To Kill a Mockingbird Essay
To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 5
-Where do Scout and Jem start finding gifts?
Jem and Scout find gifts in the knothole of the tree.
-What do they find? List all the items.
They find sticks of gum, 2 Indian head pennies, a pocket watch, 2 soap carved dolls, twine, and a spelling bee medal.
-Jem decided they could continue playing their game if they did what?
Jem decided they could continue playing their game if they changed the name of the characters. Jem also decided to send Boo a note asking him politely to come out and they would buy him ice cream.
-Who did Jem send a note to and what did it say?
Jem wrote a note to Boo in the knothole which was Boo Radley to thank him for the gray ball …show more content…
- What was the outcome of Jem’s mission?
On the walk home, Jem admits to Scout that his pants were folded and mended when he returned to the Radley's.
- Why does Cecil Jacobs make fun of Scout because of her father?
He makes fun of scout because he is defending Tom Robinson, a black man.
- What does Atticus warn Scout to hold and keep from doing?
Atticus asks Scout to hold her head high, and keep those fists down and not to get in fights at school over the case, no matter what anyone says to her.
-Which black man is Atticus defending?
-How did Scout respond to Cecil’s name calling?
She remembers what Atticus told her so she walks away instead, even though she gets called a coward.
-How did Scout feel about how she handled Cecil's name calling?
Scout was very excited.
-Who is Uncle Jack, and what words did he not want to hear from Scout?
Uncle Jack is the uncle of Jem and Scout, who always look forward to his visits. He didn’t want to hear “Hell” or “Damn.”
-What did Jem and Scout get for Christmas?
They both got an air rifle.
-Talking to Francis gave Scout what kind of sensation?
Talking to Francis gave Scout the sensation of settling slowly to the bottom of the ocean.
-Why did Scout split her knuckle to the bone on Francis's front teeth?
She punched him harder than she meant to and his