Why do you think Christmas was not exactly fun in the Finch's house?
Why would Scout be ashamed if Atticus defended African Americans?
Do you think it is common for this to happen to people who defend the blacks? Why or why not?
Why does Scout defend Dill?
Why is Scout teased for her father defending Negroes?
do you think Scout's attitude changed when she walked away from the fight?
Why do you think that Scout defended Dill
What are the effects on Jem and Scout?
What was scout thinking when she was defending Dill?
Do you think the variety of personalities within Scout's family has an effect on her and Jem? In what ways?
Why do you think Francis is so set on the idea that Atticus is ruining the entire family because he is defending an African American?
What do you think happened between the Ewells and John Taylor?
What does it say about Atticus' character or personality for defending African-Americans during this time period?
Why do you think Aunt Alexandra still keeps Scout at the kids table?
Why would Francis think that Atticus is ruining the family by defending a African American?
Do you think Atticus is the only one who got talked badly upon for defending blacks? Explain.
Why do you think that no one in the family is defending Scout when Francis is making fun of Atticus?
How many people out of 10 do you think defended blacks in this book on average?
Why do you believe Scout defended Dill?
Why is Atticus's helping a Negro such a big controversy for everyone?
How do you think the court case of Atticus defending an African American is affecting the attitude or lifestyle of Scout?
How do you think Scout feels about Atticus defending an African American in court?
What do you think Scout was thinking when she defended Dill??🤔
What did Scout think When she had to cover up the snowman?
Why is Atticus so nervous for Scout and Jem's future?
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