TKAM Scout Growth Storyboard

TKAM Scout Growth Storyboard
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  • Scout Learning a Lesson 
  • He's our company!!
  • Scout Learns That She Doesn't Like School
  • I don't want to be here.
  • Scout Gets Left Out
  • I wish that I could relate to the boys that way.
  • "It was then that Calpurnia requested my presence in the kitchen... 'There's come folks who don't eat like us,' she whispered fiercely, 'but you ain't called on to contradict 'em at the table when they don't.'" (Lee, 32) In this quote Calpurnia, the Finch's maid, is telling Scout about the imprortance of respect. The message is about how anyone, no matter who they are, should be treated with dignity no matter what.
  • Scout and Jem Learn the Truth
  • We miss the tree and all its gifts.
  • "The remainder of my schooldays were no more auspicious than the first. Indeed, they were an endless Project that slowly evolved into a Unit, in which miles of construction paper and wax were expended by the State of Alabama in its well-meaning but fruitless efforts to teach me group Dynamics." (Lee, 43) In this quote, Scout begins to know that she doesn't like the way she is treated becouase of her age and also that she hates learning such elementary things when she has read books of large difficulty.
  • Boo and the Blanket
  • "Jem said Mr. Avery misfigured, Dill said he must drink a gallon a day, and the ensuing contest to determine relative distances and respective prowess only made me feel left out again, as I was untalented in this area." (Lee, 68) In this moment Scout is left feeling excluded and awkward because she isn't a boy and she doesn't know what it feels like to do what the two boys are talking about. With this knowledge one must also know that Scout knows that she isn't one of the "girly girls" her age and she doesn't mind except when she is put in a situation like this.
  • Atticus's Talk
  • I will never have kids... I don't understand them.
  • "He stood there until nightfall, and I waited for him. When we went in the house I saw he had been crying; his face was dirty in the right places, but I thought it odd that I had not heard him." (Lee, 84) This is when Scout and Jem find out that Mr. Radley filled their tree's hole with cement and Jem is devistated. Scout Learns that the tree is perfectly healthy and Mr. Radley did it for his alterior motives and I think that Scout feels sad and mad that she didn't get to send a note to Boo Radley.
  • "'Someday maybe, Scout can thank him for covering her up.’ ‘Thank who?’ I asked. ‘Boo Radley. You were so busy looking at the fire you didn’t know it when he put the blanket around you.’ My stomach turned to water and I nearly threw up when Jem held out the blanket and crept toward me.” (Lee, 96) This is a pivitol part in the story becuase Scout finally figures out the mystery of Boo Radley. She now knows that he is real and not a figment of her imagination. She can now grow to understand Boo with Jem and Dill and I think they will try to figure out what his perspective is.
  • Look at the crazy fire on Mrs. Maudie's house!
  • “‘Go to bed.’ I scurried to my room and went to bed… But I never figured out how Atticus knew I was listening, and it was not until many years later that I realized he wanted me to hear every word he said.” (Lee 117) I think that when Atticus said all those things about Scout not being strong, he knew that if she heard it that she would be feirce and try to brave through it. Also I think that Scout would soften and accept tticus after she heard his kind words. 
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