Storyboard part 1

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  • Smart
  • Tell your father to stop teaching you at home.
  • Doesn't think things through
  • Why do you put syrup on everything?
  • Bravery
  • Ugh!!!!
  • "Miss Caroline told me to tell my father not to teach me anymore, it would interfere with my reading." (Page 22) This quote shows how Atticus is smart because her father reads to her. He teaches her. The teacher tells her to tell her father to stop because they will get her in trouble.
  • curious
  • "Atticus shook his head at me again. "But he's gone and drowned his dinner in syrup," I protested. He's poured it all over-" It was then that Calpurnia requested my presence in the kitchen." (Page 32) This shows how Atticus doesn't know how to talk propertly.
  • Certain
  • "My fists were clenched and I was ready to let fly. Atticus had promised me he would wear me out if he ever heard of me fighting any more. (Page 99) This shows how Scout is brave to fight someone. She is young and she is brave enough to get in a fight. 
  • Finding gum in a tin foil
  • "But I was worrying another bone. "Do we lawyers defend n-Negros, Atticus?" "Of course they do, Scout." "Then why did Cecil say you defend niggers? He made it sound like you were runnin'n a still." (Page 100) This is showing how Scout is being curious. She tends to ask a lot of questions. She wants to know what happens. And why something happened.
  • What Happened? Why? When? Where ?
  • "Dill was becoming something of a trial anyway, following Jem about. He had asked me earlier in the summer to marry him, then he promptly forgot about it." (Page 55) Scout is certain that she will marry Dill. He said that she is the only girl he will ever love. 
  • We will get married in the future
  • "Some tinfoil was sticking in a knot-hole just above my eye level, winking at me in the afternoon sun." (Page 44) This quote is showing how Scout found a piece of gum in the knot-hole. She first licked it to see if she would die. After she saw that she didn't she started to chew on it. 
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