- Describe a time when you felt like someone needed to “crawl around in your skin” in order to understand you better.
Is there anything cruel about Dill’s game of “Getting Boo To Come Out?” Who might the children be hurting? Explain.
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1st Blog for Sutton/Golden:
How do Atticus’ dealings with Mrs. Dubose bring out different aspects of his character and/or develop those we’ve already seen?
1st Blog for Berman/Tavernaro/Rosen (title your blog "Blog #1".)
How do Atticus' dealings with Mrs. Dubose bring out different aspects of his character and/or develop those we've already seen?
1st Blog for Nance/Trimble/Bollinger 4th hour:
Golden/Sutton: Label your response "blog #2".
Choose a minor character and explain his/her purpose to the plot/themes/characters in TKM. Possibilities include: Lula, Reverend Sykes, Dill, Miss Maudie, Boo, Miss Fisher and Miss Stephanie Crawford.
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