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1 To Kill A Mockingbird Review Characters Significant Quotes Irony Themes 100 200 300 400 500 Click for Jeopardy Thinking Music

2 Characters for 100: Based on these characteristics and comments, name that character: Puts cement in the knot hole of a tree: Keeps his child locked in the house after he got into trouble as a teen. Mr. Radley, Boo’s father Back to Game Board

3 Characters for 200: Based on these characteristics and comments, name that character: Angry, name caller. Object of vandalism. Person of courage. Sent a white flower in a box as a parting gift. Mrs. Dubose Back to Game Board

4 Characters for 300: Based on these characteristics and comments, name that character: Saved up nickels for ice cream. Liked to grow red geraniums. Wanted friends. Mayella Ewell Back to Game Board

5 Characters for 400: Based on these characteristics and comments, name that character: Won a pretty baby contest. Felt unwanted by parents. Proposed to Scout. Back to Game Board Dill

6 Characters for 500: Based on these characteristics and comments, name that character: Drank mysterious liquid from paper bag. Involved in a town myth about relations with a colored woman. Dolphus Raymond Back to Game Board

7 Significant Quotes for 100 After you tell who said this line, describe when in the story it is said and how it is important to the story and the theme. “Your father’s right. Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They don’t eat up people’s gardens, don’t nest in corncribs, they don’t do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” Here, as Miss Maudie is repeating Uncle Jack’s safe firearms instruction, she is talking about literal mockingbirds. Consider how a mockingbird could be figurative and represent a kind of person. Back to Game Board

8 Significant Quotes for 200 After you tell who said this line, describe when in the story it is said and how it is important to the story and the theme. “Hey Mr. Cunningham. How’s your entailment getting’ along?” Back to Game Board Consider what was happening right before Scout said this and what happened as a result of her having a short conversation with Walter Cunningham’s father.

9 Significant Quotes for 300 After you tell who said this line, describe when in the story it is said and how it is important to the story and the theme. “I may not be much but I am still sheriff of Maycomb County and Bob Ewell fell on his knife.” As Heck Tate makes this declaration to Atticus after Bob Ewell’s attack on Jem and Scout, consider how Bob Ewell really died and why it might be important to just call the death an accident. Back to Game Board

10 Significant Quotes for 400 After you tell who said this line, describe when in the story it is said and how it is important to the story and the theme. You ain’t got no business bringin’ white chillin here-they got their church, we got our’n. It is our church, ain’t it, Miss Cal?” As Lulu questions Calpurnia on the propriety of bringing white children to an African-American church, what new perspectives on prejudice are introduced? Back to Game Board

11 Significant Quotes for 500 After you tell who said this line, describe when in the story it is said and how it is important to the story and the theme. “You are too young to understand it, but sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than a whiskey bottle in the hand of – oh your father.” As Miss Maudie mixes philosophy with gardening and conversation with her friends, Jem and Scout, she might be suggesting that too strict religious beliefs need to be tempered with tolerance. Back to Game Board

12 Irony Examination for 100 Points Describe the irony present in this line from the book or in the situation surrounding it. Miss Caroline: “Now you tell your father not to teach you any more. It’s best to begin reading with a fresh mind. You tell him I’ll take over from here and try to undo the damage …” Think about how Miss Caroline is a school teacher and about what she is advising Scout NOT to do. What message does she send with this advice? Back to Game Board

13 Irony Examination for 200 Points Describe the irony present in this line from the book or in the situation surrounding it. Maudie: You and Jem have the benefit of your father’s age. If your father was thirty you’d find life quite different. Scout: I sure would. Atticus can’t do anything …” Atticus’ children don’t think their creaky old father can do anything. In reality, what kinds of things can he do?. Back to Game Board

14 Irony Examination for 300 Points Describe the irony present in this line from the book or in the situation surrounding it. Tom Robinson: “Yes, suh. I felt sorry for her, she seemed to try more’n the rest of ‘em..” Back to Game Board What could be wrong about defendant Tom Robinson being concerned over the work and burden he felt that Mayella Ewell shouldered?

15 Irony Examination for 400 Points Describe the irony present in this line from the book or in the situation surrounding it. “A court is only as sound as its jury, and a jury is only as sound as the men who make it up. I am confident that you gentlemen will review without passion the evidence you have heard, come to a decision, and restore this defendant to his family. In the name of God, do your duty.” How reasonable is Atticus in these last sentences of his closing remarks to the jury in the Tom Robinson case? What is he asking the jury to do and what do they do? Back to Game Board

16 Consider how the society ladies treat their “hired help,” what they expect of them, and how they interpret Christian behavior. Back to Game Board Irony Examination for 500 Points Describe the irony present in this line from the book or in the situation surrounding it. Mrs. Merriweather faced Mrs. Farrow: “Gertrude, I tell you there’s nothing more distracting than a sulky darky. Their mouths go down to here. Just ruins your day to have one of ‘em in the kitchen. You know what I said to my Sophy, Gertrude? I said, “Sophy,” I said, ‘you simply are not being a Christian today. Jesus Christ never went around grumbling.’ I tell you, Gertrude, you never out to let an opportunity go by to witness for the Lord.

17 Your response could be one sentence which states a truth about the definition or conditions supporting friendship in humans that was derived from experiencing the events and interactions in this book. Back to Game Board Theme Determination for 100 Points One way to find theme is to ask two questions: 1. What is this story about? 2. What is the author’s attitude or opinion about your answer to Question 1. The answer to Question 2 is usually a statement of theme. For this question, you are given a possible answer to Question 1 and you have to consider it in creating a one sentence answer to Question 2. Answer to Question 1: Friendship

18 Your response could be one sentence which states a truth about how humans view or “live” justice in their lives that was derived from experiencing the events and interactions in this book. Back to Game Board Theme Determination for 200 Points One way to find theme is to ask two questions: 1. What is this story about? 2. What is the author’s attitude or opinion about your answer to Question 1. The answer to Question 2 is usually a statement of theme. For this question, you are given a possible answer to Question 1 and you have to consider it in creating a one sentence answer to Question 2. Answer to Question 1: Justice

19 Your response could be one sentence which states a truth about what constitutes effective or ineffective parenting that was derived from experiencing the events and interactions in this book. Back to Game Board Theme Determination for 300 Points One way to find theme is to ask two questions: 1. What is this story about? 2. What is the author’s attitude or opinion about your answer to Question 1. The answer to Question 2 is usually a statement of theme. For this question, you are given a possible answer to Question 1 and you have to consider it in creating a one sentence answer to Question 2. Answer to Question 1: Parenting

20 Your response could be one sentence which states a truth about how humans view or “live” respect in their lives that was derived from experiencing the events and interactions in this book. Back to Game Board Theme Determination for 400 Points One way to find theme is to ask two questions: 1. What is this story about? 2. What is the author’s attitude or opinion about your answer to Question 1. The answer to Question 2 is usually a statement of theme. For this question, you are given a possible answer to Question 1 and you have to consider it in creating a one sentence answer to Question 2. Answer to Question 1: Respect

21 Your response could be one sentence which states a truth about the definition of formal or informal education in humans that was derived from experiencing the events and interactions in this book. Back to Game Board Theme Determination for 500 Points One way to find theme is to ask two questions: 1. What is this story about? 2. What is the author’s attitude or opinion about your answer to Question 1. The answer to Question 2 is usually a statement of theme. For this question, you are given a possible answer to Question 1 and you have to consider it in creating a one sentence answer to Question 2. Answer to Question 1: Education

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