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*Last name: CholoplyPortfolio Assignment 10.3: Chapter QuestionsAs you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three complete sentences for chapters 1–8 in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Answer the questions in the following chart and submit the assignment with your portfolio. To download the portfolio assignment to your computer, click here.Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you type your answer. Save the document as “YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment10.3.pdf” (for example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be: Johnson_PortfolioAssignment10.3.pdf). You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio.Portfolio Assignment 11.1: Chapter QuestionsAs you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three complete sentences for chapters 9–16. Answer the questions in the following chart and submit the assignment with your portfolio 3. To download the portfolio assignment to your computer, click here.Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you type your answer. Save the document as “YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment11.1.pdf” (for example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be: Johnson_PortfolioAssignment11.1.pdf). You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio.Portfolio Assignment 12.3: Chapter QuestionsAs you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three complete sentences for chapters 17–24. Answer the questions in the following chart and submit the assignment with your portfolio. To download the portfolio assignment to your computer, click here.Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you type your answer. Save the document as “YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment12.3.pdf” (for example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be: Johnson_PortfolioAssignment12.3.pdf). You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio. Be sure to save your assignment as a .doc or .PDF file.Portfolio Assignment 13.2: Chapter QuestionsAs you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three complete sentences for chapters 25–31. Answer the questions in the following chart and submit the assignment with your portfolio 3. To download the portfolio assignment to your computer, click here.Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you type your answer. Save the document as “YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment13.2.pdf” (for example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be: Johnson_PortfolioAssignment13.2.pdf). You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio. Be sure to save your assignment as a .doc or .PDF file.
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ENGL 51: Eleventh-Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 10.3
Chapter Questions from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird
As you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three
complete sentences for chapters 1–8 in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Answer the questions in
the organizer chart below and submit the assignment with your portfolio. Save this file on your
computer and type in your answers.
Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you
type your answer. Save the document as YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment10.3.pdf (for
example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be:
Johnson_PortfolioAssignment10.3.pdf)
You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio.
ENGL 51: Eleventh Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 9.2 Chapter Questions
To Kill a MockingBird Chapters 1-8
Name: ____________________________________________________
Date: _____________________________________________________
Course Access Code: ________________________________________
Chapter 1: Summary
Six-year-old Scout Finch describes 1933 Maycomb, Alabama, and discusses her family’s history.
She briefly describes her family housekeeper (Calpurnia), her father (Atticus), and her older
brother (Jem). She and Jem meet their new summertime neighbor, Charles Baker “Dill” Harris.
The reader is introduced to the Maycomb legend, Boo Radley, and Dill decides that he wants to
try draw Boo out. The children’s first attempt involves a dare for Jem.
Chapter 1: Questions
1. What do you learn about Maycomb, Atticus Finch, and his family?
2. What do you learn about Dill’s character?
3. What, briefly, has happened to Arthur “Boo” Radley?
4. Why do you think the Radley place fascinates Scout, Jem, and Dill?
Chapter 2: Summary
Dill goes home to Meridian, and the children begin the school year, which is Scout’s first year at
school. Jem makes it clear that Scout is not to associate with him at school. Scout’s excitement
for school soon diminishes when she upsets the teacher by already knowing how to read. Miss
Caroline’s first day of teaching is further disrupted when she quickly learns that not all students
want to learn, and not all students are nice and polite. Scout unknowingly adds to Miss
Caroline’s humiliation by explaining why Walter Cunningham has no lunch bucket and why he
would refuse charity. All in all, it’s pretty much a bad first day of school for Scout.
Chapter 2: Questions
1. Why is Scout so looking forward to starting school?
2. Why do you think Jem doesn’t want anything to do with Scout at school?
3. What do you think of Miss Caroline Fisher as a teacher? What are some qualities that make
her good or bad at her job?
Chapter 3: Summary
Jem interferes when Scout shoves Walter Cunningham’s face into the schoolyard’s dirt. Scout is
convinced it is Walter’s fault that she has had such a bad first day of school so far, and it is only
lunchtime. Jem tells her to stop and invites Walter to their house for lunch. Scout meets with
another difficulty when she scolds Walter for pouring syrup all over his food. She is sent to eat
her meal in the kitchen with Calpurnia, who tells her that people who visit their home and eat
with them can do what they are comfortable doing, and Scout will not interfere, regardless of
who the company is. Miss Caroline is faced with the darker side of Maycomb’s community, and
Scout decides never to return to school again after her miserable day. Atticus convinces Scout to
compromise.
Chapter 3: Questions
1. Who is Calpurnia? What is her place in the Finch household?
2. What does the way Atticus treats Walter reveal about Atticus’s character? Does Scout learn
anything from Walter’s visit? What do you think this is?
