Chapters 1-6 Storyboard

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  • He's killing us all!!
  • Miss Caroline Fisher
  • Miss Caroline Fisher
  • This is the scene where Arthur "boo" Radley allegedly stabbed his father in the leg with scissors for no reason. This was one of the main reasons why nobody ever heard or saw Arthur Radley for years which intrigued and inspired Scout, Jem, and Dill to investigate the Radley house. (Page 11)
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  • This is the scene where Miss Caroline and Scout are first introduced to each other and Scout's first day of school. Miss Caroline was mad that Scout already knew how to read and write which led them to argue about how she learned. The ruler represents what happens to Scout the second time she argues with Miss Caroline. This scene is important because it's the first time Scout has been in school and from the first day she isn't liking it. (Page 16/17)
  • This is the scene where Miss Caroline notices the bugs in Burris Ewell's hair after they all returned from lunch. She panicked and Little Chuck Little solved the problem, calmed her down, and even got her some cold water. This scene is important because it introduced us further into Burris Ewell and Chuck. (Page 26)
  • This is the scene where Scout rolled down the sidewalk in a tire really fast and landed in front of the Radley house porch. Jem pushed her very hard and Scout was disoriented after she got out and didn't even know where she was initially. This scene is important because Scout heard somebody laughing inside the Radley house which further interested her. (Page 37/38)
  • This is the scene where Scout spends some of her day with Miss Maudie Atkinson. This was the first time Scout had been somewhat pushed aside by Jem and Dill. Scout talked to Miss Maudie Atkinson about different things, but the most significant was Boo Radley. This scene was important because Scout got a realistic view on Boo Radley and the Radley house from an adult and not just rumors spread by kids. (Page 43/44/45)
  • This is the scene where Scout, Jem, and Dill go to the Radley house at night to try and see Boo Radley even though they were told not to. When they got to the house Jem was seen near the porch and Mr. Radley shot his shotgun. This scene was important because it gave the group overall a reality check and made Scout and Jem's friendship start to diminish. (page 53/54)
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