To Kill a Mockingbird (Chapter 2)

To Kill a Mockingbird (Chapter 2)

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Events from Chapter 2 in Chronological order.

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  • Teach me? He hasn’t taught me anything, Miss Caroline. Atticus ain’t got time to teach me anything... my name’s really Jean Louise Bullfinch, that I got swapped when I was born and I’m really a...
  • Tell your father not to teach you any more, it would interfere with your reading.
  • Nome thank you ma’am
  • 2 2 2 2
  • 1 3 1 3 3 3 1 1 3
  • We’ll do like we always do at home, but you’ll see— school’s different.
  • Scout: A, B, C, D,... Z
  • Here’s a quarter, go and eat downtown today. You can pay me back tomorrow.
  • “Did you forget your lunch this morning?
  • Does anybody know what these are?
  • DILL (EVENT 1)
  • Yeb’m
  • Don't bother me today at school.
  • You mean we can't play anymore?
  • Bye Dill; see you next summer.
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  • Scout might be literate
  • Dill leaves Maycomb county in September to return to Meridian, this was after he met Jem and Scout.
  • I will be spending time in Maycomb every summer. See you all next summer! 
  • Scout is going to school for the first time. She is in First grade.
  • Scout's teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher, notices that she is brilliant in reading and writing, but the teacher instructs her to inform her father to not teach her, so that Scout can start over on her reading.
  • As an effect to the teacher instructing Scout to Inform her father, Scout gives the teacher an explanation that her father did not teacher her, reading or writing.
  • Later during lunch, the teacher checks every student's lunch and notices that Walter did not bring his lunch. So, she was willing to lend him a quarter and told him to eat his lunch downtown. But, Walter refused taking the quarter three times.
  • The class knew about Walter and the Cunninghams and as result of Event 5 and Event 4, the class chose Scout to explain the teacher about the Cunninghams. So Scout talks about the Cunninghams in behalf of Walter.
  • What is it, Jean Louise?
  • What, Jean Louise?
  • 4
  • Ah—Miss Caroline?
  • 5
  • Miss Caroline, he’s a Cunningham.
  • That’s okay, ma’am, you’ll get to know all the county folks after a while.... along on it.
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