To Kill A Mockingbird - Chapter 16 Type your answers in complete sentences; Print them out; Bring To Class
As said in class, I will be grading you MAINLY on your Significant Points in terms of how they show you are thinking about what you are reading and making your own deductions, ideas, perspectives etc.
FIVE Important Events: BE SPECIFIC. Use bullets or number them.
The night after their run-in at the town jail, Scout ends up sleeping in Jem's room after she starts crying in her own.
Dill asks why Mr. Raymond's sitting on the far side of the square with the African-Americans, and Jem says that he likes them better than