FC: To Kill A Mocking Bird Scrapblog- The Life Of Me and Scout Finch Created By Sydney Period 1
1: Entry 1: My Summer Childhood Memory | Ocean City Cousins Lizards The Beach!
2: Explanation | In the summer, I go to Ocean City, Maryland every year. It is so fun! Me and my family go to the beach every day. We also get a lizard and play with it. It is important to me because I have gone since I was little.
3: Entry 1: Scout's Summer Memory | Dill Miss Maudie Boo Radley's House
4: Explanation Dill and Miss Maudie had a big impact on Scout's summer. She spent a lot of time with both of them. Also, Boo Radley's (the malevolent phantom) house was something that Scout always thought about. She inconspicuously visited and wondered about it many times throughout the summer. Quote: "Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom."
5: Entry 2: Tough Time/Life Changing Memory When I was in 5th grade, my father was told that in order to keep his job, he must move to Chicago or New York. This made a huge impact because it changed where I live right now.
6: Tough Time/Life Changing Memory Continued... This obviously changed my reputation and the way people looked at me because I was changed into "the new girl" | Nervous Shy Friendless
7: Entry 2:Tough Time/ Life Changing Memory | Scout's Mother died when she was very young. This obviously changed her life deeply because she had no mother. It commuted the way people looked at her a little, because people were more nice because they felt bad for her. | Confused Sad Upset | Quote:"Did I (Scout) love her(her mom)?"
8: Entry 3: My Family Memory When my brother signed up for soccer, it changed my whole life. My father didn't want to, but my brother really wanted to play when he was about 10 years old. Me and my dad went to his games, and my dad suddenly enjoyed watching him. When I was about 5 years old, my father decided it was my time. If my brother didn't beg my dad to play, I would never have had any interest in soccer, nor my father. | Mom + Dad> Brother, sister, and me.
9: Entry 3: Scout's Family Memory When Aunt Alexandra moved in, Scout's life changed. Scout was very indignant and cynical because she knew Aunt Alexandra would try to "straighten her up". She wanted Scout to dress in nice habiliments and act like like a lady. Quote: "Well, your father and I decided it was time I came to stay with you for a while."
10: CONCLUSION 1. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it." - Atticus. This taught Scout a lesson; she learned that she needs to put herself in other's shoes. 1. I think Scout has learned most about racism. Watching the Tom Robinson case, she understands how life really is. She realizes it wasn't fair at all with the predilections the whites put on blacks.
11: 3. I think Atticus has taught the most to Scout. He speaks to her about almost everything. He tells her not get into vexations, not to be contemptuous, and not to browbeat other kids. He wants Scout not to act acrimonious towards the kids at her school. He speaks to her about fairness, respect, and doing what' right also.