When people mature, there is often a specific event that causes them to come out of childhood and into adulthood. Although many small moments contribute to the maturation of a child, there is usually an important event in which the child needs to grow up to comprehend. An example of this is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, which is a bildungsroman, where the children begin to mature as adolescents. In the novel, there were specific points of growing up for both of the Finch children. For Jem Finch, the pivotal moment in his maturation and new understanding of the world’s unfairness is his reaction after he receives the verdict of Tom Robinson’s trial.
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird teaches many good lessons about people. In this book, Jem and Scout are able to witness everyday situations in which people are not treated the same or do not have the same way of life. The children get to see and understand the Tom Robinson trial. They also see how other people lives are different from theirs, including the lives of the Cunningham’s, the Ewell’s, Tom Robinson, and Boo Radley. The children are also able to make their own opinions about most of the situations that they see.
Throughout the entire first part of “To Kill A Mockingbird”, we constantly see Scout grow up in front of our eyes. We, readers, see how she develops new senses, goes through different experiences, and learns new things. This novel includes many topics that are huge factors in growing up. We see Scout grow up most; however, we also see many other characters grow up as well. One of the biggest factors in growing up is learning.
Finding out how cruel society is at a young age is a lot to take in but gives so much in return. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, two characters Jem and Scout learn many valuable lessons that do not necessarily come from school education. Throughout the book, valuable lessons Jem and Scout learn are more found in real-life rather than in a school atmosphere. The school life of Jem and Scout is not mentioned in the book that much, but from the scenes they are mentioned, seems to the reader that the school is protecting them and holds them back. In real-life, Scout and Jem are revealed to court cases, racism, murder, and etc.
As we go through the different stages of life, it might not be easy for all of us, especially for Scout and Jem. Scout and Jem are abruptly woken up by the nightmare of reality from their dream of innocence. Throughout the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, it documents the moral growth of Jem and Scout as they gain a better understanding of the world. At the start of the book, Jem and Scout are innocent little kids the same as everyone else. Throughout the story, this innocence is being tested by different events for instance; the Tom Robinson Trial.
This method is used to get our attention because most people see fairy tales as simply made up stories for children, but don't understand its meant to go through adults first to then be used on children. In reality, each tale teaches a lesson in regards to consequences if children are overprotected and left vulnerable for the moment they as adults become independent. Adults can still use fairy tales to teach their children but not by reading it to them but instead reading them themselves and breaking them down to use as a guide to raising their children. This way others in our community will also empower children being independent and self-sufficient in a world full of obstacles we as human need to face for our
Lot of creativity found as we shows everything to my teacher due to the planning and taking an initiative to do things in class that are required to us. At the school age from six to twelve years I learn to read and write down my name. The last stage is the stage five is when becoming adolescent as I experience now. I have been go through a lot of changes at this very period and peer pressure is one of the most distractive matter that I want to get out of
Recognizing different perspectives is a hard thing to do, especially if you’re a kid now knowing the complications of the world. Being a kid is not knowing the “real” world like racism, authority violence, etc. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Cather in the Rye by J.D Salinger describes the adulthood, innocence, and perspective of others. In the settings of the books the characters aren’t questioned for roaming off without an adult. The characters portray the lives of others realizing the positions they are faced with.
Should Teenagers Follow Parental Advice Kids these days learn a lot of new things everyday and those new things can lead to different choices, those new things they learn are either from school or home and since they are kids they often get confused of what choices to make and will always get others opinion for that topic. When those small kids grow up they start making their own choices and i think they should make their own choices, but that doesn't mean that all choices you make are random. Always put some thought into it and then make that choice because sometimes Teens are right and sometimes parents are right, and the other way around too, teens can be wrong and so can parents. In my opinion i think Teenagers should make their own choices because of these three
This means that people wonder what might happen if they had or had not done a certain thing. It is connected to this study for students often daydream about what they want to be when they grow up. Especially when they were kids, Where they were asked by different teachers the same question. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” As a kid, you don’t realize the vast variations of different professions in the world of adults. The most common answers are a teacher, an astronaut, a doctor, a nurse, a chef, a steward/ess, to name a few.
One of the major themes of this story is "Part of growing up is learning about society, but not necessarily accepting it." There are many examples of this throughout the story proving this. Both of Atticus 's children had a hard time grasping the cruelties of society. Therefor many situations are brought forth One example of this is when Scout asked why Cecil Jacobs called her family
Many of the younger children had a more difficult time understanding the process of the hearing screening and what was needed of them. After a while myself and my classmates began to come up with different ideas to help them to understand so that the process could go by faster. We came up with the idea to practice with the children and for those who were afraid to put the headphones on, we would but them on ourselves so that they could see that it was okay and not going to hurt them. At the School for the Deaf and Blind I got the opportunity to help with gathering students to get their heights and weights. It was interesting to interact with them because I do not know sign language.