____________________________________________________________________ Objective: Students will: *revise their response to their homework on Aunt Alexandra vs. Uncle Jack. *analyze ch. 10.
____________________________________________________________________ Open your homework assignment
Share your response with your partner
In two paragraphs compare and contrast Aunt Alexandra with Uncle Jack. Use textual evidence to support your response.
Lets Discuss __________________________________________________________________ Open your books to chapter 10
1. What are your impressions about Scout's feelings toward her father ? Are they founded?
2. The title of this novel is explained in this chapter. How do you believe this will play a role later on in the story?
3. How else is this neighborhood "settled"? Use textual evidence.
4. Why do you believe this is so important to Scout?
5. Context Clues: alist Passage: "he seemed dedicated to one course and motivated by an invisible force that was inching him toward us. We could see him shiver like a horse shedding flies; his jaw opened and shut; he was alist, but he was being pulled gradually toward us."
6. Predict. How might this story symbolize something else in the novel? What is the significance?
7. Think on the essential question.
Is something substantial lost—or gained—in the transition from innocence to awareness (journey from childhood to adulthood)?
How is Jem growing? Use textual evidence to support your response.
Standard: RI/RL. 9-10.1.
Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.