To Kill A Mockingbird
What do they value to be of importance?
What is there attitude towards others?
What do they believe in life?
Family – Atticus and Jem
Sacred bonds of childhood- stories, pacts
Reading and books
Jem as a brother
Boo Radley for saving her
Combative- if you say something Scout disagrees with/something against her family be ready for a fight
Fighting also occurs due to Scout’s naivety – if she does not understand what someone says she usually takes offence
Voices her opinion often
Tells it like it is
Good of humanity
Believes in her dad
Enjoys being her own person (not a girly girl)
She believes everyone should be equal
“When they finally saw him, why he hadn’t doneany of those things . . . Atticus, he was real nice. . . .” (Ch 31, p.309)
Treating others with dignity and respect (especially later in the novel)
Scout’s playmate and protector
He is respectful towards others
Eager to ‘grow up’
Believes in justice
His role as protector (of Scout and Dill)
Morality and moral education
Jem and Scout
Treat others like you would want to be treated
Don’t judge someone until you have walked in their shoes
It is a sin to kill a mockingbird- to cause or inflict harm on someone who has done no wrong.
Believes in equality between all individuals
Everyone has a right to a fair trial
“Remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” Ch 10, p.99
Family and upholding the family name.
Southern values, propriety and tradition
The safety of Atticus
Disapproves of Scout’s choice to live as a tomboy, thinks she should become a...