3. Atticus says that you never really understand a person “until you climb into his skin and walk
around in it.” What does this mean? Is this is an easy thing for Scout to learn?
4. What do you learn in this chapter about the Ewells? What are they like?
Chapter 4: Summary
Coming home from school one day, Scout finds two pieces of chewing gum in a knothole in the
Radley’s live oak. Scout is still disappointed in her school experience, but before Dill comes
back for another summer, Jem and Scout find a small, foil-wrapped box containing two polished
Indian head pennies in the oak tree knothole. Later, when the three children are together, they
develop a game of imitating the Radleys on the Finch porch, with each child playing a role in the
Radley family drama. Somehow, to the children’s surprise, Atticus knows about it and orders the
children to stop.
Chapter 4: Questions
1. What does Scout think of current theories in education?
2. What superstitions do the children have in connection with the Radley house?
3. Why do you think the children make Boo’s story into a game?
4. What caused the laughter from inside the Radley house?
Chapter 5: Summary
Wanting information about Boo Radley, Scout goes to her neighbor Miss Maudie, a kind and
good-natured neighbor who allows the children near-free reign of her yard. Scout questions Miss
Maudie about Boo, and Miss Maudie provides some answers. Jem comes up with the idea of
giving Boo a note by extending a note on a fishing pole through Boo’s window. However, their
plans are interrupted by Atticus, who scolds them tremendously and orders them to stop
tormenting the man.
Chapter 5: Questions
1. Describe Miss Maudie Atkinson. How typical do you think she is of Maycomb’s women?
What do the children think of her?
2. What does Miss Maudie tell Scout about Boo? How does this compare with what Scout
already believes?
3. Scout claims that “Dill could tell the biggest ones” she ever heard. Why do you think Dill
would have told such lies?
4. What reasons does Atticus give for the children not to play the Boo Radley game? Do you
think he is right? Why do you think the children are so fascinated with the man?
Chapter 6: Summary
The night before Dill has to leave for home, the children plot to peek in Boo Radley’s window.
However, while on the porch the kids are spooked by a man’s shadow and run away through the
schoolyard. At their escape, Jem gets trapped in the fence and has to remove his pants. When
they return, the children hear that Nathan Radley, Boo’s brother, shot at a “Negro” in the collard
patch. Atticus notices that Jem has no pants, and Dill explains that Jem lost them while playing
strip poker. Later that night, Jem goes back to retrieve his pants.
Chapter 6: Questions
1. Why does Scout disapprove of Jem and Dill’s plan of looking in at one of the Radleys’
windows?
2. Jem wants to go back and get his pants so that Atticus doesn’t find out what they did. Why
do you think it’s important to Jem that Atticus does not find out about what happened?
Lesson 7: Summary
Two weeks after the kids tried to peek into Boo’s window and Jem lost his pants, Jem admits to
Scout that he found his pants neatly folded and mended across the fence that night. Jem and
Scout find a ball of twine in the tree’s knothole, and they decide to watch to see if it is another
kid’s secret hiding spot. Instead, in October of Scout’s second year in school, they find soap
carvings of a boy and girl. They also find an old spelling medal, a pocket watch, a chain, and a
knife. The children decide to write a letter, and leave it in the hiding spot.
Lesson 7: Questions
1. What is it about the situation with his pants that perplexes Jem so much?
2. What evidence can you find that Jem is beginning to understand more than Scout about Boo
Radley? Why do you think this is?
3. How are the children prevented from leaving a letter in the hiding place? Who prevents it and
how? Why might he do this?
Lesson 8: Summary
Boo Radley’s mother dies that winter, and the next day it snows for the first time in Maycomb
since 1885. Scout thinks it is the end of the world. Scout and Jem build their first snowman and
create a caricature of another neighborhood character, Mr. Avery. Sadly, an enjoyable day turns
tragic as Miss Maudie’s house burns down. Her house collapses, and the children watch outside,
evacuated from their home. At some point in the night, Boo puts a blanket around Scout’s
shoulders without her noticing.
Lesson 8: Questions
1. Why do you think Scout quizzes Atticus about his visit to the Radley house? How much does
Atticus tell her?
2. Why does Scout think it sensible of Atticus to save Miss Maudie’s oak rocking chair?
3. When Atticus asks Scout about the blanket around her shoulders, what does Jem realize?
4. Explain what Atticus means by telling Jem not to let his discovery “inspire” him to “further
glory”? Is there any reason to believe why Jem might now do as his father says?
ENGL 51: Eleventh Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 10.1
Chapter Questions from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird
As you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three
complete sentences for chapters 9–16 in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Answer the questions
in the organizer chart below and submit the assignment with your portfolio. Save this file on
your computer and type in your answers.
Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you
type your answer. Save the document as YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment10.2.pdf (for
example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be:
Johnson_PortfolioAssignment10.2.pdf)
You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio.
ENGL 51: Eleventh Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 10.2 Chapter Questions
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 9–16
Name: ____________________________________________________
Date: _____________________________________________________
Confirmation Number: ________________________________________
Chapter 9–10: Summary
Atticus is assigned the case of Tom Robinson, a 25-year-old black man accused of
assaulting 19-year-old Mayella Ewell. The Ewells are a poor white family of nine, living in
the town dump. Scout’s cousin, Francis, slanders Atticus for defending Tom and Scout beats
Francis, but won’t tell Atticus what Francis said. Uncle Jack comes to Atticus’s house,
where Atticus confides that the court case is unfavorable for his client. Jem is given an air
rifle for Christmas and Atticus tells him it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. A neighbor’s dog
appears rabid and Atticus must shoot him with one shot. The children learn Atticus was once
known for his shooting abilities.
Chapter 9–10: Questions
1. How well does Atticus feel he should defend Tom Robinson? Is it usual for (white)
lawyers to do their best for black clients in Alabama at this time?
2. Scout and Jem have “mixed feelings” about Christmas. What are these feelings and
why?
3. When Francis talks to Scout, he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra.
What is this feature?
4. Read the final sentence of chapter 9. Explain in your own words what it means and
why it might be important in terms of how Atticus hopes to raise his children..
5. In chapter 10 Atticus tells his children that “it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” What
reason does he give for saying this?
6. Why does Heck Tate not want to shoot Tim Johnson?
7. Jem and Scout have different views about telling people at school how well Atticus
can shoot. Explain this difference.
Chapter 11: Summary
Jem cuts the tops off of Mrs. Dubose’s camellia bushes in revenge after she ridicules Atticus.
As a punishment, he is to read to her six afternoons a week after school for a month. A
month after he completes his punishment, Mrs. Dubose dies and Atticus tells Jem about her
morphine addiction and her desire to overcome it. Atticus admires her courage in defeating
the addiction.
1. How does Atticus advise Jem to react to Mrs. Dubose’s taunts?
2. What does Mrs. Dubose say about the children’s mother? How does Jem feel about
this?
3. What request does Mrs. Dubose make of Jem? Is this a fair punishment for his
“crime”?
4. Explain in your own words what Atticus thinks of insults like “nigger-lover.” Do you
agree with him? Why or why not?
5. Why, in Atticus’s view, was Mrs. Dubose “a great lady”?
Chapter 12–14: Summary
Calpurnia takes the children to her Sunday services at First Purchase, where the children are,
for the most part, warmly welcomed. Scout marvels at the differences in Calpurnia’s church
and her own. Reverend Sykes collects money for Tom’s family. When they return home,
they find Aunt Alexandra waiting, much to Scout’s dismay, as Aunt Alexandra is determined
to turn Scout into a proper young lady. Aunt Alexandra immediately institutes changes and
tries to instill respect for the family history of the Finches. Aunt Alexandra advises Atticus
to fire Calpurnia, but she goes too far with this advice. Atticus insists that the children love
Calpurnia. It is discovered that Dill had run away and has sought refuge with the Finches.
1. Explain why Calpurnia speaks differently in the Finch household than she speaks
among her neighbors at church.
2. Why does Aunt Alexandra come to stay with Atticus and his family? What is she
like?
3. Read the first two things Alexandra says when she comes to the Finch house. Do
these seem typical of her or not?
4. Comment on Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does
Atticus tell them to forget these ideas?
5. Comment on Atticus’s explanation of rape. How suitable is this as an answer to
Scout?
6. Why is Scout pleased when Jem fights her back? Why is she displeased when he
tells Atticus about Dill?
Chapter 15: Summary
Tensions mount in the community during the days before the trial. Sheriff Heck Tate
summons Atticus to stop a mob at the jail. Armed only with a light, Atticus confronts a mob
intent on lynching Tom Robinson. Scout, Jem, and Dill sneak out to see what is going on
and watch Atticus face the mob. Thinking these were all men she knew and not realizing the
danger, Scout runs to Atticus to be with him. She only recognizes Mr. Cunningham, who is
Walter’s father. Scout shames the mob by asking Mr. Cunningham how Walter is doing and
how his entailment is coming along. She reminds him Atticus said they would get through it
together.
1. What is the “nightmare” that descends upon the children?
2. How does Jem react when Atticus tells him to go home, and why?
3. What persuades the lynching party to give up their attempt on Tom’s life?
4. Comment on the way Scout effects events without realizing it at the time.
5.
