TKAM Story board

TKAM Story board

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  • Jem Touches the House
  • I'm touching the house!
  • Jem Helps Walter
  • Scout, stop rubbing Walters face in the dirt.
  • Jem plays the "Boo" Radley game
  • Okay, Dill, your are Mr. Radley
  • "Touch the house, that all" (Lee 18) This shows how childish Jem was at the beginning of the book. Jem would always take on a challenge no matter what it would be. This emphasizes the childish and playful humor that Jem has.
  • Jem, Scout and Dill go for a walk
  • I don't dwell on past defeats
  • "Boo" Radley put the blanket on you!
  • "but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt, Jem came and told me to stop" (Lee 30). Jem shows a sense of courage by protecting Walter. This also shows that Jem is caring and shows sympathy towards others. This shows how Jem is developing into a man with courage and respect.
  • The blanket Situation
  • "Jem parceled our roles: I was Mrs. Radley, and all I had to do was come out and sweep the porch. Dill was Old Mr. Radley" (Lee 51). Jem doesn't mind playing the "Boo" Radley game with the younger kids. He has lots of fun impersonating the Radleys and still has the motivation to play with Dill and Scout without question.
  • Dinner at Finch's Landing
  • I sit at the adult table now!
  • "Jem was not one to dwell on past defeats: it seemed the only message he got from Atticus was insight into the art of cross-examination." (Lee 68) This shows the development of Jem over the course of the book. He has learned to ignore bad failures and to move on as an adult. Jem is growing into a young adult and is taking advice from his father (Atticus).
  • "He sneaked our of the house-turn 'round-sneaked up, 'an went like this!" (Lee 96). Jem used to be very frightened of "Boo" Radley but when telling Scout what happened, he says it in a joking manner. This also shows how Jem's thoughts on the Radley's have changed and he doesn't see them as monsters.
  • "At Christmas dinner, I sat at the little table in the dining room; Jem and Francis sat with the adults at the dining table." (Lee 108) This shows how Jem is now sitting with the adults and is leaving Scout. Jem is starting to talk more to the adults than with the children that he grew up with. Although, he is joining the adult table, he seems to still have a good relationship with scout.
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