Scout, Jem, and Dill are running away from the Boo Radley's house after they saw and heard something that came from the house. This is important because they were really curious about how Boo Radley look but they are too scared.
In this chapter scout slaps Francis for calling Atticus nigger-lover and calls him a whorelady. This is important to me because it shows how much love Scout has for Atticus and she cares what people say about him.
Atticus is shooting Tim Johnson because he is acting all crazy. This is important because this is when Jem and Scout find out what their dad can really do. Now they will think differently of Atticus.
Dill runs away from home. Scout And Jem find him under their bed. This is important because Dill feels he doesn't get enough attention at his home, but he receives all the attention he needs when he is with Jem and Scout.
Atticus is sitting in front of the Maycomb Jail, protecting tom Robinson. This is important because even though Atticus knows that he shouldn't be doing this, he is going to do it any way. If he doesn't represent Tom Robinson, it could ruin his image.
Calpurnia is walking up to Atticus to give him a letter that Aunt Alexandra wrote about Scout, Jem, and Dill went missing. This is important because it shows Aunt Alexandra really cares for the kids.