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Parenting Concerns. Journal. Ch. 10-11 a. Using examples from Chapter 9, list some ways that Scout has changed since the beginning of the book. b. How does Atticus’ definition of courage foreshadow upcoming events? Ch. 12-13 a. Why does the author include Lula in the story?

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Parenting concerns

Parenting Concerns


Journal

Journal

Ch. 10-11

  • a. Using examples from Chapter 9, list some ways that Scout has changed since the beginning of the book.

  • b. How does Atticus’ definition of courage foreshadow upcoming events?

    Ch. 12-13

  • a. Why does the author include Lula in the story?

  • b. Describe Aunt Alexandra and her personality.

    Think about it…

  • Why is the book broken into two different parts?


The atticus web

The Atticus Web

  • Take 15 minutes to finish the web (blue sheet) we started for Atticus on Thursday.

  • Think through these questions as a pod:

    • What does Atticus seem most concerned with his children learning?

    • What does that show about his values?

    • What does Aunt Alexandra seemed concerned with the children knowing? Why?


Types of conflict

Types of Conflict

  • Discuss three of the conflicts in the novel so far. Be sure to explain exactly which type of conflict you are describing.

    • man vs. self

    • man vs. man

    • man vs. nature

    • man vs. society

    • man vs. fate/destiny

  • Discuss the scene at First Purchase. Did anything surprise you?


Mister jem

“Mister” Jem

  • Honorifics

    • - Mr. - When using the proper forms of address, a boy is a mister until the age of 7.

    • Between the ages of 7 to 18 there is no title and at 18 he becomes correctly addressed as Mr.

    • - Miss - Girls on the other hand, have no title until the age of 9. From then until they are married they are addressed as Miss.

    • - Ms. - Today in business, the title of Ms. for women is correct. It originated from the 17th century French and is short for mistress. It is a correct usage for women married or single. Although some women may not prefer this, it is correct. If you use this title, it is proper to just say Ms. Ann Smith.

    • - Mrs. - If the woman is married she must use her Husband’s first and last name. Mrs. Michael Smith. To say Mrs. Ann Smith indicates that she is divorced.

    • The use of sir and ma’am - The use of sir and ma’am are not to be used among people of the same age. They are typically used to address distinguished people such as a customer, teacher, and a person in office or of older age or position. The latter may also use the term Madam.

    • Why does Calpurnia start calling Jem “Mister”?


Parenting concerns

  • 1. Why do some characters have titles, while others do not?

  • 2. What is the significance of a person’s title?

  • 3. What are some factors that have an effect on a person’s title?


Parenting concerns

  • The use of titles to address people can have a profound effect on their interactions.

  • In TKAM, the author uses titles to convey respect or disrespect, and elevate or degrade a person’s status.

  • Titles also reveal who and what the society values most.


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