Do you think Scout's reaction is the reaction some people get from snow? Why?
How do we cope with difficult disasters that could be fatal to others we know today?
Do you think the reaction from Scout is the same that we would act about natural disasters? If so, how?
Was it common for people to go into a burning house to save their neighbor's stuff?
What is your reaction to seeing snow?, and how does it compare to other people when they experience snow?
Do you think Mrs. Maudie started her house on fire or if it was really the flue in the kitchen?
Do traumatic events usually bring a neighborhood together?
Would you put yourself in the same fire situation that Scout put herself into? Why or why not?
How have children and neighborhoods changed since the 30s?
Do you think, in the thirties, traumatic events were taken more lightly or more significantly than life today? For instance, the fire on Miss Maudie's house.
Do you think people today are as courteous as people in the 30's? (Would neighbors today help their neighbor if they saw a fire as Atticus did with Miss. Maudie or would they mind their own business?)
Do large fires commonly occur while it is snowing outside in freezing temperatures? What would your reaction be to seeing this kind of event?
We're house fires a big problem in the 1930s?
Do kids in the south still get out of school for a centimeter of snow?
How have neighborhoods/small communities changed throughout the years relationship wise? Would neighborhoods now help out if their was a fire next door and try to help them?
What makes small communities like Maycomb so willing to put themselves in danger to help a neighbor? Do you think neighborhoods like this one are promenade in society today?
Why would all most of Maybell come together to help Miss Maudie? Would neighbors go and help other neighbors like that nowadays?
Where fire alarms/ whistles in all towns then? Do many towns still have them today?
Do think people today still at times don't even care about deaths in their neighboorhood?
Have communities changed between the thirties and today? If so, in what ways?
How do communities in the South react to snowfall nowadays?
In the world today, do you think people often hide their grief with a different emtion when a horrible accident occurs? Why or why not?
Do you think the kids reaction to the snow is similar to a reaction of someone who has never seen snow before
What did Scout and Jem do with the snow?
How do we as Americans manage such environmental disasters today? Are they as common as they were in the thirties?
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