Table of Contents
- 1 What does Scout get in trouble for?
- 2 How did Scout get in trouble during lunch?
- 3 What page does Scout get in trouble?
- 4 Who was the meanest man in TKAM?
- 5 Are we poor Atticus?
- 6 Why do scouts mistakes make Miss Caroline so angry?
- 7 Who was the meanest man God ever blew breath into?
- 8 Who is the person that Calpurnia calls the meanest man ever God blew a breath into?
- 9 Why does scout get in trouble in add Yours?
- 10 Why is scout in trouble with the teacher the first day of school?
- 11 Why does Scout know more than she is supposed to?
What does Scout get in trouble for?
Scout gets in trouble for learning how to read and write and telling Miss Caroline about the Cunningham family.
How did Scout get in trouble during lunch?
In Chapter 3, Scout has to finish her meal in the kitchen because she was being rude to their guest, Walter Cunningham. That morning in school, Scout had gotten in trouble for trying to defend Walter Cunningham.
What were scouts 3 Mistakes?
Scout makes three mistakes:
- Scout knows how to read, and she reads well. Miss Caroline had expected a class full of hungry, unlearned young minds.
- Scout starts writing a letter to Dill in cursive. Miss Caroline notices and stops her.
- Walter Cunningham, Jr.
What page does Scout get in trouble?
In the Warner Books publication, the pages are 88–90 for this incident. The passage is in Chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird. Scout’s cousin Francis is not a relative of whom she is very fond.
Who was the meanest man in TKAM?
Radley is the meanest man in the town of Maycomb Alabama. Another metaphor about Mr. Radley is when Dill said “inside that house lives a malevolent phantom”. (Pg 10) I think Dill is saying that Mr.
Where does Scout threaten to drown herself?
Where does Scout threaten to go and drown herself in Chapter 3? Barker’s Eddy.
Are we poor Atticus?
He has no money.” “Are we poor, Atticus?” Atticus nodded. “We are indeed.” Jem’s nose wrinkled. “Are we as poor as the Cunninghams?” “Not exactly. The Cunninghams are country folks, farmers, and the crash hit them hardest.” Atticus said professional people were poor because the farmers were poor.
Why do scouts mistakes make Miss Caroline so angry?
It made Miss Caroline angry because she wanted to teach Scout in her own way–the way she learned in college.
What was Scout’s punishment?
The teacher punished her by telling her she is not allowed to read and write at home with Atticus. The teacher hits Scout’s hand with a ruler when she speaks up about Walter Cunningham not been able to pay the teacher back.
Who was the meanest man God ever blew breath into?
Calpurnia says. “There goes the meanest man ever God blew breath into”,(Pg 15). I think Calpurnia is saying that Mr. Radley is the meanest man ever to live.
Who is the person that Calpurnia calls the meanest man ever God blew a breath into?
She has held a “tyrannical presence” in the Finch home ever since Jem was born. Though she rarely “commented on the ways of white people,” Cal calls their neighbor, Mr. Nathan Radley, “the meanest man ever God blew breath into.” She spat when she said it.
How much older is Jem than his sister?
Jem is ten years old at the start of the book, four years older than his sister Jean Louise “Scout” Finch. In the book, his age ranges from ten to twelve. Jem is also the son of lawyer Atticus Finch. One day, Jem learns that Atticus has taken a case defending a black man named Tom Robinson who has been accused of rape.
Why does scout get in trouble in add Yours?
Add Yours. Scout gets in trouble because she knows how to read (the teacher cites she’s been taught incorrectly), for explaining why Walter Cunningham won’t take a twenty-five cent loan for lunch money, and then finally, saying straight out that Walter can’t afford to pay her back (Scout is slapped with a ruler).
Why is scout in trouble with the teacher the first day of school?
Basically, Scout is in trouble because she intimidates the teacher for two different reasons. The first is that Scout already knows more than she is supposed to (at least according to Miss Fisher) because she can already read.
What does scout get in trouble for in to kill a Mockingbird?
On her first day of school, what does Scout get in trouble for? List three things. | To Kill a Mockingbird Questions | Q & A | GradeSaver On her first day of school, what does Scout get in trouble for? List three things.
Why does Scout know more than she is supposed to?
The first is that Scout already knows more than she is supposed to (at least according to Miss Fisher) because she can already read. That seems to upset Miss Fisher because she, being a first year teacher, had assumed none of the kids would know how to read and she had planned on teaching them.