks home from school, she likens the house to her emotions: When I passed the Radley Place for the fourth time that day twice at a full gallop my g _ _ _ m had deepened to match the house. p31 Question : Complete the following sentence: This positions the reader to view the Radley house as a symbol of Language The poor students language is indicative of their lack of education with missing sounds at the ends of words.

Eg: em, aint, sendin, leavin. The effect of this language technique is to position the reader to keep in mind the kids lack of e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n. The contrast with Miss Carolines speech also works to highlight the disparity in e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ n between the teacher and students / the counties: Maycomb Vs Winston

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