This scene is where Bob Ewell spits in the face of Atticus. I think it is imortant because it shows that even thought the Ewells won, he still feels like Atticus tore into his family and outargued him during the trial. Therefore, he is mad and needs to get back at atticus and shows who is the bigger man.
This scene is when Miss Maudie tells the kids that Atticus made the judges really think about their decision. This shows that their is always something positive to have in a situation and that it is a step in the right direction.
This scene is when Atticus comes home and tells everyone that Tom Robinson was shot in an attempt of trying to break out of jail. This is a story-changing event as their will be no chance for an appeal or Atticus to win the case.
This is the scene where Atticus is telling the kids that he is not worried about Bob Ewell hurting him. However, the kids are much more worried about an attack. I think its important because it shows the amount of courage of that Atticus has and that he isn't afraid of anything.
This is where Atticus is talking to Jem about the law and the case. This shows Jem maturing as he can really begin to see what happened in the case and later he names the four classes of people.
This is when Mrs. Grace Merriweather is invited to the finch household and she says that people need to do more for blacks in africa. Later she blames atticus for her maids sulkiness since the trial. Its important because it shows how ungrateful people are and how they should be happy that Atticus gave it his all.