Describe Scout’s behavior in the setting mentioned above.
Chapter 16: Summary
The trial draws heavy attendance, including Jem, Scout, and Dill, who sneak in. They find
seats in the segregated balcony section. By the time they are seated, Judge John Taylor is
presiding, and Sheriff Heck Tate takes the stand. The trial begins.
1. What “subtle change” does Scout notice in her father?
2. What sort of person is Dolphus Raymond?
3. How does Reverend Sykes help the children see and hear the trial? Is he right to
do so?
4. Comment on Judge Taylor’s attitude to his job. Does he take the trial seriously or
not?
5. Where do Jem, Scout, and Dill sit in the courthouse? Why is this significant?
ENGL 51: Eleventh Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 10.1
Chapter Questions from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird
As you read the novel, you will be answering chapter questions in a minimum of two to three
complete sentences for chapters 9–16 in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Answer the questions
in the organizer chart below and submit the assignment with your portfolio. Save this file on
your computer and type in your answers.
Make sure you label everything clearly and include the chapter number and question before you
type your answer. Save the document as YourLastName_PortfolioAssignment10.2.pdf (for
example, if my last name was Johnson, my portfolio assignment file name would be:
Johnson_PortfolioAssignment10.2.pdf)
You will be submitting your questions and answers with your final portfolio.
ENGL 51: Eleventh Grade English 1
Portfolio Assignment 10.2 Chapter Questions
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 9–16
Name: ____________________________________________________
Date: _____________________________________________________
Confirmation Number: ________________________________________
Chapter 9–10: Summary
Atticus is assigned the case of Tom Robinson, a 25-year-old black man accused of
assaulting 19-year-old Mayella Ewell. The Ewells are a poor white family of nine, living in
the town dump. Scout’s cousin, Francis, slanders Atticus for defending Tom and Scout beats
Francis, but won’t tell Atticus what Francis said. Uncle Jack comes to Atticus’s house,
where Atticus confides that the court case is unfavorable for his client. Jem is given an air
rifle for Christmas and Atticus tells him it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. A neighbor’s dog
appears rabid and Atticus must shoot him with one shot. The children learn Atticus was once
known for his shooting abilities.
Chapter 9–10: Questions
1. How well does Atticus feel he should defend Tom Robinson? Is it usual for (white)
lawyers to do their best for black clients in Alabama at this time?
2. Scout and Jem have “mixed feelings” about Christmas. What are these feelings and
why?
3. When Francis talks to Scout, he reveals an unpleasant feature of Aunt Alexandra.
What is this feature?
4. Read the final sentence of chapter 9. Explain in your own words what it means and
why it might be important in terms of how Atticus hopes to raise his children..
5. In chapter 10 Atticus tells his children that “it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” What
reason does he give for saying this?
6. Why does Heck Tate not want to shoot Tim Johnson?
7. Jem and Scout have different views about telling people at school how well Atticus
can shoot. Explain this difference.
Chapter 11: Summary
Jem cuts the tops off of Mrs. Dubose’s camellia bushes in revenge after she ridicules Atticus.
As a punishment, he is to read to her six afternoons a week after school for a month. A
month after he completes his punishment, Mrs. Dubose dies and Atticus tells Jem about her
morphine addiction and her desire to overcome it. Atticus admires her courage in defeating
the addiction.
1. How does Atticus advise Jem to react to Mrs. Dubose’s taunts?
2. What does Mrs. Dubose say about the children’s mother? How does Jem feel about
this?
3. What request does Mrs. Dubose make of Jem? Is this a fair punishment for his
“crime”?
4. Explain in your own words what Atticus thinks of insults like “nigger-lover.” Do you
agree with him? Why or why not?
5. Why, in Atticus’s view, was Mrs. Dubose “a great lady”?
Chapter 12–14: Summary
Calpurnia takes the children to her Sunday services at First Purchase, where the children are,
for the most part, warmly welcomed. Scout marvels at the differences in Calpurnia’s church
and her own. Reverend Sykes collects money for Tom’s family. When they return home,
they find Aunt Alexandra waiting, much to Scout’s dismay, as Aunt Alexandra is determined
to turn Scout into a proper young lady. Aunt Alexandra immediately institutes changes and
tries to instill respect for the family history of the Finches. Aunt Alexandra advises Atticus
to fire Calpurnia, but she goes too far with this advice. Atticus insists that the children love
Calpurnia. It is discovered that Dill had run away and has sought refuge with the Finches.
1. Explain why Calpurnia speaks differently in the Finch household than she speaks
among her neighbors at church.
2. Why does Aunt Alexandra come to stay with Atticus and his family? What is she
like?
3. Read the first two things Alexandra says when she comes to the Finc …
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