To Kill a Mockingbird chapters 10-11

What did Scout’s uncle Jack learn from Scout and Atticus? Uncle Jack broke up the fight between Scout and Francis. He automatically took Francis’s side. Since Francis was injured, he looked like a wronged party. Scout just gave in to Uncle Jack and said that she did what he said she had. Later, she points out to Jack that he didn’t even give her a chance to explain, that Atticus always listens to both sides before he decides which person is guilty.Secondly, when Scout asks Uncle Jack a question, he does not really answer. Atticus explains to Jack that such tactics only confuse kids. The truth is always best.
What brave thing does Atticus do in Chapter 10? Why were Scout and Jem shocked? Atticus shoots a mad dog in Chapter 10. Scout and Jem are shocked because until this day they think of Atticus as having no real talents or anything about which to be proud. He had never touched a gun to their knowledge, and he did not believe in fighting. Thus, they were very surprised to find out about One-Shot Finch.
What did Jem do when Mrs. Dubose said Atticus “lawed for ******s”? When Mrs. Dubose insulted Atticus, Jem took Scout’s birthday baton and cut the tops off of Mrs. Dubose’s prized camellia bushes.
What was Jem’s punishment? Jem’s punishment was that he had to repair the damage as well as he could. He also had to read to Mrs. Dubose each afternoon after school for a month.
What did Jem learn from his encounter with Mrs. Dubose and following her death? From his encounter with Mrs. Dubose, Jem learned that people aren’t always what they seem, that one can’t understand someone until one has the facts and that there are many different kinds of courage. Mrs. Dubose was courageous to free herself of drug dependency.

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