Atticus Parenting Style Essay

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1. Discuss Atticus’s parenting style. What is his relationship to his children like? How does he seek to instill conscience in them?
Atticus’s parenting is really good. He is friendly with his kids also, he is the role model to both of his children. He treats his children as equal. He allows Scout to be herself, and does not pressure her to be more girlish. Atticus is also talks to them like adults and he teaches the kids to be kind to others. His attitude and actions remain consistent with his attitudes. Atticus also passes on his lesions and knowledge to them to be more like them self.
2. Analyze the trial scene and discuss its relationship to the rest of the movie.
The trial scene brings the main themes of the novel and moves them each step forward and backward from the beginning to end of the rape scene. The themes deal with race, color, different points of …show more content…

Scout is still maturing. She still sees the danger in separating different people from one category. Scout takes the advice from Atticus and tries to see the point of view from the other side. One great example would be, when Boo saves Jem and Scout meets Boo at the end of the movie she walks Boo to his house and stands on the front porch and sees the world from Boo’s perspective. Jem and Scout definitely change and get mature form beginning to end.
4. What is Atticus’s relationship to the rest of Maycomb? What is his role in the community?
“You never really understand a persoon until you consider things from his point of view.... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” He is well-respected lawyer in the community and is respected for his fairness treatment to all the citizens in town. The reason he took Tom Radley’s case is because he treats each person as individual. He is the voice of reason and justice for the entire town of Maycomb and for his family.
5. Analyze the author’s treatment of Boo Radley. What is his role in the

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