How To Write A Book Report For To Kill A Mockingbird

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I am reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. This book is about Scout growing up. Throughout the book she learns various life lessons. The most main and most apparent lesson she learned was how to walk in someone elses shoes. In this journal I will be evaluating.

G- Theme - Walk in someones shoes. Y- Encounters with Miss Caroline. R- Original thoughts of Miss Caroline. R- After walking in Miss Caroline’s shoes. Y- Encounters with Boo Radley. R- Original thoughts of Boo Radley. R- After walking in Boo Radley shoe’s. G- From these encounters.

A person does not really understand someone until he or she walks in that persons shoes. Scout learns this through encounters with several people. One …show more content…

The first reason being that Miss Caroline told Scout that Atticus and her can no longer read together. Another reason Scout dislikes Miss Caroline is because Miss Caroline whipped her hands with a ruler in front of the whole class, then made her go stand in a corner. She was punished because Scout was trying to explain the Cunningham’s way of life, which to Miss Caroline sounded disrespectful. Although after walking in Miss Caroline’s shoes as advised by Atticus she realized, that it was an honest mistake on Miss Caroline’s part. Scout and Walter could not possibly expect Miss Caroline to learn the ins and outs of Maycomb in one day. They also could not hold her responsible when she did not know any better. Another person she shares these encounters with is Boo Radley. Her original thoughts were that Boo Radley he was malicious entity who never came outside. She was scared of him due to the stories that were told. These stories were told because he never came out of the house. Scout did not understand why he never came out of the house, she assumed every one likes to be outdoors. Jem, Dill, and her tried many times to get him to come out in spite of this. Although later in To Kill a Mockingbird when she

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