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Scout is taught to sympathize and view things through other people's’ perspectives after she comes home from school upset because she dislikes her teacher. She thinks that her teacher is uneducated and annoying because she is new to Maycomb and doesn’t want Scout learning outside of school
Atticus tells Scout that if she tries to understand things as from Miss. Caroline's perspective, he will continue to read with her.
You never really understand a person until you consider things form his point of view until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.
After Scout gets into a fight with Walter Cunningham, Jem invites him over to lunch.
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