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  • Treat your guests like how you would treat yourself
  • That was rude, he's our company!
  • Being kind
  • You need to respect Boo!
  • Respect others, put yourself in their shoes
  • I'll leave him alone. He need time to think.
  • “He ain’t company, Cal he’s just a cunningham...Don’t matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house’s yo’ comp’ny…”(Lee, 33). Scout has made a rude comment to their house guest, though Calpurnia takes her aside and teaches her the right from wrong. Now Scout knows that not everybody has the same ways of living and now knows better to treat them equal.
  • The right from wrong
  • Never say that word again!
  • Do you like niggers?
  • “ “What were you trying to give him?” “Just a letter...We thought he might enjoy us””(Lee, 64-65). The kids are trying to get Boo out of his house. Scout wants to check in on him and offer him some ice cream. The is a very advanced move for such a young girl because all the rumors and bad things they have heard about Boo Radley has been put aside. The kids are caring and kind hearted for thinking this way and their act of kindness.
  • Smart mature decisions
  • Your father likes niggers
  • “Jem stayed moody and silent for a week. As Atticus had once advised me to do, I tried to climb into Jem’s skin and walk around in it…(Lee, 77). Scout is now reflecting on what Jem might be going through. By doing this Scout knows not to bother him and to let him be.
  • No swearing
  • If you swear, there will be consequences!
  • “Do you defend niggers,Atticus?...Of course I do. Don’t say nigger Scout. That’s common”(Lee, 99). Atticus catches Scout using the word nigger and he tells her what right and wrong. Not only did he tell her to not fight kids at school anymore but to stop calling black people niggers. She then gained more respect and love for the black community.
  • “I drew a bead on him, remembered what Atticus had said, then dropped my fists and walked away...It was the first time I ever walked away from a fight”(Lee, 102). Scout makes a really mature move in this scene. She has the ability to kick Cecil Jacobs butt, though she makes a smart decision to walk away and respect her father’s wishes. She was the better person and though the teasing hurt, she was brave and responsible.
  • “Cal says she’s been cussing fluently for a week….I was proceeding on the dim theory...that if atticus discovered I had picked them up at school he wouldn’t make me go” (Lee, 104-105). Scout now has the mind of a trickster. She wants Atticus to fall for the bad behavior to stop her from going to school, there for she is being a baddie. She now swears like its apart of everyday language. This is called becoming a teen and trying to be cool.
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