In the begining Scout wasnt mature, so she got into a fight with Walter because he made her look like a foolin front of the whole class.Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop. “You’re bigger’n he is,” he said.
In the middle Scout starts to get a little more sensible because she went inside and told Calprnia instead of playing with it.“What’s he doing?” “I don’t know, Scout. We better go home.” “Aw Jem, it’s February.” “I don’t care, I’m gonna tell Cal.” We raced home and ran to the kitchen. “Cal,” said Jem, “can you come down the sidewalk a minute?” “What for, Jem? I can’t come down the sidewalk every time you want me.” “There’s somethin‘ wrong with an old dog down yonder.” Calpurnia sighed. “I can’t wrap up any dog’s foot now. There’s some gauze in the bathroom, go get it and do it yourself.” Jem shook his head. “He’s sick, Cal. Something’s wrong with him.” “What’s he doin‘, trying to catch his tail?” “No, he’s doin‘ like this.” Jem gulped like a goldfish, hunched his shoulders and twitched his torso. “He’s goin‘ like that, only not like he means to.” “Are you telling me a story, Jem Finch?” Calpurnia’s voice hardened. “No Cal, I swear I’m not.” “Was he runnin‘?” “No, he’s just moseyin‘ along, so slow you can’t hardly tell it. He’s comin’ this way.” Calpurnia rinsed her hands and followed Jem into the yard. “I don’t see any dog,” she said.
She acts more mature and she is quiet when the doctor is trying to talk. She also is very scared for Jem.